This Nissan is a game-changer!

Meet the new Nissan X-Trail e-Power!

It’s a hybrid-powered family-friend SUV, and Mat’s about to see if this 7-seat SUV has what it takes to compete with competitors such as the Skoda Kodiaq and Peugeot 5008.

When it comes to the design, it’s not exactly the most exciting but it offers enough to keep you interested. It’s pretty chunky, similar to the old model, and higher levels of trim come with some bits of shiny trim around the front, sides and rear. You also have the option to choose a two-tone roof as well.

On the inside, the cabin is largely made with good quality materials, and as long as you don’t go for the entry-level model, you have a suitably sized touch screen. Thankfully climate control functions still come with physical buttons, so they’re easy to manage and change when you’re on the go.

There are three power options available, with the top-of-the-range being a hybrid petrol, which couples a 1.5-litre 3-cylinder turbo petrol with electric motors to deliver 213hp.

The Nissan X-Trail starts from £32,000, but is it the best 7-seat SUV in this price range? Stick with Mat and find out for yourself!

00:00 Intro
00:36 Design
01:57 Interior
04:19 Back Seats
06:56 Boot
08:35 5 Annoying Things
09:55 5 Cool Things
11:12 Engines
12:06 Town Driving
14:08 Motorway Driving
16:16 Country Road Driving
17:28 0-60mph
18:11 Verdict

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