Ten Second Review
Nissan X-Trail Lease Review - This crossover SUV packs a surprising 57 miles per gallon into its 1.6 litre engine while offering 236 foot pounds of torque and still being kind to the environment. It’s helped by a six speed manual transmission or an automatic that fits together well with the engine.
It also has the ability to seat seven people in a comfortable interior that can take you into the city for the opera or off-roading on the weekend thanks to its All Mode 4X4 that you can activate by a cabin switch. Active Ride Control means you have a nice smooth ride regardless of the road conditions. Bluetooth comes standard for easy control inside the cabin.
Smaller than the popular Nissan Pathfinder, the X-Trail still offers you a lot of the same features, even though the Visia is the entry level model. The interior is roomy with a longer wheelbase than older models for more room even in the rear seats. If you need more room in the boot, you can easily fold the third row down.
Air conditioning is standard as are six airbags in the cabin. A luggage compartment can be divided into top and bottom for easy organisation and the tailgate has a remote option for easy access.