Nissan X-Trail Comparison

    The 2024 Nissan X-Trail sees no changes from 2023, and continues with its range of petrol and hybrid models.

    The current-generation arrived in Australia in the second half of 2023 after almost a two-year delay from its global release in US-market form. Nissan describes the X-Trail as its “most advanced SUV to date”.

    The 2024 Nissan X-Trail offers a choice of front- and all-wheel drive options, petrol and e-Power (hybrid) powertrains, as well as the choice of five or seven seats.

    Within its segment the X-Trail competes with the Mitsubishi Outlander (with which it shares its underpinnings) and the Honda CR-V, both of which offer the option of seven seats, a form of electrification, and all-wheel drive.

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    Nissan X-Trail

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