The first-generation X-Trail uses the Nissan FF-S platform, shared with the Nissan Almera and the Nissan Primera. The X-Trail was only sold in Canada for the 2005.
The Nissan X-Trail is a compact crossover SUV produced by the Japanese automaker Nissan since 2001. It is Nissan's first crossover SUV and was released at the same time as several companies introduced car-based compact SUVs including Ford with their Escape and its Mazda Tribute sibling, Hyundai with their Santa Fe and GM with their Pontiac Aztek. The X-Trail is positioned below the truck-based Xterra and Pathfinder. The second-generation X-Trail, launched in 2007, did not arrive to Canada and United States, where it was replaced by the Rogue. The Rogue shares the same platform as the second-generation X-Trail and is very similar to the Qashqai. The company currently offers a hydrogen fuel cell model named the X-Trail FCV on lease to businesses.
|Classification||Feature||X-Trail-Comfort||X Pecial||Trail Elegance|
|Overall Width (mm)||-||-||-|
|Overall Height (mm)||1675||1675||1675|
|Wheel Base (mm)||2625||2625||2625|
|Engine||No. of Cylinders||4||4||4|
|Max Power (ps @ rpm)||136@4000||136@4000||136@4000|
|Max Torque (kgm @ rpm)||307@2000||307@2000||307@2000|
||215/65 R16||215/65 R16||215/65 R16|
|Brakes||Front||Ventilated discs||Ventilated Discs||Ventilated discs|
|Suspensions||Front||MacPherson struts, aluminum transverse link||MacPherson struts, aluminum transverse link||MacPherson struts, aluminum transverse link|
|Rear||Paralles link strut type coil spring||Paralles link strut type coil spring||Paralles link strut type coil spring|
|Rear -Shock Absorbers|
|Capacity||Seeting||5 Person||5 Person||5 Person|
|Fuel Tank||60 (liter)||60 (liter)||60 (liter)|