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Nissan's revised X-Trail to cost from £23,995 and see a series of changes
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29 September 2010

Nissan's revised X-Trail will cost from £23,995 when it goes on sale in the UK next month.

There are changes to the exterior and interior styling, as well as improvements to its diesel engine.

See official pics of the new Nissan X-Trail

The most noticeable changes are at the front, where a redesigned grille features alongside new bumper and headlight designs. New LED lights feature at the rear, while the X-Trail’s Cd is reduced from 0.36 to 0.35 thanks to optimised underbody aerodynamics.

The wheel arches are now more pronounced to house new 18-inch alloy wheels; 17-inch wheels are also available. All these styling changes have resulted in a 10mm growth in length, height and width.

Read Autocar's road test of the current Nissan X-Trail

Inside, more soft-touch materials are added to improve cabin quality, while new materials are used on the seats, too. Redesigned drear seats result in 10mm more knee room for rear passengers.

Significant updates to the 2.0 dCi diesel engine result in Euro 5 compliance. The manual gearbox has revised ratios for improved performance and economy, while the auto’ has been modified to reduce friction. A gear change indicator is also added to help the driver optimise economy.

Alex Kersten

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3 August 2010

It is still ugly anyway!!!!!!!!!!

3 August 2010

I always think of them as practical lumps to move 2 children and 2 dogs, which I would only consider as a second hand option. Is something like this a better family car than say a medium hatch? I suppose it all depends on which seat you are in.

3 August 2010

[quote Autocar]the X-Trail’s Cd is reduced from 0.36 to 0.35 thanks to optimised underbody aerodynamics.[/quote]

Ooh, only 0.35? Sorry, folks, but the Audi Q5 was already 0.33.

3 August 2010

[quote Straight Six Man]Ooh, only 0.35? Sorry, folks, but the Audi Q5 was already 0.33.
[/quote]

It's still progress, and I'd say the Xtrail is far more 'blocky' in its shape than the Q5.

3 August 2010

The Q5 also still has a miles better interior then the X-trail from the pictures it still looks cheap and tacky, why dont nissan just use infiniti interiors would make them much better.

3 August 2010

I don't think the rear end changes are very well done, the lights are far too bulky and just dont look integrated with the car.

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