Nissan X-Trail
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Latest Owner Review

Date Reviewed
6 March 2018
Performance
Handling
Comfort
Safety
Space
Value
Kevin
2.0 2WD (2013)
Bought new, Owned for 2 Years
Fuel Economy: 10.7 km/litre (9.3 L/100 km), RON95, Mileage: 700 km/month
    -Exterior looks very muscular and sharp
    -Very fuel efficient, even when the engine is pushed hard
    -CVT gearbox doesn't feel like a CVT; in that it has artificial shift points within the rev range and as a result, the "rubber band" effect of conventional CVTs is less evident. You effectively have the best of both worlds- the smooth, crisp acceleration that a CVT provides, along with comparable levels of engine refinement that comes with a Torque converter or Dual Cluth transmission
    - High speed ride is very composed
    -Fit and finish is average, but quality of materials is unacceptable! The plastics feel very low rent, sharp and scratchy. The leather seats feel and smell like industrial waste. The way the leather seats are stitched is also very poor.
    - Steering feels very artificial and dead off-centre
    - Hideous 17" wheels
    - 2.0 model is absolutely devoid of features- Projector headlamps, manual seats, Tiny, non-touch compatible screen (infotainment system is an optional extra), no sunroof, conventional central rear view mirror(non electrochromic), front parking sensors etc
    - Speaking of a lack of features....just 2 airbags in a 7 seater starting at RM140k is disraceful.
    - Low speed ride is very crashy
    - Rolls immensely through the bends, even at speeds well below what is considered average
    - Tyre roar at speed is deafening
    - Speaking of tyre roar, if the car had good speakers, the noise could have been drowned out. Unfortunately, the speakers are well below industry standards. Once you're above 120km/h, you can forget about listening to your favourite tunes or having a conversation with your passengers.
    - Parcel shelf is a faff to use... poorly designed and heavy.
    - Rear 2 seats are a total gimmick to push sales. Even children struggle back there.
    -The boot lacks clever solutions. Simple things like being able to drop the second row seats from the boot are industry standards not met by Nissan.
    - Car comes equipped as standard with 360 degree cameras, but they are so low res, it begs the question; what's the point?
To improve
- Interior quality and fit and finish
- NVH levels at speed
- Speaker quality
- List of standard features, both for safety and otherwise
- Improve handling prowess
No, I would not recommend this car

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