2023 Nissan X-Trail Ti-L (4WD) e-POWER (HYBRID) Price and Spec

    Nissan X-Trail 2023

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    Overview

    The 2023 Nissan X-Trail Ti-L (4WD) e-POWER (HYBRID) is a four wheel drive 4 Door Wagon that was released to the Australian market on 8th January 2022 classified as a T33 MY23. The Nissan X-Trail is regarded as a SUV medium built in Japan with prices from a dealer as a used car starting at $56,500.

    The Nissan X-Trail is a four wheel drive 4 door with 5 seats, powered by a 1.5L Turbo 3 Cylinder engine that has 157 kW of power (at 4600 rpm) and 250 Nm of torque (at 2400 rpm) via a 1 Speed Automatic. Nissan claims the X-Trail Ti-L (4WD) e-POWER (HYBRID) uses 6.1L/100km of electric/pulp in the combined city and highway cycle while putting out 139g of CO2.

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    Best For
    Driving the family
    Driving the family
    Long distance driving
    Long distance driving
    Warranty
    5Years
    or
    unlimited km
    Fuel Efficiency
    55L902km
    4 Door Wagon
    electric/pulp
    1.5L
    4WD
    1 AT
    5
    4
    Score
    8.2
    Overall
    Cost of Ownership7.0
    Ride Comfort8.2
    Fit for Purpose8.5
    Handling Dynamics8.0
    Interior Practicality and Space8.5
    Fuel Efficiency8.5
    Value for Money7.5
    Performance8.3
    Technology Infotainment8.0
    Pros & Cons
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    William Stopford drove this car and these were their findings:

    Hits

    • Smooth powertrain
    • Nicely appointed cabin
    • Well-rounded dynamics

    Misses

    • Adaptive cruise control can be dopey
    • Panoramic sunroof eats into headroom
    • No third-row option
    Dimensions
    1725mm
    1840mm
    4680mm
    Specifications

    TypeElectric & Turbo Direct Fuel Injection

    Transmission1 Speed Automatic

    Fuel Combined (L/100km)6.1

    Brake FrontDISC - VENTILATED

    Vehicle Height (mm)1725

    Compliance Plate LocationDriver Side B-Pillar

    ANCAP Rating5

    Frequently Asked Questions

    The average single garage in Australia measures 3.5m wide, 6m long, and 2.1m tall. The Nissan X-Trail Ti-L (4WD) e-POWER (HYBRID) measures 1.84m wide, 4.68m long, and 1.73m tall.

    The Nissan X-Trail Ti-L (4WD) e-POWER (HYBRID) DOESN'T have Apple CarPlay and Android Auto fitted.

    The Nissan X-Trail Ti-L (4WD) e-POWER (HYBRID) has 5 seats as standard.

    According to CarExpert data, you could wait up to 31 days for a Nissan X-Trail Ti-L (4WD) e-POWER (HYBRID). We can help you get in touch with a dealer about the Nissan X-Trail Ti-L (4WD) e-POWER (HYBRID)

    The Nissan X-Trail Ti-L (4WD) e-POWER (HYBRID) uses electric/pulp.

    A price before on-road costs doesn't include fees such as stamp duty, registration, and dealer delivery. It’s not the final price you will pay; that price will vary from state-to-state and dealer-to-dealer.

    A drive-away price includes all relevant government and dealer charges. What you see is what you’ll pay.

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