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When it came to the newest Nissan X-Trail it was kind of tough, and for two reasons: First, this was not the car I was supposed to review this week and had done zero research on it ahead of time, and second, the only X-Trail I was familiar with was one a friend of mine purchased around nine years ago, a utilitarian-looking affair that had as much personality as a cube.So I was introduced to the car, but instead of the stranger I had been expecting to meet, the X-Trail seemed familiar, even friendly. The reason is that at first glance it looks not unlike the 2015 Qashqai, the latest model that is not marketed in Lebanon, and after getting to know the X-Trail better, I understand why. The ultimate X-Trail, the SL, which costs $43,900 including VAT, nets you LED headlamps, leather seats all around, power driver's seat with lumbar support and power driver's seat, power tailgate, 18-inch rims and side and curtain air bags.The starting price is barely any different from those of much smaller crossovers, and since the car appears to be geared more toward comfort and practicality, especially in an urban environment, forfeiting four-wheel drive by getting the car for under $29,900 doesn't seem like a bad idea.
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