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Buy Used Nissan X-trail Cars in Australia

While Nissan can trace its history back to 1914, the name was only first used in the 1930s. In Australia, it was known as Datsun until1981. Read More

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Nissan X-Trail Car Buying Guide

Across seven years Nissan fiddled around the edges of the third generation X-Trail, but apart from the diesel heart transplant in 2017, things stayed very recognisably the same throughout.

Its primary assets were huge luggage space and/or seven seats, depending on your needs and wants. All at very affordable pricing.

But as it aged, the Nissan X-Trail left something to be desired against the likes of the Mazda CX-5 and Toyota RAV4 in terms of driving manners, high-tech equipment and style.

So not the sort of vehicle you might lust after, but just maybe the sort of serviceable and sensible vehicle you might need.

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