Member Since October 18, 2010.

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Very disappointed, as I see it being $10k too expensive and competing (price wise) in the wrong segment with the Prado.

The Everest is in the same segment as the Colorado 7, MU-X, R51 Pathfinder, Toyota Fortuner (not yet released in Aus). Not Prado, as Prado is a segment above this class.

And no leather options except for top Titanium model? Build an offer via their website and standard Titanium with only options being Towkit ($1000) and Metallic paint ($550) and final drive away pricing in SA is $86k?

No thank you. It's a Ford afterall.

It is a really nice car, I think Nissan in general has been understated for a long time. In terms of value for money, you get the lot for the price of a mid-level Toyota equivalent.

Like the price of a top range Nissan (Ti or TL), will only get you a mid-range Toyota model with cloth seats rather than leather, no sunroof rather than sun/moon roof, generic double-din headunit rather than whole navigation unit, reverse-only camera rather than around view camera.

Toyota might have a very cheap capped price servicing, but Nissan has the same albiet just slight more expensive. But once the Toyota service team start adding additionals the cost starts leveling out to Nissan.

And this new X-Trail is not a bad looking car too, they've really improved on the styling and ditching the old ninch-designs to widen the appeal market.

I have 2 Nissan cars at home (my last car was also another Nissan), and within the immediate family we have another 3 Nissan cars and everyone has been very happy with their cars.

Never an issues and our Nissan Dealership (Main North Nissan, Adelaide) is probably one of the best overall dealerships I've dealt with (apart from Lexus of Adelaide).

I guess not every Nissan dealers are nice (I know I've dealt with really bad Nissan dealers elsewhere) but when you've found the right dealership, the service you get from them are incredible. I can say this is the same with every car brand dealerships out there, you get the good ones and you get the bad ones.