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Do you want to freak out your balikbayan relative who has long grown accustomed to the rather “civilized” manner of driving in the Western world?
Manila, Philippines – Three years after its local launch, the Nissan X-TRAIL continues to offer an unparalleled experience for adventure-seeking families thanks to new enhancements and Nissan Intelligent Mobility technologies. Nissan Philippines, Inc. has released an enhanced version of the popular compact crossover with new Nissan Intelligent Mobility features and styling upgrades to enhance its […]
The system works at cruising speed when the road is clear but is equally competent in congested stop-start situations when traffic is backed up.
Nissan is launching a smaller version of the Rogue (aka X-Trail) crossover to appeal to those wanting a more compact vehicle. The shorter and presumably nimbler Rogue Sport features two rows of seats to the X-Trail’s three rows. Nissan is zeroing in on singles and couples without kids, including empty nesters. Here’s the news from Nissan: The […]
Roughly 280 kilometers in six hours covering Manila to the City of Pines, making the push from 16 meters all the way to 1,500 meters above sea level, the all-new Nissan X-Trail made a remarkable debut on the streets of the Philippines, ahead of its highly-anticipated release this month via X-odus, the X-citing X-Trail X-perience.
Nissan is one of the fastest-growing automotive brands in China, with several factories in the country. That was made apparent at the sizeable Nissan booth at Auto China in Beijing. The company launched its Lannia concept for the “Post ’80s” generation. It was presented by chief planning officer Andy Palmer, the No. 3 in Nissan’s top management. “Lannia Concept joins our growing family of China-focused models,” Palmer said. “It was designed by Chinese, built by Chinese for the Chinese people and, ultimately, for the world.” The name sounds like the Chinese lan niao or Bluebird.