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Nissan updates X-Trail

From October, buyers of Nissan's X-Trail will benefit from a series of updates. 

The most obvious changes have been made to the frontal aspect of X-Trail, with a redesigned grille, headlights and bumper assembly.

At the rear, the X-Trail’s vertical lights have been updated to incorporate LED light technology for the running lights and braking, improving visibility and safety.

The indicator is incorporated into the lower portion of the light assembly, with the running/brake lights to the outside of it.

There are also bigger wheels, with a ten-spoke 18” alloy wheel design, which is also wider, now up to 225/55/18.

The X-Trail’s overall length has increased by 10mm as a result of the redesigned front end, while the height and width also increase by 10mm due to the increase in tyre width and diameter.

Vincent Wijnen vice president, sales and marketing, Nissan Europe, said: “All of these changes will reinforce the X-Trail as one of the few genuine compact SUVs which can just as comfortably tackle the demands of everyday family life, as it can a muddy, slippery track when it transports a family for a weekend of adventure. X-Trail customers love it for its ease and convenience of daily use, no matter what situation they find themselves in. With these revisions to Nissan’s X-Trail, there is even more to love about X-Trail.”

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