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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...

Nissan Hi-Cross Concept - Next-gen X-Trail

The Nissan Hi-Cross Concept has been unveiled at the Geneva motor show, giving a glimpse of what the next-generation Nissan X-Trail is expected to look like. The Hi-Cross Concept is a hybrid at its core, making use of Nissan LEAF's battery and electric drive technology coupled with a 2.0-litre direct-injection petrol engine, which Nissan says combines to bring the performance of a 2...

2011 Nissan X-Trail 2WD launched in Australia

Nissan Australia has released the 2011 Nissan X-Trail 2WD in an attempt to appeal to a new customer base in the compact SUV market. With an introductory starting price of $27,990 driveaway for the entry-level ST manual 2WD, the new model is the least expensive X-Trail ever offered in Australia...

2010 Nissan X-Trail update

Nissan Australia has released the updated 2010 Nissan X-Trail soft-roader. It comes with styling changes, engine revisions which provide improved fuel economy and more equipment and comfort offered inside. There's a price drop for most variants, too. The new Nissan X-Trail has received obvious styling changes to the front bumper bar and headlight design, incorporating clearer more powerful Xenon bulbs in the Ti petrol and TL diesel models...

2011 Nissan X-Trail unveiled in Japan, confirmed for Australia in Q4

Nissan has unveiled a facelifted version of its 2011 Nissan X-Trail for the Japanese market with fresh exterior styling, an upgraded trip computer and a new hill control system among the highlights. Nissan Australia spokesman Jeff Fisher said he expected the Australian-specification X-Trail update (based on the Japanese vehicle) to debut at the Australian International Motor Show in Sydney in October...

Nissan X-Trail Review and Road Test

2009 Nissan X-Trail Ti Review & Road Test A steady performer that stands the test of time Model Tested: 2009 Nissan X-Trail Ti; 2.5-litre DOHC four-cylinder; six-speed automatic; wagon - $42,490* Options: None fitted CarAdvice Rating: By Nadine Armstrong With its heated leather seats, a bright and voluminous cabin, an extremely versatile cargo space and four-wheel-drive off-road credentials, the X-Trail is angling for an over-achiever award - on paper at least...

Nissan releases X-Trail "Adventure" edition

Nissan has added a special "Adventure" edition to its award winning X-Trail range. The limited production X-Trail Adventure Edition is based on an enhanced X-Trail ST 2.5-litre petrol model and offers a choice of either six-speed manual or CVT automatic transmission. Only 600 units will be available in Australia in three colors, Platinum, White Diamond and the new exclusive color Burning Red...

2008 Nissan X-TRAIL diesel

Nissan Australia has today announced turbo diesel versions of the X-TRAIL are coming to Australia, with sales commencing from late July. Nissan says the diesel variants are a result of strong customer enquiries since the new X-TRAIL launched in October last year...

All-New Nissan X-Trail

The all-new MY07 Nissan X-Trail continues the styling themes set by the previous generation, but is now larger in all dimensions, offering improved refinement, comfort, safety and quality in a practical package. A first for the new X-Trail is the inclusion of an optional stepless CVT automatic transmission that not only improves driveability in all situations but also helps reduce fuel consumption...

2007 Nissan X-Trail

The X-trail has been one of Nissan's few success stories, Nissan's current model X-Trail is the current market leader in its segment and with that in mind Nissan has been working hard on the new one, which was revealed at the 2007 Geneva Motor Show. The new model should be here towards the end of the year...