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redesigned rear bumpers and alloy wheels, plus there’s a
choice of three new colours.
With an overall length of 4690mm and a wheelbase of
2705mm, it’s 225mm longer than the XV but only 40mm longer
between the wheels, so the difference in interior space isn’t as
big as the numbers and its physical presence suggest. Where
there’s an advantage is with Nissan’s second-row seating
system – that’s a 40/20/40 split-fold that can slide fore and aft.
Combined with a front passenger seat that can fold rearwards,
it means you can carry objects like ladders up to 2440mm long.
Base and mid-spec 2WD X-Trails can also be optioned as
seven seaters. When we last looked at a seven-seat version we
noted that the third row was suited for small children only, and
even the second row seats had to slide forward so it could be
used. This is still true for the revised model, but its interior,
which includes a revised centre console and D-shaped leather
steering wheel, works well ergonomically, even if it doesn’t have
the XV’s wow factor. The seats are firmer than those in the XV
but just as comfortable – and you won’t hear any complaints
from the second row in winter, with heated seats an option.
At $44,290, the Ti variant should come with a lot of kit and
buyers likely won’t be disappointed. Highlights are adaptive
front lights, a heated steering wheel, heated rear seats, a
motion-sensing tailgate, eight-speaker Bose audio system,
and a 360-degree camera.
Powering the Ti is a 126kW/226Nm 2.5 -litre four-cylinder
engine and CVT combination. There’s a smaller 2.0 -litre and
all-new diesel, but the larger petrol remains the favourite
among buyers. Performance is on par with the XV and the extra
torque over the XV is welcome, helping overcome the X-Trail’s
90kg additional weight. Its handling through winding roads is
not as taut and responsive as the XV’s , and at low speed the
larger turning circle reiterates the X-Trail’s larger physical size.
The Subaru XV feels similar to the Impreza sedan/hatch and is
simply more car-like than the Nissan X-Trail, which is a more
traditional SUV with a less dynamically cohesive package. While
the X-Trail’s on-road ability is above average in the class and its
extensive model line-up should satisfy every type of buyer, the
XV 2.0i -S has a clear price advantage. If you don’t need the
space or off-road agility, the XV might be just the ticket.
The X-Trail’s traditional SUV
shape means more space...
And a D-shaped steering
wheel is a highlight.
The XV’s wide boot aperture
And the interior offers
a real wow factor.
The Subaru XV is simply more
car-like than the Nissan X-Trail
Notice of Annual General Meeting 2017
Notice is given that the 2017 Annual General Meeting of Members of the National Roads and Motorists’ Association Limited
(ABN 77 000 010 506) (‘NRMA’ or ‘the Company’) will be held at NEX. Exhibition & Convention Centre (NEX), corner King Street
& Union Street, Newcastle West, New South Wales (and via the online portal referred to under the heading “virtual attendance at
the AGM” below) on Friday, 3 November 2017 at 10.30am.
Agenda – Friday 3 November 2017
9.30am Registration opens
10.30am Annual General Meeting opens
• Welcome to Members by the Execitive GM Motoring
• Chair’s address
• CEO’s address
• Items of Business & Members’ questions
Please join the Board and Management for light refreshments
after the meeting.
Financial statements and reports
To receive and consider the Financial Report of the Company and its
controlled entities and the reports of the Directors and the Auditors in
respect of the financial year ended 30 June, 2017.
Dated at Sydney on 30 August, 2017
By Order of the Board of Directors
Virtual attendance at the AGM
Members can attend the meeting in person at NEX, or alternatively,
attend and participate in the meeting from any other place virtually
via an online portal available by clicking
If you would like to attend and participate virtually, via the online
portal, you can ask questions as well as see and hear proceedings
during the meeting.
More information about virtual attendance (including how to ask your
questions) is set out in the AGM Online Portal Guide available in the
AGM section of the NRMA website at mynrma.com.au/agm. You will
be able to test your web browser from 10:00am to ensure that you
can see and hear proceedings.
A video of the meeting will also be available after the meeting at
Attending the meeting at the official venue
NEX. Exhibition & Convention Centre
Corner King Street & Union Street,
Newcastle West, 2302, New South Wales
How business will be conducted at the meeting
• Under the Corporations Act 2001 (Act), the Directors are required
to lay before the meeting the Financial Report and associated
reports of the Directors and the Auditors for the financial year
ended 30 June 2017. No resolution is required for this item of
business. However, Members will have an opportunity at the
meeting to ask questions about, or make comments on, these
reports and the management of the Company.
• The Company’s Auditors will also be available to take Members’
questions about the conduct of the audit, the Auditors’ report,
the Company’s accounting policies and the independence of the
Auditors in relation to the conduct of their audit.
A Member who is entitled to attend and vote at the meeting has the
right to appoint a proxy to attend and vote instead of the Member.
A proxy need not be a Member of the Company and may be
an individual or a body corporate.
No proxy form is enclosed with this Notice of Meeting as there
are no resolutions on which to vote. However, if you wish to
lodge a proxy you can do so by:
Lodging a Proxy online
Access the Company’s website at mynrma.com.au/agm and follow
Lodging a Proxy by post
Contact the AGM Information Line on 1800 285 677,
and a proxy form will be sent to you.
Proxies must be received by the Returning Officer by no later
than 10.30am (Sydney time) on Wednesday, 1 November 2017.
NEX is part of Wests City, located in the heart of Newcastle. It is
serviced by a range of public transport and is located in the harbour
city precinct on the corner of King Street and Union Street. Parking is
available on-site with 140 spaces including disabled parking.
If coming by train, get off at Broadmeadow station and take a bus to
NEX. The bus takes about 17 minutes from Broadmeadow station.
The closest stop to NEX is Union Street, opposite Hunter Street.
For bus or train timetables, call the Transport Infoline on 131 500 or
Questions from Members
Members who may prefer to submit questions in advance are invited to
do so. You can submit your questions:
• Online via the AGM Online Platform
• Questions will not be responded to on an individual basis
• Email email@example.com
• Facsimile to (02) 9287 0309
• Post to Locked Bag A14, Sydney South NSW 1235
Written questions in advance must be received by 10am on
Friday, 27 October 2017.
29/8/17 3:50 pm
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