Keyword: ‘nissan xtrail 2014’

From September 2010, buyers of the Nissan X-Trail SUV will benefit from a series of extensive updates to maintain its position in the SUV segment as one of the few, versatile and agile four-wheel drive vehicles on the European market. Already well regarded for its durability, comfort, practicality and convenience, the changes refresh Nissan X-Trail's exterior styling; improve the interior perceived quality and functionality, as well as mechanical and aerodynamic changes. These revisions contribute to Nissan X-Trail's improved economy and CO2 output
All-new Nissan X-Trail is a perfect example of evolutionary change which will appeal to existing owners and new buyers alike. It might have a familiar look and a similarly broad range of abilities to its predecessor, but it features a new chassis and body, an expanded range of more powerful engines providing better performance and economy, more equipment, enhanced comfort and greater interior space than the first generation . It remains a hugely capable, compact SUV with serious off-road credentials but has even greater levels of performance, ability and practicality that build on the strengths of its predecessor rather than aiming to be something completely different
The Nissan X-Trail is a compact SUV sold in Japan, Europe, Canada, Mexico, Malaysia, India, Taiwan, Saudi Arabia, Singapore,South Africa, Thailand, New Zealand and Australia by Nissan. The company currently offers a hydrogen fuel cell model on lease to businesses, the X-Trail FCV. In North America, it is positioned below the truck based Xterra. Introduced in 2001 to compete with compact SUVs such as the Toyota RAV4 and Honda CR-V, it did not arrive in the Canadian market until 2004. It will be sold in the United States in 2008 when the X-Trail is redesigned
The Nissan X-Trail is a compact SUV sold in Japan, Europe, Canada, Mexico, Malaysia, India, Taiwan, Saudi Arabia, Singapore,South Africa, Thailand, New Zealand and Australia by Nissan. The company currently offers a hydrogen fuel cell model on lease to businesses, the X-Trail FCV. In North America, it is positioned below the truck based Xterra. Introduced in 2001 to compete with compact SUVs such as the Toyota RAV4 and Honda CR-V, it did not arrive in the Canadian market until 2004. It will be sold in the United States in 2008 when the X-Trail is redesigned
The Nissan X-Trail is a compact SUV sold in Japan, Europe, Canada, Mexico, Malaysia, India, Taiwan, Saudi Arabia, Singapore,South Africa, Thailand, New Zealand and Australia by Nissan. The company currently offers a hydrogen fuel cell model on lease to businesses, the X-Trail FCV. In North America, it is positioned below the truck based Xterra. Introduced in 2001 to compete with compact SUVs such as the Toyota RAV4 and Honda CR-V, it did not arrive in the Canadian market until 2004. It will be sold in the United States in 2008 when the X-Trail is redesigned
The Nissan X-Trail is a compact SUV sold in Japan, Europe, Canada, Mexico, Malaysia, India, Taiwan, Saudi Arabia, Singapore,South Africa, Thailand, New Zealand and Australia by Nissan. The company currently offers a hydrogen fuel cell model on lease to businesses, the X-Trail FCV. In North America, it is positioned below the truck based Xterra. Introduced in 2001 to compete with compact SUVs such as the Toyota RAV4 and Honda CR-V, it did not arrive in the Canadian market until 2004. It will be sold in the United States in 2008 when the X-Trail is redesigned