2023 Nissan X-Trail 2.5
Visia CVTFrom R 672,900
or R 10,599pm*
• 8″ Touch Screen
• Front, Curtain, Front Side & Front far side airbags
• Reverse Camera & Rear Parking Sensors
• ABS + EBD + BAS + HSA + VDC
• Predictive Front Collision Warning
• Lane Departure Warning & Prevention
• 17″ Alloy Wheels
2023 Nissan X-Trail 2.5
Acenta CVTFrom R 734,900
or R 11,499pm*
• Leather Steering Wheel
• Synthetic leather Seats
• Front Heated Seats
• Blind Spot Intervention
• Cross Traffic Alert
• Electric Parking Brake incl. Auto Hold
• 18″ alloy wheels
• Front & Rear Parking Sensors
2023 Nissan X-Trail 2.5
Acenta Plus CVT 4WD 7sFrom R 794,900
or R 12,499pm*
• 7 Seats • A-IVI 12.3″ display
• Full TFT Meter
• Heads Up display
• On Board Navigation system
• Around View Monitor + Moving Object Detection
• All-Wheel Drive
• 19″ alloy wheels
Our Latest Used Nissan X-Trail Vehicles
2023 Nissan X-Trail – Dial In Your Adventure!
The Nissan X-Trail has been an SUV icon in South Africa for over two decades, and now the all-new 4th generation X-Trail has been reimagined not only for adventure but to suit every aspect of your lifestyle.
With a host of Nissan Intelligent Mobility safety features, generous seven-seat configuration and versatile luggage space, as well as advanced technology, the 2023 Nissan X-Trail caters for the practicalities of day-to-day life in South Africa. It also has a modern athletic exterior that will turn heads wherever you go!
With the latest X-Trail SUV, you have the option of the Visia, Acenta, and Acenta Plus variants – each powered by the same engine – the powerful 2.5-litre petrol engine. Feel free to browse through the latest Nissan X-Trail brochure for more model-specific spec and feature information. Contact us to test drive the new 2023 Nissan X-Trail SUV.
“We had an opportunity to drive the latest model across a variety of conditions in the fair Cape. Our key takeaways include the improved refinement, respectable ride quality and general ease of use, making the X-Trail a very agreeable product in most driving situations.”
“Attention to detail is obvious here. Even the wipers are new splash-free versions, while connectivity includes wireless Apple CarPlay and charging along with both USB-A and USB-C charging ports, front and back. The look and feel is properly premium.”
“With improvements and enhancements across the board, it makes this popular Nissan a more useable SUV for modern families. It’s a solid evolution, not a radical revolution, which is exactly what buyers are looking for.”
2023 Nissan X-Trail Engine Specs
The new Nissan X-Trail is fitted with a 2.5-litre, naturally-aspirated petrol engine pushing out 135kW and 244 Nm, combined with a continuously variable transmission (CVT) which functions like a normal automatic but does not have any physical gears. The X-Trail clocks 0-100km/h in 10.4 seconds, a top speed of 195 km/h, and a combined fuel consumption of 7.4l/100km in the Visia and Acenta and 7.8l/100km in the heavier Acenta Plus.
At a glance the 2023 Nissan X-Trail engine specs are as follows:
|2.5L||Petrol||135 kW||244 Nm||Xtronic CVT|
2023 Nissan X-Trail Service Plan And Warranty
All new Nissan X-Trail models have the following service plan and warranty as standard:
- Service plan: 3 years / 90 000km
- Mechanical warranty: 6 years / 150 000km
The recommended service intervals for the X-Trail are every 15,000 km.
2023 Nissan X-Trail Interior Accessories
The Nissan X-Trail has these Nissan-approved optional accessories to choose from to upgrade the interior:
- Rubber floor mats
- Boot trim protection/ luggage entry guard
2023 Nissan X-Trail Exterior Accessories
The new Nissan X-Trail base and higher-spec models also come with a range of optional exterior accessories, which include:
- Hood and Side window deflectors
- Illuminated entry guard/ kick plate
- Rear bumper protector
- Side steps
- Gloss balc air intake finishers
- Removable tow bar
- Tow bar 7-pin TEK
- Front and rear mud guards
2023 Nissan X-Trail Review
Nissan’s favoured family adventure crossover, the X-Trail, is powered by a spirited 2.5 petrol powertrain which offers invigorating performance and improved efficiency. The all-new X-Trail comes in three trim levels: Visia, Acenta and Acenta Plus. The Acenta Plus flagship, X-Trail top model, is available in four-wheel drive and is a 7-seater vehicle, whereas the standard X-Trail is a 5-seater.
Size Matters – Plenty of Cabin Space!
The all-new Nissan X-Trail is a spacious crossover, Nissan’s largest SUV with ample space inside. Drivers can make use of a comfortable, ergonomically designed seat and lots of storage space beneath the floating central console. For those in the back, there’s plenty of room. With the lack of a conventional gearbox, foot space is decent and three can sit across the back in comfort. The middle bench is able to slide, which allows for some extra space for those sitting on the optional third row. Folding down the rear seats opens up a 575-litre boot space, which is impressive for a vehicle of this size!
Next Level Interior Details!
Inside the X-Trail’s cabin, it’s all about quality details, which makes this vehicle feel very premium indeed. The car’s ambient lighting provides a relaxing atmosphere, making any trip a pleasure. The plush seats feel soft and are made of memory foam – so you can sink into your seat for a more comfortable drive. You can also optimise cabin comfort with three climate control zones.
Boasting The Latest Technologies
The 2023 Nissan X-Trail comes with cutting-edge connectivity to keep everyone entertained. The top model X-Trail, Acenta Plus, has a 12.3-inch intuitive touch-screen, 10.8-inch Head-Up Display and 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster, allowing you to customise information. A key feature of the Nissan X-Trail entertainment system is its 12.3″ HD touchscreen, your portal to NissanConnect. When inside, use the Nissan X-Trail Bluetooth technology to connect your phone to start using your preferred Apps thanks to Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
Safety Always Comes First
The latest X-Trail is equipped with everything you need to keep your family safe and comfortable. Advanced ProPILOT with Navi-link safety technologies is designed to read the road ahead and adjust your drive accordingly, keeping you and your family safe for maximum peace of mind. Furthermore, thanks to Around View Monitor – all-around reassurance comes from a 360-degree view of your car with a selectable focus on front, rear and kerbside views.
Nissan X-Trail Fuel Consumption* & Carbon Footprint
The Fourth Generation Nissan X-Trail is a testament to Nissan’s commitment to protecting the environment while still providing a powerful crossover vehicle. The new X-Trail offers impressive and exciting performance with an engine that is even more fuel-efficient! The Nissan X-Trail e-power electrified technology offers a fuel-efficient petrol engine charging a battery. In a climate of rising fuel prices, and to reduce your impact on the environment, the X-Trail e-power feature helps you make a contribution to reducing your carbon footprint. The X-Trail now offers the following average fuel consumption and carbon emissions:
|Engine||Combined Fuel Consumption||CO2 Emissions|
|2.5 Visia 2WD CVT||7.4 ℓ/100km||174 g/km|
|2.5 Acenta 2WD CVT||7.4 ℓ/100km||174 g/km|
|2.5 Acenta Plus 4WD CVT||7.8 ℓ/100km||183 g/km|
2023 Nissan X-Trail Safety Features
The latest Nissan X-Trail was awarded a five-star safety rating by the ANCAP as it has all the latest safety features, including Car Safety Shield technologies to ensure both you and your passengers are kept safe at all times. Standard Nissan X-Trail safety features include the X-Trail blind spot warning system and parking brake. This hardy vehicle also boasts a range of additional safety features including:
- Airbags (Driver, Passenger, Curtain, Front Side and Front far side)
- Anti-lock braking system (ABS)
- Electronic brake-force distribution (EBD)
- Brake Assist System (BAS)
- Hill Start Assist (HSA) and Hill Descent Control
- Vehicle Dynamic Control (VDC)
- Reverse Camera
- Forward Emergency Braking with junction assist & pedestrian/cyclist detection
- Lane Departure Warning incl. Lane Departure Prevention
- Intelligent Lane Intervention and Lane Keep Assist (LKA)
- Around View Monitor + Moving Object Detection**
- Blind Spot Intervention**
- Predictive Front Collision Warning
- Driver Attention Alert
- Electric Parking Brake incl. Auto Hold**
2023 Nissan X-Trail Dimensions
The Nissan X-Trail size boasts generous dimensions. With these X-Trail Dimensions, you can definitely rest assured that every journey will be undertaken in complete comfort.
- X-Trail Wheelbase: 2,705 mm
- Overall X-Trail Length: 4,680 mm
- Overall X-Trail Width: 1,840 mm
- Overall X-Trail Height: 1,725 mm
- X-Trail Minimum Ground Clearance: 211 mm
- X-Trail Towing Capacity (Braked): 2,000 kg
- X-Trail Towing Capacity (Unbraked): 750 kg
- X-Trail Turning Cycle: 11,1 m
2023 Nissan X-Trail Colours
The X-Trail comes in five basic colours, five colour variations and five two-tone combinations.
- Glacier White
- Pearl White
- New Silver
- Gun Metallic Grey
- Infinite Black
- Sunset Orange
- Caspian Blue
- Scarlet Ember
- Champagne Silver
- Warrior Grey
- Pearl White & roof Black
- Caspian Blue & roof Black
- Sunset Orange & roof Black
- Champagne Silver & roof Black
- Warrior Grey & roof Black
Frequently Asked Nissan X-Trail Questions and Answers
Which Nissan X-Trail should I buy?Show The Answer +
The answer to this is dependent on what you plan to do with your X-Trail! It makes a great family vehicle because of its space and safety features, it is popular as a fleet vehicle because of its reliability and it is an awesome adventure vehicle. Our opinion is that the Nissan X-Trail Acenta Plus 4WD is the best variant in the range. It comes standard with almost all of the features you would expect in a Crossover of this type (with a whole lot more added in for good measure).
What are the variants of the Nissan X-Trail?Show The Answer +
There are 3 new variants of the new Nissan X-Trail. The Visia with 2WD, Acenta with 2WD and the Acenta Plus with 4WD.
Which Nissan X-Trail model is the best?Show The Answer +
A difficult question to answer, as every model variant is a great car that offers reliability, cost effectiveness and of course stylish safety. However, we think that the new Nissan X-Trail 2.5 Acenta Plus 4WD has everything that you could want in a crossover, including 7-seats!
What is the top of the range Nissan X-Trail?Show The Answer +
This would be the Nissan X-Trail 2.5 Acenta Plus 4WD. View this top model’s specs above.
Is the Nissan X-Trail a SUV?Show The Answer +
No, it is a Crossover vehicle, which means it drives like a sedan but enjoys many of the benefits and characteristics of a Family orientated SUV. Book a test drive today to find out how a new X-Trail vehicle will change the way you perceive driving!
Is the Nissan X-Trail a sports car?Show The Answer +
No, the X-Trail is a Crossover vehicle and not a sports car.
Is the Nissan X-Trail hybrid?Show The Answer +
No, the X-Trail in South Africa is not a hybrid vehicle, although a hybrid version is available overseas. The vehicle is currently only offered as a petrol model, but that’s not to say Nissan won’t bring its hybrid technologies to the SA in future.
Is the Nissan X-Trail 4WD?Show The Answer +
Yes. there is a 4×4 model available in the current X-Trail range – the Nissan X-Trail 2.5 Acenta Plus 4WD. The Nissan X-Trail’s Intelligent 4X4 offers an Auto Mode that continuously monitors and adapts to the driving conditions for best tractions. Alternatively, you can opt for 4WD Lock Mode for more challenging off-road conditions.
Is the Nissan X-Trail bigger than the Qashqai?Show The Answer +
The X-Trail is 100mm longer than the Qashqai, as well as being slightly wider and taller. This is to accommodate for an extra row of seats in the back to make it a seven-seater.
Is the Nissan X-Trail automatic?Show The Answer +
Yes, while there is no automatic version of the X-Trail – the range comes standard with XTRONIC Continuously Variable transmission, which is liek autoimatic transmission.
Is the Nissan X-Trail a diesel?Show The Answer +
No, there are no diesel variants in the latest X-Trail range, only petrol.
What are the safety features in the Nissan X-Trail?Show The Answer +
The all-new X-Trail has an extra set of eyes in the form of advanced Nissan Intelligent Mobility safety technology that looks out for you and your family, in every direction. Features include: Intelligent Emergency Braking with junction assist & pedestrian/cyclist detection, rear emergency braking with pedestrian detection, Intelligent Blind Spot Intervention, lane departure warning, Intelligent Lane Intervention, air bags in the front, sides and back, Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS); brake assist and hill start assist.
Is the Nissan X-Ttrail reliable?Show The Answer +
Yes! Nissan X-Trail models are known for their reliability and presenting good value for money across its range of trim levels.
What size engine does the Nissan X-Trail have?Show The Answer +
The 2023 Nissan X-Trail Engine has a 2.5-litre, naturally-aspirated petrol engine.
What are the engine specifications of the Nissan X-Trail?Show The Answer +
For a breakdown of the current Nissan X-Trail Engine Specs please go to the Engine Specs section of this page above or download our X-Trail Brochure using the tab at the top of this page.
What is the power of the Nissan X-Trail?Show The Answer +
The power output of the current Nissan X-Trial 2.5-litre petrol engine is 126kW.
What tyres does the Nissan X-Trail have?Show The Answer +
The Nissan X-Trail comes with either 17-inch, 18-inch or 19-inch alloy wheels, depending on which model you choose.
What is the Nissan X-Trail luggage capacity?Show The Answer +
In its five-seat guise, it offers 585-litres of boot space and 485 litres in seven-seat guise with the possibility of expanding to either 742 or 1396-litres.
What is the boot space of the Nissan X-Trail?Show The Answer +
Please refer to the previous question above.
What is the fuel tank capacity of Nissan X-Trail?Show The Answer +
The fuel tank capacity of the latest Nissan X-Trail is 55-litres across all model variants and trim levels.
How many seats does the Nissan X-Trail have?Show The Answer +
There is both a 5-seat and a 7-seat option available in the X-Trail vehicle range sold at Group1 Nissan.
How many colours are available in Nissan X-Trail?Show The Answer +
There are 6 colours to choose from when purchasing a Nissan X-Trail from Group 1. These colours are: Gray, Silver, White, Tinted Red, Blue and Orange.
Is the Nissan X-Trail a 7 seater?Show The Answer +
This is both model and trim level dependent as there are 5-seater and 7-seater Nissan X-Trail options available to purchase in South Africa.
What is the Nissan X-Trail interior like?Show The Answer +
The interior of the X-Trail is super spacious and comfortable for the driver and passengers. The cabin has three climate control zones, heated front and rear seats, memory seating and built-in rear door sunshades.
Is ABS available in the Nissan X-Trail?Show The Answer +
ABS comes standard across the entire vehicle range.
Does the Nissan X-Trail have low range?Show The Answer +
No, the Nissan X-Trail 4×4 Crossovers sold in South Africa do not include a low range offroad option.
Does the Nissan X-Trail have a spare tyre?Show The Answer +
Yes, the X-Trail has a full-size spare tyre in all model and trim level variants.
What is the weight of the Nissan X-Trail?Show The Answer +
The Gross Vehicle Mass (GVM) of the X-Trail is model and trim level-dependent and varies but is about 2040 kgs.
Does the Nissan X-Trail have a cambelt?Show The Answer +
The X-Trail has a timing chain not a belt. Please check your new vehicle’s user manual for more information on service and replacement intervals.
Does the Nissan X-Trail have 4 doors?Show The Answer +
It is in fact a 5-door vehicle, with 4 doors being for passengers and the 5th door being the rear luggage area hatch.
Does the Nissan X-Trail have a Renault engine?Show The Answer +
No, although through the Renault-Nissan Alliance there are sometimes vehicles sold by both brands that are powered by an engine which is based on an existing Renault or Nissan design this is not the case with the X-Trial. Both the petrol and the diesel engine options have been designed and built by Nissan for use in the X-Trail.
Does the Nissan X-Trail have 7 seats?Show The Answer +
There are 5- and 7-seater options available. The 4WD Ascenta Plus has 7 seats while the 2WD Visia and Acenta have 5 seats.
Does the Nissan X-Trail have CVT transmission?Show The Answer +
All three X-Trail model variants come standard with CVT.
What is the standard service plan and warranty and service intervals on the Nissan X-Trail range?Show The Answer +
“The service plan for the X-Trail is 3 years or 90,000km, while the mechanical warranty is 6 years or 150,000km. The recommended service intervals for the Nissan X-Trail are every 15,000 km.”
Is the Nissan X-Trail station wagon available in South Africa?Show The Answer +
Yes, the new Nissan X-Trail is available in South Africa but rather than a station wagon, it’s known as the Nissan X-Trail crossover.