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2004 X-Trail Finally Goes on Sale

Tue, 09 Dec 2003
It's been a long wait, but been worth it. The 2004 Nissan X-Trail is now on sale and availabe from Nissan dealers.

Apart from the minor facelift, the big news is more power from the 2.2 diesel. This now pumps out 136PS, with a corresponding 16.3% hike in torque, yet official EC fuel consumption remains 39.2mpg combines and CO2 emissions stay at 190g/km. More power shaves several seconds off the 0-60 time, bringine it down to 11.2 seconds, and adding 10mph to the top speed.

List prices are:

2.0SE 5-speed manual: £16,995
2.5 Sport 5-speed manual: £18,995
2.5 Sport 4-speed auto: £19,995
2.5 SVE 5-speed manual: £10,895
2.5 SVE 4-speed auto: £21,895
2.5 T-Spec 5-speed manual: £22,595
2.5 T-Spec 4-speed auto: £23,595
2.2 dCi 136 SE 6-speed manual: £18,395
2.2 dCi 136 Sport 6-speed manual: £19,795
2.2 dCi 136 SVE 6-speed manual: £21,695
2.2 dCi 136 T-Spec 6-speed manual: £23,395

Best model and best value spec remains the 2.2 dCi 6-speed Sport.

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