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  • 2020 Nissan X-Trail
    RM 1,361/Month RM 128,630

Key Highlights

Handsome looking Smooth CVT Around View Monitor (bird's eye) is great help
Active Ride Control reduces body movement, improve ride comfort Third-row seat useful for short trips 5-year, unlimited mileage

Overview

The X-Trail is Nissan’s much liked SUV that is currently in its third generation. Since its introduction, it has grown into a well-rounded and very handsome thing, bringing the fight more than ever to Honda’s CR-V and the Mazda CX-5, and the newly introduced Mitsubishi Outlander.

Buyers of the X-Trail are offered a choice between two mechanical configurations – a 2.0-litre petrol direct injection engine (144 PS, 200 Nm) powering only the front wheels, or a 2.5-litre port injection engine ( 171 PS, 233 Nm) sending traction to all fours. Whichever way you choose, Nissan’s Xtronic CVT with 7-virtual range is the default transmission.

Prices start at RM137,000 and RM159,200 for the 2.0- and 2.5-litre models respectively, and there is very little in the way of equipment that separate the two variants. Passive safety equipment of just 2 airbags are standardized across the range, as are Around View Monitor (AVM), keyless entry, auto headlamps with LED DRL, cruise control, and steering-mounted controls.

The 2.5-litre 4WD comes with the intelligent All-Mode 4x4. All-Mode 4x4-i has three modes – 2WD, Auto, and Lock. On roads, 2WD is more than sufficient but when you do take the vehicle off-road, the system will regulate the power sent between the front and rear wheels up to a 50:50 split in Auto mode. The high resolution multi info display also displays the torque split in real-time.  

Lock mode, as the name suggests, locks the centre coupling to deliver a fixed 50:50 torque to the front and rear axle. This is useful when the driving conditions require more rear-wheel grip, such as ascending or descending steep slopes. The Lock mode is also required to activate the Hill Descent Control (HDC) function, which controls the brakes and AWD to gently descend down steep slopes. 

ETCM offers a few packages to enhance the exterior look of the X-Trail range, namely the Aero Edition, the IMPUL package and the latest addition, the X-Tremer. 

Learn more :

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Nissan X-Trail 2.5 and Renault Koleos - Same engine, that's about it 

Nissan X-Trail : 5-star ASEAN NCAP safety rating

Review : Nissan X-Trail 2.5 4WD vs 2014 Honda CR-V 2.4 4WD 

Quick Review : Nissan X-Trail 2.0 and 2.5

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Key Details

  • Body Type: SUV
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Engine Capacity: 1997 cc - 2488 cc
  • Fuel Type: petrol/hybrid
  • Seat Capacity: 5 - 7
  • Price: RM 128,630 - RM 157,451

Key Details

  • Body Type: SUV
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Engine Capacity: 1997 cc - 2488 cc
  • Fuel Type: petrol/hybrid
  • Seat Capacity: 5 - 7
  • Price: RM 128,630 - RM 157,451

Reviews

  • Kon

    20 Oct 2017

    2015 Nissan X-Trail T32 – Reviving a Fallen Hero

    Amidst the current popularity of SUVs among private owners, it is worth remembering that Nissan was one of the early car makers to have ventured into the idea of turning a previously robust and utilitarian class of vehicle into something sufficiently refined for family usage.

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User Review of Nissan X-Trail

4.0 Very Good
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Showing 23 reviews sorted by Latest Year
5 Excellent
Hannah
Owner of 2020 Nissan X-Trail

child friendly, family car, suitable in any event.

comfortable long distance driving, more safety features provided in daily driving routine, value for money, fuel economy consumption, spacious space for a family. - Less
1 person found this helpful
2 Fair
Derrick
Owner of 2018 Nissan X-Trail

Mediocre car that's lacking of key features.

The car firstly, is very fuel consuming and heavy. The driving dynamics is unnatural and dull. Gearshifts aren't smooth and it's very slow in manual shifting. Safety wise, it's very far behind the competitors in its class with only a minimal amount of airbags and no active safety features at the time of purchase. Exterior design is alright but the interior design is horrendous with subpar infotainment system that's a plague to use. Interior chrome finishing is punishing under bright sunlight and overall fit and finish isn't very good. Too many plastic bits and pieces everywhere. Plus points for the size and space. Seats are firm but bearable. - Less
1 person found this helpful
4 Very Good
SHUHAIRI
Owner of 2017 Nissan X-Trail

The best SUV

Pemanduan yang terbaik serta penjimatan minimum. - Less
4 Very Good
Hanif
Owner of 2016 Nissan X-Trail

Worth it every penny

Good to own it either you drive at city or village. - Less
4 Very Good
Kevin
Owner of 2016 Nissan X-Trail

Simply a fine car. Fuel economy is very well!

Performance and engine (2016 X Trail 2.0) Overall the performance is just okay if you intend to push it at highways - you make about 2.5-3k RPM at 130-140km/h. Noise level is high with the CVT gearbox. Occasionally experienced 'loses' of the torque power during the transmissions. Interior: Can be considered luxurious in this segment, though better thigh support becomes a necessity when taking a long journey drive (North to South bound distance) - the seats are comfortable enough for the front driver and passenger, but the rear will enjoy very far less in longer journey. The infotainment system is very easy to use and it always connects without a fail - I find this to be very convenient especially in day-to-day drive. Handling: Although it has chassis control, a noticeable body roll is experienced when turning at relatively sharp bends. Not meant to be driven as a semi-performance SUV. Best experience: FUEL ECONOMY In full tank (60+ litres), I am able to do 620km in city drives and nearing 730km on highways with average speed of 110km/h and occasional 'speeding' at 130-140km/h. As such, you're looking at about average 7-8 litres/100km or 6-7 litres/100km. The 730km is able to be pushed to its maximum at 780km according to the fuel warning which is mostly very accurate. Major issue: 1. Gearbox faulty at 35,000km. Claimed under warranty otherwise RM 13,000 to 15,000. - Less
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