It's amazing how quickly perceptions change as not long ago very few customers would look at a 1.3 petrol engine in a 4x4 the size of the X-Trail. Now with all the recent negative publicity diesel has gotten there's been a swift change across to the petrol versions, which is a good thing and more of a sensible re-balancing than a move away from diesel altogether. If you're doing higher mileages of 15-20,000 miles a year or more then looking at the diesel version is still the correct thing to do, but those doing average mileages of 10,000 or less then this petrol is where you should be looking. 160 horsepower is well above what you'd get in the equivalent size diesel, and is good for 123 mph, while fuel economy is claimed to be only about 10mpg down on the diesel using the official figures.
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