Click here to read the entire story from Times OnlineHow do you replace a car when your customers tell you they like it just the way it is? That’s the challenge that Nissan grappled with as it set out to replace its successful X-Trail four-wheel drive, a medium scale off-roader that’s an alternative to the Land Rover Freelander, Honda CR-V and Toyota RAV4. Some 50,000 have found homes in Britain in the past six years, while worldwide Nissan has sold more than 800,000.
Buyers liked several key things about the original X-Trail...
By Richard Bremner