Compare the all new Nissan X-Trail

The all new Nissan X-Trail has landed and it’s itching to show you just how much of a joy every day driving can be. Available in three model grades, the X-Trail ST (from $39,990), X-Trail ST-L (from $47,290) and X-Trail Ti (from $53,290) are now available from Cockram Nissan.

Packed full of practical features, it’s a whole new school of thought in family proof, launching a more stylish era for the X-Trail. With robust capability for the practical and its new bold design the all-new Nissan X-TRAIL is set to impress!

Available in three model grades and in 2WD or 4WD, the all new X-Trail includes a refined 2.5L petrol engine that offers an impressive 126kW of power, 226Nm of torque and 1500kg braked towing capacity.

The all new X-Trail is just as at home off-road as it is navigating the city streets with the 4WD range, with the intuitive All-Mode 4×4-i system to constantly control the balance of power between front and rear wheels. Hill Start Assist is standard on the 4WD models and helps prevent rollback when starting on an incline, so you can get moving with confidence.


Cleverly designed tiered, theatre style seating means everyone onboard can always see the road ahead, while gloss black trim with metallic accents, the atmospheric LED front passenger interior lighting add to the theatrical mood. More than a few in your family? You’ll be pleased to hear that the ST model is also available with a 7-seat configuration.

When it comes to technology, X-Trail is jam-packed with advanced features. From the 5″ Advanced Driver Assist Display (ADAD) – which keeps you updated with navigation, phone calls and vehicle performance and much more while you’re on the go – to NissanConnectTM (available in ST-L and Ti) X-Trail doesn’t disappoint.

This latest X-Trail has been designed with not only comfort, but safety in mind. Starting with the innovative Blind Spot Warning, Lane Departure Warning and Moving Object Detection on the Ti grade, and the Around View® Monitor on the ST-L and Ti grades, the vehicle keeps its eyes open for you. The all new Nissan X-TRAIL also has a host of safety features as standard across the range including: 6 airbags, rear view camera, Vehicle Dynamic Control (VDC), Traction Control System (TCS), Anti-lock Braking System (ABS), Brake Assist (BA) and Electronic Brakeforce Distribution (EBD).

Compare the X-Trail with other models in its class

Keen to see how the al new X-Trail measures up against other similar vehicles? Nissan have put together a comparison of all four models. Click the images below to view the full table as a PDF.

X-Trail ST 4WD 5 Seater

X-Trail Comparison ST 4WD 5 Seat

X-Trail ST 2WD 7 Seater

X-Trail Comparison ST 2WD 7 Seat

X-Trail ST-L 4WD 5 Seater

2014 X-Trail comparison - ST-L 4WD

X-Trail Ti 4WD 5 Seater

X-Trail Comparison Ti 4WD 5 Seat