The Nissan X-Trail is okay, but there are rivals with better handling, comfort, interior space and infotainment systems for similar or less moneyread the full model review
N-Connecta brings a 7.0in touchscreen with sat-nav and additional safety assist features, such as automatic emergency braking, lane departure warning and traffic sign recognition. You also get 18in alloys wheels, front and rear parking sensors, a bird’s-eye-view parking camera, keyless entry and start, as well as a hands-free power tailgate. It's our pick.
If you’re going to be towing often or regularly have all seven seats filled, this engine will certainly give you more low-end pulling power, but it’s not that much faster than the 1.6 dCi and is less efficient. If you don’t plan on filling the X-Trail to the brim with people and luggage, you probably won’t feel the benefit.