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Nissan X-Trail
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Nissan X-Trail Pricing and Specs

2022 price from
$30,665*

The Nissan X-TRAIL is available from $30,665 to $46,115 for the 2022 SUV across a range of models.

Nissan's X-Trail mid-size SUV often finds itself mixing with the best-sellers in its segment, and at least part of that popularity comes down to the wide variety of flavours it's offered in. Given a handsome makeover in 2014, the X-Trail is offered in five or seven seat configurations, with buyers also able to opt for front- or four-wheel drive and a choice between petrol or diesel engines. But given its diminutive dimensions, those with a third row of seats will find space a little tighter than in a dedicated seven seat vehicle, while those who opt for a five seater will trade those two extra seats for improved boot space.

The X-Trail ST (2WD) starts off at $30,665, while the range-topping, X-Trail TI (4WD) TAN Leather is priced at $46,115.

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Year Price From Price To
2022 $30,665 $46,115
2021 $22,800 $50,160
2020 $20,400 $46,090
2019 $20,700 $42,790
2018 $18,600 $37,400
2017 $16,000 $34,100
2016 $14,700 $29,040
2015 $13,300 $26,620
2014 $8,400 $22,440
2013 $7,700 $18,920
2012 $8,000 $17,820
2011 $7,400 $16,390
2010 $6,500 $14,960
2009 $4,300 $13,090
2008 $5,400 $11,770
2007 $4,100 $9,460
2006 $2,600 $8,690
2005 $2,100 $7,040
2004 $2,000 $6,710
2003 $2,000 $6,710
2002 $2,400 $6,600
2001 $2,400 $5,940

Nissan X-TRAIL FAQs

Check out real-world situations relating to the Nissan X-TRAIL here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.

  • What car should I buy to tow a trailer?

    While turbo-diesels aren’t perfect for everybody, when it comes to towing trailers, they do a pretty impressive job. The combination of a torquey diesel engine with an automatic transmission is a pretty handy one when you have a decent sized trailer hooked up. The caveat with a modern diesel, however, is that if most of your driving is urban running about, then the diesel is probably not for you. That’s because the emissions system on a modern diesel (the particulate filter) needs regular longer runs at freeway speeds to avoid giving trouble. But if, as you say, you tow a trailer often, then that should provide the load on the engine the diesel requires to remain trouble-free.

    The good news is that the dominance of the SUV right now means that just about every car-maker has a mid-sized SUV in its showrooms right now. So really, you’re spoiled for choice. I’m not surprised the X-Trail is found a bit wanting at times; even brand-new, that version of the petrol-engined X-Trail could feel a bit underdone. You’ll be amazed at how good newer vehicles have become.

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  • How can I fix a faulty clock spring in a 2012 Nissan X-Trail?

    The clock-spring is the electrical linkage that connects the driver’s air-bag and everything else that lives on the steering wheel (cruise-control, stereo controls and more in a modern vehicle) with the rest of the car. The clock-spring is needed to allow the steering wheel to turn while maintaining those electrical contacts.

    It’s quite a common thing to have to replace and will probably cost a few hundred dollars to have a workshop do the job.

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  • Nissan X-Trail diesel problems

    The biggest complaint from owners of the earlier X-Trail turbo-diesel was a lack of low-down torque which gave the car a lazy feel when accelerating from rest. Nissan actually issued a Technical Service Bulletin (like a recall, but for a non-safety related issue) to reflash the turbo-diesel’s computer to increase boost pressure at low revs and give the car a livelier feel.

    But like many modern turbo-diesels, the X-Trail has also been the victim of Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) problems where the engine never gets hot enough to cause the DPF to self-regenerate. The bottom line is that if you don’t drive the car at freeway speeds for at least 20 minutes once every few weeks, you could be setting the DPF up to fail. Replacing the DPF is a costly business, too, so make sure that your intended use for the vehicle fits with its mechanical requirements.

    A diesel engine is also often more costly to own and maintain thanks to higher-cost, more frequent servicing that can easily offset the diesel’s lower fuel consumption compared with a petrol engine. Urban owners are drifting away from diesel powerplants and back to petrol engines, and that, frankly, makes a lot of sense.

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