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    I LOVE my x trail. We bought it for the huge boot and space inside. Its really easy to drive and park. We didn't buy the 4x4 model as we have no need for a 4x4.

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    I really like the look of the xtrails, we are about to have our 4th child we are tossing up between the captiva 7 diesel or a Nissan pathfinder.

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    What models of xtrail did you buy and how do you find it?

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    We have had our Captiva 7 LX diesel for about 2 months now. We LOVE it. Cannot rave enough about it. We also were tossing up between the xtrail and the captiva and in the end what sold us was I prefered the drive of the captiva and the extra 2 seats. We are often driving other ppl around so it helps to have the extra seats. There is plenty of room in the backseats even with the car seats. Let me know if there is anything else you want to know.

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    We have a captiva 7. Great car, huge boot. Fits 3 car seats in the middle. We're happy with fuel usage. It's great value for money.

    Drives beautifully and I have never had a problem with its turning circle or parking it at all, neither has my DH.

    ETA: we have driven about 27000kms and are still on the same tyres it came with. Won't be needing new ones anytime soon either.
    Last edited by thepouts; 10-06-2013 at 19:50.


 

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