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Top 10 hottest cars of 2015 to date

What new vehicles have grown in registrations the most in 2015 so far? If you’re in the market for a new car, SUV and commercial, it can be valuable to know. After all, cars in hot demand might just be harder to haggle on than those that are struggling against rivals. Then again, they might be flying in the sales race precisely because they’re so affordable...

Nissan X-Trail Hybrid revealed in Japan

The Nissan X-Trail Hybrid has been announced overnight ahead of its launch in Japan next month. The X-Trail Hybrid is almost identical to the regular, non-hybrid variants on the outside, with its ‘X-Trail Hybrid’ badges on the front doors and the tailgate the most obvious visual distinguishers...

2014 Nissan X-Trail diesel pricing and specifications

The new diesel versions of the Nissan X-Trail medium SUV have gone on sale, with pricing starting from $35,380 - undercutting key rivals such as the Mazda CX-5, Honda CR-V and Subaru Forester. The pricing puts the diesel X-Trail at the pointy end of the field, though it applies to a front-drive version rather than an all-wheel drive powertrain as is seen in the CX-5, CR-V, Forester, Outlander, Kuga, RAV4, Sportage, ix35 - in fact, just about every model out there except the Renault Koleos...

2014 Nissan X-Trail : The Quick Guide

The third-generation Nissan X-Trail is now on sale in Australia starting at $27,990. The 2014 X-Trail is built on the Renault-Nissan Alliance’s new Common Module Platform, which is longer, wider and taller than the old model, but also offers, for the first time, a seven-seat option that effectively replaces the outgoing Nissan Dualis+2...

2014 Nissan X-Trail : Pricing and specifications

The 2014 Nissan X-Trail will cost from $27,990 when it goes on sale in March, and from $31,580 for the first versions of the compact SUV to be offered with seven seats. Nissan Australia today announced detailed pricing and specifications for the third generation of the X-Trail that debuted in 2001 and has since gone on to make about 140,000 sales locally...

2014 Nissan X-Trail: softer styling and seven seats for third-gen SUV

The all-new 2014 Nissan X-Trail will feature crossover-inspired styling, innovative chassis and cabin technologies and the option of third-row seating when it goes on sale globally from July next year. Taking design cues from Nissan's Juke, Dualis and Murano crossovers, the third-generation X-Trail trades the boxy styling of its predecessors for a softer, more rounded appearance...

Nissan X-Trail: softer-styled SUV here in mid 2014

The all-new Nissan X-Trail has been spied undergoing hot-weather testing in Death Valley, California ahead of its anticipated unveiling in the coming months and local launch in mid 2014. While the prototype's body panels are camouflaged by heavy plastic cladding, a lighter wrap at the front and rear gives us a detailed look at the lights, bumpers and radiator grille of the third-generation X-Trail...

Nissan offers end of financial year deals across four models

Nissan Australia has announced a range of end of financial year deals across four of its most popular models, including the Pulsar sedan, Dualis, X-Trail and Navara, until the end of June. The 96kW/174Nm 1.8-litre four-cylinder Nissan Pulsar sedan ST manual is available now for $49 per week with a 2...

Nissan Navara ST-X Blackline Edition headlines local specials line-up

The Nissan Navara ST-X Blackline Edition has been launched at $54,888 driveaway, headlining four new special editions from the Japanese manufacturer. Based on the $56,990 Nissan Navara 4x4 ST-X Dual Cab model with its 170kW/550Nm 3...

Nissan X-Trail: patent images reveal crossover styling for third-gen SUV

A set of leaked patent images has given us our best look yet at the design of the all-new third-generation Nissan X-Trail SUV. The images – which first appeared on Chinese website AutoSohu – reveal a design almost identical to the Nissan Hi-Cross concept that debuted at last year’s Geneva motor show...

Nissan X-Trail recall: over 8000 vehicles with potential fire risk fault

A recall of more than 8000 Nissan X-Trail models has been issued due to a potential clearance issue with a piece of engine bay insulation that could lead to a fire. The official Nissan X-Trail recall notice, published on the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) website, explains that the lower front bulkhead insulator in 8136 T31 X-Trail’s built between 21 December 2006 and 27 April 2012, may suffer from warping resulting in insufficient clearance to the turbocharger...