Used Nissan X-Trail 2014-present review

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Used Nissan X-Trail (14-present)
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Which used Nissan X-Trail 4x4 should I buy?

When it comes to choosing which engine is best for getting the Nissan X-Trail moving, stick with the 1.6 dCi. While it can feel a bit underpowered with seven on board, it's the most popular unit by far and in manual front-wheel drive form, the most economical.

If you need to go petrol, it’s the 1.6 DiG-T or nothing. This engine is quite economical and certainly more refined than the diesel.

Visia-spec cars come with all the basics such as air conditioning, alloy wheels and cruise control. Acenta trim ups the luxury levels to include dual-zone climate control, front and rear parking sensors and a panoramic glass roof. N-tec adds sat-nav and larger alloy wheels, with the top-of-the-range Tekna getting leather upholstery.

We reckon you may as well stick with the Acenta, because it's still decently equipped and rides better due to its smaller alloy wheels.


Our favourite Nissan X-Trail: 1.6 dCi Acenta


Used Nissan X-Trail (14-present)
Used Nissan X-Trail (14-present)
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