Nissan / Nissan X-Trail-i 25 CVT
|Nissan||n/a||212HP (165 kW) @ 0 rpm|
|Nissan 1-Tonner 2400 Hi-Rider||manual||95HP (70 kW) @ 4500 rpm|
|Nissan 1-Tonner V6 4X4 Patrol||manual||150HP (110 kW) @ 4800 rpm|
|Nissan 211||manual||94HP (69 kW) @ 4800 rpm|
|Nissan C 52||Automatic||105HP (77 kW) @ 6000 rpm|
|Nissan CQ-X||Automatic||279HP (205 kW) @ 6800 rpm|
|Nissan DS-2 Sedan||manual||94HP (69 kW) @ 4800 rpm|
|Nissan El Grand 3.3||Manual||105HP (77 kW) @ 6000 rpm|
|Nissan Ideo||Automatic||155HP (114 kW) @ 6400 rpm|
|Nissan Pino E Automatic||automatic||53HP (39 kW) @ 6500 rpm|
|Nissan Pino E Four Automatic||automatic||53HP (39 kW) @ 6500 rpm|
|Nissan Pino S Automatic||automatic||53HP (39 kW) @ 6500 rpm|
|Nissan Pino S Four||manual||53HP (39 kW) @ 6500 rpm|
|Nissan Pino S Four Automatic||automatic||53HP (39 kW) @ 6500 rpm|
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The Nissan x_trail i25 cvt- the best value SUV
The Nissan x_trail i25 cvt was supplemented to Nissan's off street range in 2001 and is certain thing of an unsung hero. It is a compact 4x4 with functional boxy lines. Dynamically, the X-trail drives large on-road making it better choice than rivaling BMW X3 or Volvo X360. The X-Trail is the best option for those looking for a dependable yet delightful 4X4 car. It also returns a large worth for money in terms with bountiful benchmark kit and powerful resale values. The overall gaze of the Nissan x_trail continues the same since 2001 apart from the light fine-tunes it received in 2007, but the x_trail doesn't really need any change in conceive as it is a victorious equation that still feels new and has assisted the Japanese constructor flourish through the off road vehicle market.
Specifications of the vehicle
Having said that the dashboard looks a bit odd with centrally fitted computer display which looks like a substandard after market accessory, the X-Trail is powered by a 148bhp 2.0litre and 171bhp 2.0litre diesels mated with a six speed manual gearbox. The gearbox is glossy but it drives a bit firm and on motorways there is an allotment of road noise. Having said that, it performs large on the bends thanks to the firm set-up giving it an brim over the farming Land Rover Free lander. The x_trail's appetite for revs makes it an amusing vehicle to drive. Although, like other Nissans, the x_trail is furthermore not the best at stopping and takes 62.6 metre to stop when brakes are applied at 70mph, the rivaling Kia Sorrento (larger in size) does the identical in 52.6 metres.
The x_trail brag 603 litres of boot space which can be advanced to 1,773litres on bending the seats, that is 100 litres more than the rivaling free lander which is larger in sizes. There is abounding of legroom for the passengers at the back and cabin boasts a gigantic glove box and items of cubbyholes. The driver relishes a comfortable position thanks to highly adjustable chair and guiding wheel. All of these make long journeys very simple for both the person driving and the travelers. The x-trail returns fuel finances of 44.1mpg which is on a par with its rivals. However, it enjoys high residual standards as contrasted to its competitors plus the kit levels are outstanding. The games type gets a sunroof, Bluetooth connectivity and CD changer. All of these features blend to make the Nissan x_trail i25 cvt an appealing package for buyers.
The X-Trail managed to tally only four out of five stars in Euro NCAP smash into test ranking, which is same as the Toyota RAV4 but one star less than the Land Rover Free lander. Although, the standard security gear includes six airbags, Antilock Braking scheme and electronic steadiness command. The four wheel or two wheel propel can be selected with a feel of a button that adds to the driver's confidence. Nissan vehicles have a strong reputation for reliability and the x_trail has presented really well in proprietor approval surveys. It completed ninth in Auto Express Driver Power review.