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Nissan hopes to capture lost ground with the third-generation, 2017 edition of its flagship SUV, X-Trail. The Japanese auto maker is likely to launch the facelifted X-Trail Hybrid in India early next year, based on the model showcased at the 2016 Indian Auto Expo. The SUV is likely carry the same underpinnings and shares its platform with the Nissan Qashqai, which is also expected to come to India in 2017. ...
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