Nissan Xtrail 2.0 XE & 2.5 SE 4X4





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    Smile Nissan Xtrail 2.0 XE & 2.5 SE 4X4

    Hi guys

    I am currently in the market for one of the above in a 2011 to 2013 manual model. i have searched the forum and came across alot of info on the older models but not the later ones.

    I would like to get the 4x4 but am worried about maintenance and fuel consumption. so if you can please help with the decision by answering the questions below, it would be a great help.

    1. What are your experienced fuel consumptions on the xtrails?
    2. These vehicles would be outside warranties and service plans and i would like to do the servicing myself. How complicated and expensive can the servicing be for these vehicles especially the 4x4 ?
    3. what your general opinions about them ? Anything i should look for when purchasing one ?

    Thanking you in advance.

    Reveck

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    Hi Reveck, the 2.0 XE is a base model so doesn't have much luxuries, so I would recommend going for the 4x4 SE model . Then you can also go places!

    The 2.5 petrol is robust and I have not heard of any issues ( also none on the 2.0l - I have the same motor in my Qashqai ).

    Fuel consumption will be about 8-10l/100km for the 2.0l and about the same for the 2.5.

    Just test the 4x4 system thoroughly so you know all is working.

    You'll be happy with an X-trail, they've got a solid reputation.
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    I have a 2013 2.5 4x4, 55000 on the clock, no issues. Ave fuel consumption 9.5 km/l. Very comfortable, and big boot space
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    I had 3 versions of Xtrial and was very happy with them. I found the 2.0 heavier in Fuel than the diesel. When I got the 2.2l Diesel it was the best fuel economy in its class. I di have older cars 2003 and 2008.
    Was very happy, family got bigger and got more dogs so needed a bigger car.
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    Brother's 2.5 4x4's gearbox gave up the ghost recently. Pretty big knock to the wallet, around R25k, IIRC. Otherwise he was very happy with the vehicle - competent and spacious.
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    Thanks for the feedback guys. Really appreciate it.

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    Default Re: Nissan Xtrail 2.0 XE & 2.5 SE 4X4

    Quote Originally Posted by DAN.B View Post
    I have a 2013 2.5 4x4, 55000 on the clock, no issues. Ave fuel consumption 9.5 km/l. Very comfortable, and big boot space
    Hi Dan how much kilos do you get on 1 full tank?

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    Default Re: Nissan Xtrail 2.0 XE & 2.5 SE 4X4

    I rented the 4x2 in March of this year, and the two things that bugged me most was the bonnet flexing up and down between its hinges, even on a smooth highway, and the gap between the boot floor and the rear seat backrest, where all your shopping disappears into the first time you apply brakes.

    At the coast the 2liter engine pulled nicely.

    Cannot remember fuel consumption, but it was better than my D4, was around 10l/100km.
    Last edited by faniedup; 2017/11/30 at 06:58 PM.

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