The Nissan X-Trail is the perfect crossover for family adventures, and a new special version boosts that to a thrilling new level. An unusual extra feature has been added to the car’s specification, allowing customers to create lasting memories of their ex
After exactly 30 years away from the public eye, Nissan has brought one of its most iconic motorsport machines back to life. The stunning 1987 Nissan Patrol Fanta Limon Paris-Dakar rally car has been fully restored to its former glory, and made an emotiona
Nissan has launched a powerful new larger-capacity diesel engine for its flagship X-Trail crossover. The 2.0-litre unit is available to order now, and first deliveries are due to arrive with customers early in the new year.
Driving today can be challenging. The roads are busy, squeezing through gaps takes pinpoint judgement and car parking spaces can be tricky to get in and out of. That’s why Nissan has launched the Nissan Vision range – four special editions with advanced te
The advice from skincare experts at this time of year is to slap on the SPF 50 sun cream to protect your skin from the sun’s harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays. That’s not practical with the body panels of a Nissan crossover… and it’s also not necessary.
You wouldn’t put your car in a dishwasher, but that’s exactly what Nissan does with every new model it launches. Of course, you can’t fit an actual Qashqai crossover in a kitchen appliance… which is why Nissan’s European Technical Centre has a scaled-up ve
Nissan’s advanced technology and future innovation will be in the spotlight at this year’s Geneva Motor Show as Nissan unveils its Intelligent Mobility vision for the very first time and invites its IDS Concept to the stand for its European debut.
Looking for love this Valentine’s Day? Find yourself making eye contact with a Nissan driver at the traffic lights? It could be the start of a beautiful relationship, according to research from one of the world’s most iconic universities.
The X-Trail combines Nissan's acclaimed 4x4 heritage with fresh ideas and technologies inspired by the brand's ground-breaking crossover models. Together they form a car that redefines the compact SUV segment.
Back in 2002, a 25 strong project team from across Nissan's product planning, engineering, design and business development departments ventured to Nissan's technical centre in Japan for a twelve-month project to develop the next generation Nissan Almera.