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The Nissan X-Trail, a versatile seven-seater SUV, has been a trailblazer in the automotive industry since its launch in 2000. Boasting a perfect blend of ruggedness and sophistication, the X-Trail has captured the hearts of adventure-seekers and urban commuters alike. With its spacious interior, intelligent features, and reliable performance, the X-Trail has remained a popular choice for families and outdoor enthusiasts over the years.
Equipped with advanced safety technologies and a range of modern amenities, including four-wheel-drive (4WD) in certain variants, the Nissan X-Trail offers a smooth driving experience on varying terrain. While some international markets get the latest-generation T33 X-Trail, Malaysia still has the T32 X-Trail which was launched here in 2015. The X-Trail competes against SUVs like the Honda CR-V, Subaru Forester, and Mazda CX-5.
Here are the specifications of the Nissan X-Trail in Malaysia:
No matter which variant you choose, the Nissan X-Trail offers a spacious, comfortable cabin and a safe ride. Here are the available variants of the Nissan X-Trail available in Malaysia:
The Nissan X-Trail has an ANCAP five-star safety rating thanks to its long list of safety features including ADAS (advanced driver assistance system) features. Here are the top safety features on a Nissan X-Trail.
Here are the prices of a new Nissan in X-Trail in Malaysia according to variants:
Here are the estimated prices of a used Nissan X-Trail in Malaysia according to generations:
Here are the price ranges of a used Nissan X-Trail according to the most popular model years in Malaysia.
Regular servicing is vital to ensure your Nissan X-trail functions optimally and doesn’t encounter unexpected breakdowns. You can get your X-Trail car serviced at authorized Nissan service centers throughout Malaysia which you can find here.
The recommended service schedule for a Nissan X-Trail is every 5,000 km or every three months. This general service involves important checks and replacement of the engine oil, oil filter, and oil pan washer. You can find the service schedule and pricing for your Nissan X-Trail here.
Alternatively, if your Perodua Axia warranty has expired, consider visiting a CARSOME Service Center for transparent, and high-quality service at competitive prices.
You can buy a second-hand Nissan X-Trail at any used car dealer. Alternatively, you can find one on reputable online car platforms such as CARSOME. On the vehicle listing page on CARSOME, you can check the mileage, inspection report, and close-up images of the car. You can even use the filter on our website to filter for cars available at your nearest CARSOME Experience Center (EC) to make it easier for you to visit for a test drive.
If you prefer, you can also walk into your nearest EC to enquire about a Nissan X-Trail or any car you’re interested in. Make sure you conduct thorough research and inspection of a particular car before you purchase it.
The road tax for a Nissan X-Trail in Malaysia depends on a number of factors including its engine capacity and ownership type. Here are the road tax prices for a Nissan X-Trail in Malaysia according to its engine type:
The insurance of a car is calculated based on the market price of the car, coverage type, location, engine capacity, and your No Claims Discount (NCD). The insurance for a used five-year-old Nissan X-Trail 2.0L 2WD without NCD is around RM2,471* yearly.
*Based on estimations of used car prices.
Despite being a large SUV, the Nissan X-Trail has a relatively low fuel consumption. Here are the estimated fuel consumptions based on the engine variants:
Compared to the Nissan X-Trail, the Subaru Forester is slightly smaller with five seats and a boot capacity of 505 L. It has a 2.0 L four-cylinder boxer engine that outputs 156 PS and 196 Nm making it comparable to a 2.0 L variant of the Nissan X-Trail. While the X-Trail offers excellent comfort on the road, the Subaru Forester handles better thanks to its low center of gravity, symmetrical AWD (all-wheel-drive), and double wishbone suspension. The X-Trail and Forester are almost evenly matched when it comes to safety as both have plenty of passive, active, and ADAS safety features.
The Mitsubishi ASX is considerably smaller SUV with a length that’s 395 mm and width that’s 50 mm shorter than that of the Nissan X-Trail. It also has a smaller boot with a capacity of 358 L. Its 2.0 L engine produces 150 PS and 197 Nm, which when coupled with its more compact size gives it more agile driving characteristics. Like the X-trail, the ASX also has both 2WD and 4WD options. In terms of safety, the Nissan X-Trail wins as the Mitsubishi ASX doesn’t have ADAS safety features.
Unlike the more versatile Nissan X-Trail, the Proton X70 is available with 2WD and AWD which are geared for the road which means it isn’t suited for off-road driving. While it only has five seats, it’s still very practical thanks to its large, 515 L boot. The Proton X70 also puts out similar power with options of a 1.5 L engine producing 177 PS and 255 Nm, and a 1.8 L engine producing 184 PS and 300 Nm. The comfort and cabin refinement of the X70 is on par, and in some areas, even exceeds that of the X-Trail. It even has ADAS features such as hill descent control (HDC), adaptive cruise control (ACC), and more, making it an excellent value proposition over the X-Trail.
All CARSOME Certified cars are quality assured through a stringent 175-point inspection and professional refurbishment. Additionally, each used Nissan X-Trail comes with a fixed price with no hidden fees, five-day money-back guarantee, and one-year warranty.