2023 Nissan X-Trail price and specs

The long-awaited fourth-generation Nissan X-Trail finally arrived in Australia in the fourth quarter of last year, priced from $37,250 before on-road costs, with the hybrid e-Power following early this year.

UPDATE, 11/08/2023: Nissan has increased pricing by $500 across the X-Trail range, including the new ST-L e-Power due sometime in the second half of 2023. We’ve updated this article and pulled it forward.

The new X-Trail landed more than two years after it was revealed globally in US-market form, with higher prices but commensurately higher levels of technology and a more contemporary design.

Indeed, Nissan refers to the new X-Trail as its “most advanced SUV to date”.

A new e-Power electrified option has joined the range. It’s not the first time Nissan has offered a hybrid X-Trail, but it’s the first time it has sold one here.

Nissan offers four spec grades and both front- and all-wheel drive for its competitor to the

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