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FOUR STARS FOR NISSAN X-TRAIL IN EURO NCAP TEST

FOUR STARS FOR NISSAN X-TRAIL IN EURO NCAP TEST

TRAPPES, France (Nov. 28, 2007) - Nissan Motor Co.’s brand new X-TRAIL SUV was awarded four stars out of a maximum five for adult, as well as child, occupant protection by the European New Car Assessment Programme (Euro NCAP).

 

Following the safety lead set by the Nissan Qashqai - which received the highest score for adult occupant protection ever by the independent crash test organization - the X-TRAIL scored especially well in child protection, underlining its role as an ideal family vehicle. X-TRAIL is one of only two vehicles on record to score 43 points for child protection, the maximum yet achieved in Euro NCAP tests.

 

The vehicle also scored maximum points in side impact and pole crash tests for adult protection.

 

X-TRAIL, which is manufactured at Nissan’s plant in Kyushu, Japan, has active and passive safety equipment including front, side and curtain airbags.

 

The second generation X-TRAIL was introduced in Europe in June 2007. Among its features are greater interior space than its predecessor, great comfort and a wider choice of engine options. It also features Nissan’s latest electronically-controlled four-wheel drive system, making X-TRAIL far more capable off-road than many of its SUV rivals.

 

For photos of X-TRAIL, go to www.nissaneurope-newsbureau.com

 

CONTACT:

Mia Nielsen

Design & Technology Communications

Nissan Europe

+33-(0)1-30-13-66-44

mnielsen@nissan-europe.com

 

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