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Nissan X-Trail 2014
EngineIn-line four-cylinder
Displacement, (bore * stroke)1598 cm³ (80,0 mm * 79,5 mm)
Compression ratio15,4 : 1
Torque320 Nm at 1750 rpm
Performance96 kW (130 HP) at 4000 rpm
CO2 emission129-139 g/km
Drive trainFront engine, transversal, all-wheel drive (optional)
TransmissionSix-speed, manual, CVT (option)
Front suspensionMcPherson
Rear suspensionMultilink
BrakesDisc-brakes, front ventilated
Wheels225/65 R 17 (7") up to
225/55 R 19 (7")
Wheelbase2.705 mm
Turning circle11.200 mm
Length4.640 mm
Width1.820 mm
Height1.710 mm
Tank capacity60 litres
Load volume550-1982 litres
Payload435-640 kg
Kerb weight1575 - 1690 kg
Top speed180-188 km/h
Purchase price31,250 euros
Year of manufactureFrom 2014

Juke, Qashqai and X-Trail, this is the enhancement in Nissan's crossover division. The term 4x4 is reserved for the Pathfinder and Navara, although there is all-wheel drive for the first three mentioned, too. Thus the X-Trail is the longest, with additional 27 centimetres to the Qashqai, significantly less in the wheelbase.

So one may expect on this model really generous amount of space, particularly in the luggage compartment (with double bottom). The pictures above give a little insight into the variability of the rear seat bench. There are even possible two additional seats. The offer on the relatively high rear seat bench not quite the expected headroom.

What can be commended at the comfort, one has to criticize on the drive. 320 Nm of torque sounds really convincing, but it is not in a vehicle of at least 1.7 meters in height. Here, 1.6 liters have to do an audible effort despite turbocharger. Otherwise, you can hardly complain about the suitability for long distances.

Comparing the all-wheel drive with of the Jeep, then you need to make no thoughts about the challenges of underground in the X-Trail. The electronics detects itself which actions must be taken against spinning wheels. The control of the continuously variable transmission and an electronically controlled damping assist. 09/14               Top of page               Index
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