2023 Nissan X-Trail price and specs

The new Nissan X-Trail will be priced between $36,750 and $52,990 before on-roads when it arrives shortly, with five- and seven-seat options.


The long-awaited fourth-generation Nissan X-Trail will finally arrive in Australia in the fourth quarter of this year, priced from $36,750 before on-road costs.

Landing more than two years after it was revealed globally in US-market form, the new X-Trail promises to be a huge improvement on its long-serving predecessor model that remains one of Australia’s most popular SUVs.

Prices are up – what else did you expect in 2022? – but so too are the levels of technology, and the design is notably more contemporary. Indeed, Nissan refers to the new X-Trail as its “most advanced SUV to date”.

Nissan will offer four spec grades and both front- and all-wheel drive for its competitor to the Toyota RAV4Mazda CX-5, Mitsubishi Outlander (which shares its underpinnings), Kia Sportage, Hyundai Tucson and Subaru Forester.

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The two base grades, ST and ST-L, come as standard with front-wheel drive (2WD) and five seats. Each has the option of all-wheel drive (AWD) and seven seats for about $3000 extra combined. There are no seven-seat, 2WD grades any more.

The flagship Ti and Ti-L grades are all AWD by default, but only come with five seats. Confused?

2023 Nissan X-Trail pricing

  • Nissan X-Trail ST 2WD five-seat: $36,750 (Up $4085)
  • Nissan X-Trail ST AWD seven-seat: $39,790 (Up $5125)
  • Nissan X-Trail ST-L 2WD five-seat: $43,190 (Up $4515)
  • Nissan X-Trail ST-L 4WD seven-seat: $46,290 (Up $5615)
  • Nissan X-Trail Ti AWD five-seat: $49,990 (Up $3875)
  • Nissan X-Trail Ti-L AWD five-seat: $52,990 (New grade)

Prices before on-road costs, drive-away prices depend on postcode. With a Melbourne postcode they varied between $40,300 and $57,300.


There’s just the one engine available: a 2.5-litre naturally aspirated petrol four-cylinder producing 135kW of power and 6000rpm and 244Nm at 3600rpm.

Those outputs are up 9kW and 18Nm over the old model, and towing capacity is up by 500kg to 2000kg braked.

The new ‘multi-mode’ on-demand AWD option has selectable Eco, Standard and Sport modes plus five different traction modes and algorithms to prime the drivetrain and stability control for bitumen, dirt, ice and snow. There’s also a hill-descent control function.

Fuel economy

No official figure is available. The closely related Mitsubishi Outlander uses between 7.5 litres per 100km and 8.1L/100km depending on spec grade with the same engine.

The fuel tank is 55L.

Next year, the X-Trail e-Power hybrid will arrive, reducing fuel use.

Dimensions and chassis

Underneath the entirely redesigned body, the X-Trail uses the same Renault-Nissan Alliance CMF-C platform as the new Mitsubishi Outlander, which hit the market last year.

Suspension is independent at each end, with stabiliser bars. The power steering system is electric.

  • Length: 4680mm
  • Width: 2065mm
  • Height: 1725mm
  • Wheelbase: 2705mm
  • Turning circle: 11.1m
  • Kerb weights: 1540kg – 1672kg

Servicing and warranty

Nissan Australia provides a five-year unlimited warranty. Capped-price servicing details are still to come.


An ANCAP crash rating is still to come.

Standard features in all grades

  • Autonomous emergency braking (AEB)
  • AEB with pedestrian and cyclist detection
  • AEB with junction assist
  • Reverse AEB with pedestrian detection
  • Blind-spot assist
  • Lane-keep assist and departure warning
  • Traffic sign recognition
  • Automatic high-beam
  • Adaptive cruise control
  • Front-centre airbag

Standard on ST-L and above

  • ProPILOT active lane-centring function

Standard equipment

Nissan X-Trail ST

  • FWD and five seats
  • LED head- and tail-lights
  • 17-inch alloy wheels
  • Auto-folding, heated mirrors
  • Roof rails
  • Reversing camera
  • Rear parking sensors
  • 8.0-inch touchscreen
  • 4 x USB points
  • Apple CarPlay and Android Auto
  • 7.0-inch TFT cluster display
  • Fabric seats
  • All-wheel drive & seven seats – optional extra

Nissan X-Trail ST-L adds

  • FWD and five seats
  • Privacy glass
  • 18-inch alloy wheels
  • Front parking sensors
  • Surround-view camera
  • Dual-zone climate control
  • Synthetic leather-accented seats
  • Heated front seats
  • Power driver’s seat
  • Leather-wrapped steering wheel
  • Auto-dimming rear mirror
  • Sliding rear seats, 40:20:40 folding
  • ‘Divide-N-Hide’ cargo area system
  • All-wheel drive & seven seats – optional extra

Nissan X-Trail Ti adds

  • AWD and five seats
  • 19-inch alloy wheels
  • Panoramic sunroof
  • Power tailgate
  • Adaptive driving beam
  • Digital rear-view mirror
  • Rain-sensing wipers
  • Tri-zone climate control
  • Real leather-accented seats
  • 12.3-inch touchscreen infotainment system
  • Satellite navigation
  • Wireless phone charger
  • Wireless Apple CarPlay
  • 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster
  • 10.8-inch projecting head-up display
  • Two-tone black painted roof – optional extra

Nissan X-Trail Ti-L adds

  • Hands-free power tailgate
  • Remote engine start
  • Heated steering wheel
  • Quilted Nappa leather upholstery
  • Driver’s memory seat presets
  • Heated second row outboard seats
  • Rear sunshades
  • Ambient interior lighting
  • Side mirrors with tilt-to-reverse
  • Bose 10-speaker sound system
  • Two-tone black painted roof – optional extra


The higher grades have more colour options. The whole list comprises:

  • Solid White
  • Brilliant Silver
  • Champagne Silver
  • Ivory Pearl
  • Gun Metallic
  • Ceramic Grey
  • Caspian Blue
  • Scarlet Ember
  • Diamond Black
  • Sunset Orange two-tone
  • Ceramic grey two-tone
  • Ivory Pearl two-tone
  • Caspian Blue two-tone

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