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First launching in 2001, the X-Trail is Nissan’s largest SUV and one of the most popular models in its vehicle class. Combining practicality with engine efficiency and excellent onboard comfort, the X-Trail is an enjoyable and rewarding model to drive.

Nissan X-Trail updates and facelifts

Reflecting its long-standing popularity, the X-Trail has evolved steadily since the release of the Mk1. A facelift in 2003 added remodelled bumpers and updated the model’s range of 2.2-litre diesel engines before the Mk2 launched in 2007. The Mk2 grew the dimensions of the model while its 2010 facelift improved the fuel economy of the model’s engine range.

Launched in 2013, the Mk3 boasted a lighter frame thanks to a plastic tailgate and a more aerodynamic appearance. Its facelift in 2017 restyled the model even further, with new headlights and interior and exterior colours adding to its styling. The Mk4 launched in 2021 adding more cabin space, a larger suite of technology and hybrid engines.

The X-Trail’s appeal spans over a decade, helping it remain one of the leading models in its vehicle segment. Its closest rivals include other seven-seat SUVs, such as the Peugeot 5008, Kia Sorrento and SEAT Tarraco. Also available as a five-seater, it faces close competition from the Honda CR-V and Mazda CX-5 when it comes to practicality and style.

Well suited to long-distance journeys with large families and delivering agile driving over country roads, a used Nissan X-Trail is an excellent model for lots of different needs. Its range of trims also means there’s ample flexibility to choose the right specifications for you.

Practicality and style of the car

Practicality is one of the X-Trail’s main appeals, with its growing dimensions over four generations helping it offer more space and comfort in the cabin. The Mk4’s length of 4,680mm, width of 1,840mm and height of 1,725mm make it 20mm wider and 15mm taller than the Mk3.

The X-Trail is also larger than many of its rivals. It is 39mm longer and 74mm taller than the Peugeot 5008’s 4,641mm and 1,651mm respectively. It is also 70mm taller than the ŠKODA Kodiaq’s 1,655mm.

The X-Trail has plenty of boot space with foldable rear seats making it easy to create more. With all seven seats up, there is 485 litres of boot space, however in the five-seat X-Trail there is 585 litres of space. By folding the rear and middle seats away, the X-Trail has around 1,300 litres of boot space across both seat configurations.

Inside the cabin, a used X-Trail offers decent space. In its seven-seater format, the rear two seats are well suited to small passengers, while in the middle row, there is plenty of leg and knee room for getting comfortable on long drives. The aisle seat can also fold down to create a large arm rest for passengers in the middle seats.

Demonstrating its family suitability, the X-Trail has one ISOFIX point in the front passenger seat and three across the middle seats. There are also door bins, a glovebox and cup holders throughout the cabin to keep it tidy.

The X-Trail is also perfect for towing. In its seven-seat configuration, it has a maximum braked capacity of 1,800kg, while the five-seater can tow up to 2,000kg – enough for most medium-sized trailers and caravans.

Running costs

The X-Trail’s insurance range runs from 21 to 31 which is average for a large SUV. Opt for the entry-level seven-seat Visia trim and your annual road tax will be £150. At the top end of the scale, some N-Vision seven-seaters will cost £240, with most other trims qualifying for the £180 bracket.

How a used Nissan X-Trail drives

A used X-Trail can come with a range of powerful petrol or diesel engines. However, many Mk4 X-Trails also come with a hybrid engine giving you even more efficient fuel economy.

One entry-level diesel engine is the 1.6-litre dCi which produces 130bhp, goes from 0-62mph in around 10.6 seconds while returning 53.3–57.8mpg. The 1.7-litre dCi produces 150bhp, accelerates to 62mph in around 10.7 seconds and returns around 42.8–43.5mpg.

In the petrol range, some X-Trails may come with a 1.3-litre engine which produces around 157bhp while returning up to 34.0–37.9mpg. The 1.6-litre DIG-T engine produces 161bhp, gets to 62mph in 9.7 seconds and returns between 44.1 and 45.6mpg.

A used X-Trail manufactured after 2021 may also come with one of the hybrid engines in the e-Power range. These engines combine a 1.5-litre, three-cylinder petrol engine with an electric motor and can be configured to produce either 201bhp or 161bhp. The former accelerates to 62mph in eight seconds while returning up to 48.7 combined mpg. The 161bhp option can do 0-62mph in 9.6 seconds while achieving 39.8mpg.

Many used X-Trails will come with a seven-speed CVT transmission, while a six-speed manual transmission is also available.

Engines and official MPG

Please refer to the table below for a comprehensive list of engines and their official MPG figures.

2001 - 2007

Engine Official NEDC MPG
2.0 16V 2WD 31.0 mpg
2.2 dCi 37.2 mpg
2.2 dCi 2WD 37.7 mpg
2.5 16V 30.1 mpg

2007 - 2014

Engine Official NEDC MPG
2 32.5 mpg
2.0 dCi 150 39.8 mpg
2.0 dCi 173 38.2–44.1 mpg
2.5 16V 29.4 mpg

2014 - 2022

Engine Official NEDC MPG
1.3 DIG-T Automatic 34.0–37.9 mpg
1.3 DIG-T MHEV Automatic 38.5 mpg
1.6 dCi 53.3–57.8 mpg
1.6 dCi 4WD 52.3–57.6 mpg
1.6 dCi Automatic 53.3–55.4 mpg
1.6 dCi Xtronic 55.4 mpg
1.6 DIG-T 44.1–45.6 mpg
1.7 dCi 42.8–43.5 mpg
1.7 dCi 4WD 41.5–42.2 mpg
1.7 dCi Automatic 39.8–40.9 mpg
1.7 dCi Automatic 4WD 37.2–37.7 mpg
2.0 dCi 4WD 46.3–50.4 mpg
2.0 dCi 4WD Automatic 46.3–48.7 mpg
2.0 dCi Automatic 48.7–50.4 mpg

Features you can expect in a Nissan X-Trail

The X-Trail has sported distinctive styling across all its facelifts. Giving the Mk4 a bold and rugged profile, it was released with a prominent front grille, angular headlights and sharp lines ensuring it stands out on the road. A used X-Trail is available in a range of eye-catching finishes, including Sunset Orange, Smoked Grey and Diamond Silver giving it an attractive appearance.


The X-Trail’s masterful design continues throughout the cabin. Step into the cockpit and you’ll have an organised and minimally designed dashboard to enhance your drive. Soft and hard-wearing plastics have been fitted to the dashboard and centre console. A brushed finish has also been applied to the buttons and surfaces to create a premium effect.


In the Mk4’s driving seat, you’ll have a three-spoke multi-functional steering wheel with a small cluster of buttons. These are used to interact with the infotainment system and digital instrument cluster. Opt for the top-tier Tekna trim, and both front and rear seats, as well as the steering wheel, come with heating functionality to make winter morning driving that bit easier.

A used X-Trail manufactured after 2021 will feature a digital instrument display between 7 and 12.3-inches, depending on trim. This digital screen displays your drive information, including speed, distance driven, mpg and fuel level. It can also be customised to show sat nav and driving aids, such as blind spot assist.

The X-Trail can feature a touchscreen infotainment display on the centre console. Sized between 8 and 12.3-inches depending on trim, this system has Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, Bluetooth connectivity, DAB radio and is linked to a six-speaker cabin sound system. This system also comes with sat nav and NissanConnect which allows you to mirror your smartphone to this screen.


The X-Trail is a very safe model and has earned Euro NCAP’s five-star safety rating. It boasts an adult occupant safety score of 91% and a child occupant score of 90%. The X-Trail’s safety systems also received a 95% rating. Depending on trim, the X-Trail can come with automatic emergency braking, forward collision warning, a lane-keep assist system, blind-sport warning and traffic sign recognition.

Trims available on the Nissan X-Trail

Nissan X Trail Visia

The Visia is the entry-level trim on the Mk4 and includes LED head and rear lights, auto folding mirrors, rear parking sensors, front and rear luggage lighting, seven-inch digital instrument cluster, two USB ports, intelligent cruise control, driver attention alert, rear cross traffic alert, high beam assist, traffic sign recognition and 18-inch alloy wheels.

Nissan X Trail Accenta Premium

This trim includes a rear-view camera and washer, dual-zone air conditioning, auto dimming rearview mirror, eight-inch infotainment display and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

Nissan X Trail N-Connecta

The N-Connecta trim adds privacy glass, roof rails, an around view monitor, 12.3-inch digital cluster display and a 12.3-inch infotainment screen.

Nissan X Trail Tekna

the Tekna trim has 19-inch alloy wheels, ambient lighting, power memory front seats, three-zone air conditioning, heated front and rear seats and steering wheel, synthetic leather and cloth seats and an openable glass roof.

Nissan X Trail Tekna+

The luxurious Tekna+ trim has 20-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels, quilted premium leather front seats and a 10-speaker BOSE sound system.

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Frequently asked questions

Q. How much does a used Nissan X-Trail cost?

A. We have 6 used Nissan X-Trail cars in stock ranging from £13,998 to £31,998.

Q. How many MPG does the Nissan X-Trail get?

A. The Nissan X-Trail MPG varies from 43 mpg to 55 mpg.

Q. How much is car tax for a used Nissan X-Trail?

A. The Nissan X-Trail car tax ranges from £180 to £590 per year for the models in stock.

Q. What is the average mileage on a used Nissan X-Trail?

A. The average mileage on a used Nissan X-Trail in stock is 16750 miles.

Q. Which transmission options are available with the Nissan X-Trail?

A. Currently in stock, the Nissan X-Trail is available in Automatic, Manual.

Q. What different fuel types are available for the Nissan X-Trail?

A. Of the Nissan X-Trail used cars in stock, they are available in the following fuel types: Diesel, Petrol, Petrol/Electric Hybrid.

Q. What are the most popular engine sizes in the Nissan X-Trail?

A. The most popular engine sizes in the Nissan X-Trail we have in stock are 1.5 litres, 1.8 litres, 1.3 litres.

Q. What are the most popular colours in the Nissan X-Trail range?

A. The Nissan X-Trail is available in various colours. The most popular we have in stock are Silver, Grey, Black

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* MPG figures are obtained in laboratory testing and intended for comparisons between vehicles. Please be aware they’re not intended to represent real world efficiency.