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New 2014 Nissan X Trail Prices

New 2014 Nissan X Trail Prices

You'd be hard pressed to find anyone who disagrees that the Nissan X-Trail qualifies easily as one of best sensibly priced family-orientated 4x4s on the market. It was introduced as a compact crossover utility vehicle in 2001, then remodelled in 2007 to add some refinement, a more illustrious exterior and brand new engines.


Despite these alterations the new 2014 X-Trail retains the smoothness of its drive with a powerful dCi diesel engine and an adaptable interior. The 4x4 factor is very genuine and will come in useful if you often need to tow or need to use it away from the road. All this coupled with Nissan's habitual reputation for reliability makes the X-Trail something of a sector leader.


Nissan possesses an illustrious pedigree when it comes to off-roaders, including the much-admired Patrol. The new X-Trail won't let you down and will traverse the kinds of dirt-roads other pretend off-roaders might turn their noses up at. Four-wheel drive is standard for all models whilst the petrol options of the previous version have been dropped in the UK due to fuel prices. The only options now are 2.0-litre turbo-diesel engines capable of 150 and 173bhp.


The latest X-Trail 2014 model boasts a more than acceptable ground clearance and mechanical parts that will last you the entire lifetime of the car. What makes the X-Trail an enticing specimen is its on-road performance; something for which lesser 4x4s are often left wanting. You can easily own an X-Trail and never once feel the need to leave the luxury of tarmac - although that would be a shame. The top-spec engine can muster an acceleration from zero to 62mph in a mere ten seconds which is something not to be sniffed at.


Internally, the X-Trail has sufficient clearance to let rear-seat passengers sit in comfort, although those with longer legs may find things get a little tight. Those used to the space of say, a Land Rover Freelander may be in for a little bit of a shock, but that's one of the X-Trail's few downers.


Space-wise, the new X-Trail could have been designed to be a little more spacious for a mid-size 4x4 utility vehicle, although practical seating arrangements and fold-aways make for a sizeable boot. If you're looking for a versatile vehicle that's reliable and adaptable, then the X-Trail could just be the right fit. New Nissan X-Trail prices start from around £21,000.

X Trail                                            2014 Prices

NISSAN X-TRAIL

2.0 dCi 173 Acenta 5dr

List Price: £25,595

  • Body Shape: 4x4
  • Gearbox: Manual
  • EC Combined: 44.1
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine CC: 1995
  • C02 (g/km): 168
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NISSAN X-TRAIL

2.0 dCi 173 Tekna 5dr

List Price: £29,995

  • Body Shape: 4x4
  • Gearbox: Manual
  • EC Combined: 44.1
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine CC: 1995
  • C02 (g/km): 168
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NISSAN X-TRAIL

2.0 dCi N-Tec+ 5dr

List Price: £27,595

  • Body Shape: 4x4
  • Gearbox: Manual
  • EC Combined: 44.1
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine CC: 1995
  • C02 (g/km): 168
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NISSAN X-TRAIL

2.0 dCi Tekna 5dr Auto

List Price: £31,700

  • Body Shape: 4x4
  • Gearbox: Automatic
  • EC Combined: 39.8
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine CC: 1995
  • C02 (g/km): 188
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