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The Nissan X-Trail is a large C-segment SUV well-equipped with safety and quality of life features. It’s also spacious with a seven-seat capacity except for the 2.0L 2WD HYBRID variant which has five seats. The X-Trail goes against competitors like the Honda CR-V, Mazda CX-5, and Kia Sorento.
Nissan X-Trail Variants
There are four variants of the Nissan X-Trail in Malaysia powered by a 2.0L and a 2.5L engine. The three variants powered by the 2.0L engine are the Nissan X-Trail 2.0L 2WD, 2WD MID, and HYBRID, while the variant with the 2.5L engine is the 2.5L 4WD.
Nissan X-Trail Pricing
The price of a new Nissan X-Trail in Malaysia starts from RM128,630 for the 2.0L 2WD, RM139,643 for the 2.0L 2WD MID, RM146,731 for the 2.5L 4WD, and RM157,451 for the 2.0L HYBRID.
The Nissan X-Trail is available in five colors; Imperial Umber, Titanium Olive, Diamond Black, Brilliant White, and Tungsten Silver.
The interior of the Nissan X-Trail is largely similar across variants. The steering wheel on the X-Trail is leather-wrapped with a flat bottom with audio, cruise control, and Advanced Drive Assist Display (ADAD) switches. Other interior features include a leather shift knob with shift boot, one-touch turn signal, ECO Mode switch, dual-zone auto climate control with rear air vents, Intelligent Key (i-Key) with push-start ignition, a boot tonneau cover, and Zero-Gravity inspired seats. All variants have leather seat upholstery and a powered driver seat with 8-way adjustable lumbar support except the base 2.0L 2WD variant which has fabric seats and a regular driver seat.
All variants of the Nissan X-Trail in Malaysia get LED auto-leveling headlights except the base 2.0L 2WD which gets manual halogens. However, auto on-off headlights, front and rear fog lights as well LED daytime running lights (DRLs) are available across the range. The higher-spec variants (excluding the 2.0L 2WD) also get a motion-activated power tailgate. Other features standard on all variants are powered foldable and adjustable door mirrors with LED signal lamps as well as a rear wiper with reverse link.
The Nissan X-Trail is a fairly large SUV comparable to its C-segment competitors. It measures 4,690 mm long, 1,820 mm wide, and 1,740 mm tall. Its best-in-class cargo space measures an impressive 660-liters with the rear seats up and 1,520-liters with the rear seats folded flat down. With the seats folded down, it can even feet objects up to 8-feet long.
The infotainment on the X-Trail is controlled on a 7-inch touchscreen display system. It has FM/AM radio, USB, iPod, AUX, Bluetooth, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto connectivity. The 2.0L 2WD and 2WD MID supports CD and MP3 audio while the higher 2.0L 2WD HYBRID and 2.5L 4WD variants have a DVD player with MP3 support. Audio is played through six speakers.
The base 2.0L 2WD and 2.0L 2WD MID variants are powered by a 2.0L 4-cylinder engine with Twin Continuously Variable Valve Timing Control (CVTC) and direct fuel injection. It produces a max power of 144 PS at 6,000 rpm and a max torque of 200 Nm at 4,400 rpm with a fuel economy of 7.4 L/100 km.
The 2.5L 4WD variant is powered by a 2.5L 4-cylinder engine with Twin CVTC. It produces a max power of 171 PS at 6,000 rpm and a max torque of 233 Nm at 4,000 rpm with a fuel economy of 8.19 L/100km.
The 2.0L 2WD HYBRID is powered by the same 2.0L engine as the base variant which is paired with an electric motor. This electric motor produces a max power of 41 PS and max torque of 160 Nm. The fuel economy of this hybrid variant is 6.2 L/100km which is impressive for an SUV this large.
As seen on other Nissan vehicles, the Nissan X-Trail is equipped with the Nissan Intelligent Mobility (NIM) which is Nissan’s Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS), and Nissan Safety Shield 360 which comprises a set of standard safety features.
Looking at the available NIM features, all Nissan X-Trail variants get the Intelligent Around View Monitor with Intelligent Moving Object Detection, Intelligent Ride Control, Intelligent Engine Brake, and Intelligent Trace Control. Available on all variants except the base 2.0L 2WD are Lane Departure Warning, Blind Spot Warning, and Rear Cross Traffic Alert. The higher-spec 2.0L HYBRID and 2.5L 4WD variants get additional features which are the Intelligent Forward Collision Warning with Intelligent Forward Emergency Braking, Intelligent Cruise Control, and High Beam Assist.
Features included in the Nissan Safety Shield 360 which are standard on all variants include Active Brake Limited Slip (ABLS), Hill Start Assist (HSA), front seat belt with load limiters and pre-tensioners, 3-point Emergency Locking Restraint (ELR) seat belts for all seats, as well as ISOFIX child seat anchors. The base 2.0L 2WD variant gets four airbags while the rest gets six. Additionally, the 2.5L 4WD variant gets rain-sensing wipers.
The Nissan X-Trail is a worthy contender in the C-segment SUV market with its seven-seat capacity, hybrid powertrain option, and extensive safety features. It also has a commanding and somewhat sporty look which gives it a more upmarket look. All these contribute in making the X-Trail a solid choice for buyers looking for a stylish, feature-packed family SUV.