Following the trend to urbanise off-roaders, Nissans X-Trail has become softer - and even more family focused - over the years.

While the first two generations were boxy, butch and a bit more rugged than most of its soft-roader rivals at the time, the current Nissan X-Trail has morphed into a conventional high-riding family wagon.

As a result, it is now more popular than ever, finishing last year as the third best-selling medium SUV in Australia behind the Mazda CX-5 and Toyota RAV4.

Source: Drive

February 11, 2019