The modelRead full Nissan X-Trail review
As large SUVs go, the X-Trail is a spacious, comfortable and quiet cruiser, with the option of seven seats. The e-Power hybrid system brings smooth driving manners, if not miraculous fuel economy figures. The main issue is that for similar money there are plenty of rivals that are better at being a seven-seat SUV, offering even more space and versatility.
The trimSee full equipment
If you’re after luxuries, Tekna is the first place that you want to look. This trim adds larger 19in alloy wheels, a power tailgate, a head-up display, heated front and rear seats, electronically adjustable front seats with memory function and 40/20/40 split-folding rear seats. It’s expensive, though, and hard to recommend.
The engineSee full engine specs
Despite being the most powerful version of the X-Trail and officially sprinting from 0-62mph in 7.0sec, the E-Power E-4orce doesn’t feel all that fast. It has plenty of oomph to get you up to speed on a motorway slip road, but we don’t think the power and grip benefits are really worth the extra investment.
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