Nissan is starting the new decade with the launch of a tech and design edition on its core models Qashqai and X-Trail. Called N-TEC, this special version will “upscale the range, with an exclusive, luxury look”. All of the models feature “unique, sleek, black external styling additions, so customers can begin the 2020s at the wheel of their sophisticated N-TEC Qashqai or X-Trail”.
The Nissan X-Trail is now available with a range of upgrades. The changes include a redesign of the exterior, a higher-quality interior, additional practicality for owners and new technologies to make life on the road safer
Nissan has launched a more powerful, larger-capacity diesel engine for its flagship X-Trail crossover
To celebrate the adventurous spirit of Nissan’s X-Trail, the auto manufacturer has created ‘The Five Elements of Adventure’, a stunning documentary film set in the extreme and surreal landscapes of Nepal.
If you’ve missed out on any of the news this week, now is your chance to catch up – here’s our weekend round-up for the week of Monday 9th to Friday 13th February 2015.
As we enter the final ’14 furlong, Diesel Car brings you this week’s news round-up, for the week of 1st – 5th December 2014.
To celebrate the launch of the Nissan X-Trail, hopeful entrants across Europe submitted their ‘Adventure Selfies’ online for their chance to win the ‘Ultimate Himalayan Adventure’.
The all-new Nissan X-Trail has scored a maximum five-star safety rating by independent safety organisation EuroNCAP. The result follows similar five-star scores for the new Qashqai, making Nissan’s crossover range one of safest and protective in the business.
Nissan has announced full pricing and specifications for the all-new X-Trail – the stylish and dynamic model that will reaffirm the brand’s command of the crossover segment when it arrives in UK showrooms this July.
Nissan is embarking on a social adventure to crowd-source a name for its new “amber” paint option on the all-new X-Trail, the latest addition to its crossover range.