NISSAN X-Trail 1.7 dCi 150 Acenta Premium 4WD CVT Add to compare

  • OTR £33,210
  • Not eligible for OLEV grant
  • Diesel, SUV
  • 1749cc (1.8 litre), Continuously Variable, 5 door
NGC
53
EST.
MPG
47
WLTP
CO2
197
WLTP

NISSAN X-Trail review

NGC verdict 10.06.2014

Nissan can't be blamed for hoping some Qashqai magic will rub off on the X-Trail now it looks like it's from the same family. The X-Trail has kept its name because market research showed it to be well known and respected.

The new X-Trail is a big advance over its predecessor and more practical than a Qashqai but it is easy to be seduced into expensive, high spec models with gadgets and technology you don't really need.

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Fuel
Economy

Official MPG
47 mpg
WLTP
Real MPG
33 mpg
WLTP
Fuel cost
27 p/mile
Fuel: 196 p/litre

Vehicle
Emissions

Official CO2
197
g/km
WLTP
Euro Std
6 euro
NOx:52 mg/km
NGC Ratings
72GHG
AQ26
0 least polluting

Vehicle
Taxation

First Year
£2015
WLTP
Standard
£165
WLTP
BIK rate
37%
2022/23

NISSAN X-Trail 1.7 dCi 150 Acenta Premium 4WD CVT key information

  • Practicality
    5 door, 5 seats
  • Engine Size
    1749cc (1.7 litre)
  • Transmission
    Continuously Variable
  • Engine Power
    148 HP / 150 PS
  • Acceleration 0-60
    12.7 seconds
  • Top Speed
    118 mph / 190 kph
  • NCAP Safety Rating
  • Congestion Charge
    No Discount

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Date Updated:23rd Jun 2022

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