Is Nissan X-Trail a good buy?
The Nissan X-Trail scored the full five stars when it was tested by Euro NCAP in 2021. Family buyers will be particularly impressed to see that both adult and child occupant safety in the X-Trail scored 90% or above. It was also a particularly strong performer in the Safety Assist category with a 95% overall score.
Is The Nissan X-Trail a reliable car?
As of October 2022, the Nissan Qashqai has a reliability rating of 46%, which is slightly below average according to warranty data provided exclusively to The Car Expert by our partner MotorEasy.
Do Nissan X trails hold their value?
Costs, insurance groups, MPG and CO2
Even better news is that the X-Trail is predicted to hold onto its value with the same vigour as the Kodiaq, meaning that it shouldn't lose too much money over three years and should depreciate slower than the Santa Fe. That's good news because it'll help when buying on finance.
How long can a Nissan X-Trail last?
Approximate engine life expectancy (mileage until serious repairs are required) for this engine is between 190 000 and 390 000 kilometres.
How efficient is a Nissan X-Trail?
Nissan claims the standard 2.5-litre front-drive X-Trail uses 7.4 litres per 100 kilometres.