2011 Nissan X Trail Unveiled Review

2011 Nissan X Trail

2011 Nissan X Trail

The entry level X-TRAIL remains the Acenta, now priced at only £23,995 on-the-road. This undercuts the Honda CR-V ES diesel by £685, and the Land Rover Freelander GS by more than £1,000. Standard equipment on the Acenta includes body coloured electrically adjusting door mirrors, privacy glass, automatic headlamps and wipers, front fog lamps and 17-inch alloy wheels. The range-topping Tekna model costs just £27,495. Additional features above Acenta trim include power-folding door mirrors, xenon headlamps, panoramic sunroof and leather seats. The infotainment package incorporates a Connect Premium HDD sat-nav with music server and USB port, a rear view camera and BOSE audio with nine speakers.

CO2 emissions for the X-TRAIL 2.0-litre dCi 173 PS diesel manual now stand at just 168g/km. That’s a drop of 30g/km, or 15%. This moves the car down two VED tax bands from Band J (£425) to Band H (£250). It also takes the company car BIK percentage liability from 32% to 26%. There has also been significant improvement on fuel economy, with performance up from 38.2mpg to 44.1mpg on the combined cycle.

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