About Nissan X-Trail
Nissan has made some big improvements to the X-Trail SUV, delivering more passenger space, better cabin quality and excellent safety features. It’s still as practical as ever, too, while family buyers should find the X-Trail comfortable enough and easy to use every day. It is a bigger car than before, which may deter some, and higher prices at the top end of the range spoil the X-Trail’s ability to challenge its close rivals. However, the real sticking point for both private buyers and business users is that the efficiency of Nissan’s e-Power setup is not as good as it should be. When you examine the numbers, it doesn’t stack up well enough against more conventional competition.