Nissan X-Trail

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All the new X-Trail shares with its predecessor is its name, being a completely different car otherwise. Nissan didn’t even retain the any of the old model’s engines, offering it solely with the new Renault group-sourced 1.6-liter diesel that’s good for 130 PS and 320 Nm.
It’s hard to say anything bad about it, according to this review courtesy of AutoExpress, as it’s easy to drive, more stylish than before, more efficient and much more modern looking, plus it also comes with the industry’s largest panoramic sunroof too. If you’re after a capable day to day crossover that can occasionally go off road (the old model was particularly talented).

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