The Nissan X-Trail will be the new “King” leading the SUV/crossover segment in America.
According to statistics from Nissan, in the first six months of the year, the Japanese company delivered 195,689 units of X-Trail/Rogue, 8,433 units comfortably more than the Honda CR-V which has led the segment in the US for five years. And certainly, the X-Trail/Rouge left other contenders like the Toyota RAV4, Ford Escape, Ford Explorer, Chevrolet Equinox and Jeep Grand Cherokee far behind.
In the first six months of the year, the Japanese company delivered 195,689 units of X-Trail/Rogue
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It is reported that Nissan sold out a total of 34,349 models of X-Trail/Rouge in the US market in June, recording an increase of 17% over the same period last year. As a result, the Nissan X-Trail/Rouge continues to top the chart in the list of best-selling SUV and crossover of the year.
It is reported that Nissan sold out a total of 34,349 models of X-Trail/Rouge in the US market in June
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One of the reasons for Nissan’s success in the last six months is that the X-Trail has no longer fought against the CR-V alone. More specifically, the newly launched 2017 Rogue Sport, America’s version of the Qashqai will stand with the standard Rouge in this battle to contribute to the total sales of the X-Trail/Rogue in America.
The X-Trail has no longer fought against the CR-V alone
With all the success in 2017, we can confidently expect a bolder Nissan X-Trail in the next years.
2018 Honda CR-V vs 2018 Nissan X-Trail