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The X-Trail is one of the largest in Nissan’s range and the 4x4 is available with either five or seven seats, ensuring there’s room for all the family.

SUVs are a great choice for drivers who want a larger vehicle with a higher driving position and improved road visibility from this. Additionally, because of their size many drivers feel safer in an SUV like the X-Trail over a smaller car like a hatchback.

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The X-Trail's got a modern interior with the latest smartphone connectivity, a large colour touchscreen in the centre console and controls all within the driver’s reach. The seats are designed to be comfortable for every passenger and there’s also options for a heated steering wheel to keep your hands warm on cold winter mornings.

Who is the Ideal Driver for a Nissan X-Trail Lease?

We think that an X-Trail lease makes a great choice as a family car! It's a large and spacious car, with dimensions of 4,680mm length, 1,840mm width and 1,725mm height. This gives you an interior that's roomy for all passengers and a boot space of up to 585 litres that grows to 1,424 litres with the rear passenger seats down. 

It also has a five-star Euro NCAP safety rating and a host of driver assistance systems available to make it a really safe option for your family. 

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The X-Trail is currently available in Visia, Acenta Premium, N-Connecta, Tekna and Tekna+ trims and there are petrol, diesel and hybrid varients across the trim levels for you to choose from. 

The key features of each trim level are:

  • Visia: five-inch colour digital display, Bluetooth smartphone connectivity, 17-inch alloys and cruise control
  • Acenta Premium: LED daytime running lights, heated door mirrors, DAB digital radio with six speakers and a seven-inch infotainment touchscreen
  • N-Connecta: keyless entry, powered tailgate and 18-inch alloys
  • Tekna: electrically adjustable heated leather seats, automatic parking feature with blind spot monitoring, panoramic glass roof, 19-inch alloys and dual-zone air conditioning
  • Tekna+: Bose surround sound, 12-3-inch infotainment system, 10.8-inch heads-up display, quilted leather seats, 20-inch alloys, hands-free tailgate, roof rails and privacy glass

We work with all of the UK's leading funders and an extensive network of dealers across the country in order to provide you with the very best X-Trail deals which you can see listed. If you’d like to discuss your leasing options you can reach one of our helpful Leasing Consultants on 0330 221 0000.

Which Cars Are Similar to a Nissan X-Trail Lease?

If you want to see how the Nissan X-Trail measures up against other models then we recommend taking a look at the Ford Kuga and the Citroen C5 Aircross.

Your Nissan X-Trail Leasing Questions Answered

Why Should I Lease a Nissan X-Trail?

There are plenty of reasons why you should lease your next car. Leasing allows you to have the latest version of the X-Trail for a few years and then upgrade to a new version when the lease ends without the hassle of buying and selling. Additionally, all our lease vehicles are brand new which means they have no wear so lower maintenance costs, come with the manufacturer's warranty which will last for the majority if not all of your lease and will not need an MOT for the first three years. 

The X-Trail is a great choice for drivers that want an SUV that balances ride comfort with good driving dynamics. 

Is the Nissan X-Trail a 7 Seater?

Yes, there are seven-seat versions of the X-Trail as well as the five-seater. 

If you are unsure whether a particular spec shown above is a seven-seater or not then please get in touch and our team will be happy to help! 

How Much Does It Cost to Lease a Nissan X-Trail?

The exact cost of leasing an X-Trail will vary depending on the vehicle you choose and the contract you enter. On the vehicle side, the trim level, any optional extras and even the paint colour can impact the leasing price. While on the contract side of things the length of the agreement, mileage allowance, maintenance package inclusion, whether it's a personal or business agreement and the initial payment amount will impact the price.

Is the Nissan X-Trail a Good Family Car?

We think so, yes. The X-Trail is a large SUV that you can opt for seven seats in depending on your family size so you can be sure everyone will fit in comfortably and there's enough cargo room too.

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