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In Vino Veritas : In Vino Veritas Preview
GOOD POINTS * Six airbags and stability control standard. * Most effcient drivetrain in the class. * Secure roadholding on bitumen and dirt. * Enough off-road ability to have fun. * Comfortable ride. * Well-designed load area. * Plenty of clever, practical touches. NOT SO GOOD POINTS * A bit nose-heavy and unwieldy in tighter corners. * Front end dives under brakes. * Some drivers might want more leg room and seat support. * Refections in instrument panel. * One of the unsexiest bodies around. THE RUNDOWN Price: From $31,990. Country Of Origin: Japan. Engine Size/Type: 2.5 litre. Power: 125kW at 6000rpm Torque: 226Nm at 4400rpm. 20 CAR REVIEWS NISSAN X-TRAIL Economy: European test averages for the CVT variant are 7.7 litres/100km on the highway and 12L/100km in the city, running on regular unleaded. CO2 emissions are 223g/km and the Nissan scores three stars out of fve in the Green Vehicle Guide. Residual Value: About 48 per cent after three years, according to Redbook. Brakes: Discs with anti-lock and stability control. Safety Rating: Four stars out of fve (adult and child occupant protection; Euro NCAP). Buy your car at www.autotrader.com.au
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