Nissan X-Trail grille guards and bull bars are a perfect way to protect the front end of your SUV from unwanted surprises. Whether you are driving in the city, or wheeling along a countryside dirt road, a grille guard keeps your bumper, grille and even headlights away from trouble. But many owners think that grille guards look too bulky for their compact SUV. If style is your primary concern, you will definitely appreciate our choice of the Nissan X-Trail bull bars. But it doesn’t mean that bull bars are not practical. They also provide a good protection and are a perfect place for installation of auxiliary lights. All our Nissan X-Trail bull bars and grille guards feature easy bolt on installation.
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They are functional, they are tough, and they look good. The grill guards and bull bars that are collected on our digital shelves are ready to shield the front-end of your vehicle, your passengers and you against all the hazards that road has in store for you. Skillfully manufactured from the first-class materials, they will provide the highest level of protection and security in any conditions. To make the final decision, check 2 grill guard and bull bar reviews with an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars, and choose the accessory that is perfect for your vehicle.
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Posted by Allen F.
"The installation instructions were in Spanish only. The hex head screws that held the grill to the support bracket were poor quality. The head stripped before they were tight. Buy 2 - 1/4" x 1/2" long bolts before you start assembling. Use the existing nuts. Have a ratcheting box wrench 5/8" SAE or metric equivalent available to attach bracket to the vehicle. The brackets fit perfectly and there was enough adjustment room to get the bar adjusted to my liking. No cutting of the fascia of the vehicle was required. Working space was tight and there was no room to use a ratchet when installing the brackets on the vehicle. I was able to install it without help, but it took several hours due to my physical limitations. A ratcheting box wrench would have saved me about an hour."