Nissan X-Trail alternatives
Latest model: Nissan X-Trail 2011
From September 2010, consumers of the Nissan X-trail SUV will benefit from a series of extensive upgrades to maintain its position in the SUV segment as one of the few, versatile and agile four-wheel drive cars on the European sphere.
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Already well regarded for its durability, convenience, practicality and comfort, the changes refresh Nissan X-trail's look styling; enhance the dashboard perceived class and functionality, as well as mechanical and aerodynamic changes. These revisions contribute to Nissan X-trail's enhanced economy and CO2 output.
The most obvious changes have been made to the frontal parameter of Nissan X-trail which emphasize a feeling of integration to the vehicle body, with completely refactored grille, headlights and bumper assembly. Directly from the front, the more sophisticated, technical look makes the vehicle exterior more dynamic. The grille is of higher class and flows down into the bumper assembly. The lower part of the bumper is angled outwards, suggesting a wider track and more solid stance.
The grille retains the twin angled struts either side of the Nissan logo, which is a signature found on Nissan's SUV range globally.