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The Nissan X-Trail crossover is sold in many markets globally, including the United Kingdom, Mexico, Australia, and Japan. The first-generation X-Trail had been available in Canada until it was superseded with its North American alternative – the Rogue. Originally, the two crossovers were loosely similar twins, but starting in the third generation, the Nissan Rogue and X-Trail have been basically the same vehicle. Since its debut in 2000, the Nissan X-Trail underwent a transformation from a compact crossover with quite serious off-road performance to a “soft” family-friendly mid-size hauler that is essentially a Qashqai (Rogue Sport) with more muscles.

The first-gen X-Trail, manufactured from 2000 to 2007, was underpinned by the FF-S platform and offered a choice of three inline-four engines (2.0-liter and 2.5-liter gasoline as well as 2.2-liter diesel). With these engines capable of making 136-165 horsepower and the available AWD, Nissan's X-Trail was adept both in the city and backcountry. The facelift of the 2003 model year brought an even more capable traction system, richer safety equipment, and a few tweaks to its Patrol-derived style. This vehicle was relaunched in 2007 with the debut of its second generation, now based on the C platform. The engine lineup was revised, offering 2.0-liter and 2.5-liter engines with the available turbodiesel. The power output ranged from 150 to 173 bhp. As always, there's an advanced four-wheel drive system that instantly reacts to road irregularities and can even predict the optimal torque distribution between the wheels. Many of the Nissan X-Trail parts and accessories of the exterior were redesigned for a more rugged, off-road appearance. The edges became sharper and the entire front end was heavily revised, featuring a redesigned grille and lighting assembly. Inside, there is a driver-focused, comfort-oriented environment, with a tastefully trimmed steering wheel and dashboard, wide front seats, convenient center console, and other Nissan X-Trail accessories and parts of the interior, all featuring solid build quality.

At the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show, the new generation of Nissan's crossover was introduced, now being longer and fitting into the mid-size crossover class. There's an all-new Common Module Family platform and an all-new appearance, with lots of cues tracing to the Murano, Juke, and Patrol. Europe received the sole engine – a 1.6-liter diesel four paired to a CVT, while other markets benefit from a lineup of bigger I4s, including a hybrid version. As always, in-cabin tech is Nissan's matter of pride, with some new features added to the X-Trail like Active Engine Brake, Active Trace Control, and Active Ride Control, all shared with the Rogue. The current X-Trail offers the Nissan Intelligent Mobility range of technologies that allow for safe and confident driving, including an around-view monitor with Moving Object Detection, intelligent cruise control that monitors the traffic ahead, automatic braking with pedestrian detection, and more. The ProPilot autonomous driving tech is in the offing. The new crossover SUV offers an updated exterior with a bigger "V-motion" corporate grille, sleek forward lighting with LED signature daytime running lights, optional 19'' alloy wheels, and other Nissan X-Trail accessories that make it the most stylish version to date.

Whatever you expect from your Nissan X-TRAIL, a bold look, mind-boggling performance, greater ride comfort, or safer driving, CARiD goes the extra mile to meet all your needs. Our extensive range of premium accessories and parts covers all the bases, whether you want your vehicle to be more powerful, smarter, fun to drive, or just need to restore it to original condition. We know how to throw a classy appeal into your Nissan X-TRAIL and keep it providing the best performance, so trust us and get the greatest bang for the buck!

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The Nissan X-Trail crossover is sold in many markets globally, including the United Kingdom, Mexico, Australia, and Japan. The first-generation X-Trail had been available in Canada until it was superseded with its North American alternative – the Rogue. Originally, the two crossovers were loosely similar twins, but starting in the third generation, the Nissan Rogue and X-Trail have been basically the same vehicle. Since its debut in 2000, the Nissan X-Trail underwent a transformation from a compact crossover with quite serious off-road performance to a “soft” family-friendly mid-size hauler that is essentially a Qashqai (Rogue Sport) with more muscles.

The first-gen X-Trail, manufactured from 2000 to 2007, was underpinned by the FF-S platform and offered a choice of three inline-four engines (2.0-liter and 2.5-liter gasoline as well as 2.2-liter diesel). With these engines capable of making 136-165 horsepower and the available AWD, Nissan's X-Trail was adept both in the city and backcountry. The facelift of the 2003 model year brought an even more capable traction system, richer safety equipment, and a few tweaks to its Patrol-derived style. This vehicle was relaunched in 2007 with the debut of its second generation, now based on the C platform. The engine lineup was revised, offering 2.0-liter and 2.5-liter engines with the available turbodiesel. The power output ranged from 150 to 173 bhp. As always, there's an advanced four-wheel drive system that instantly reacts to road irregularities and can even predict the optimal torque distribution between the wheels. Many of the Nissan X-Trail parts and accessories of the exterior were redesigned for a more rugged, off-road appearance. The edges became sharper and the entire front end was heavily revised, featuring a redesigned grille and lighting assembly. Inside, there is a driver-focused, comfort-oriented environment, with a tastefully trimmed steering wheel and dashboard, wide front seats, convenient center console, and other Nissan X-Trail accessories and parts of the interior, all featuring solid build quality.

At the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show, the new generation of Nissan's crossover was introduced, now being longer and fitting into the mid-size crossover class. There's an all-new Common Module Family platform and an all-new appearance, with lots of cues tracing to the Murano, Juke, and Patrol. Europe received the sole engine – a 1.6-liter diesel four paired to a CVT, while other markets benefit from a lineup of bigger I4s, including a hybrid version. As always, in-cabin tech is Nissan's matter of pride, with some new features added to the X-Trail like Active Engine Brake, Active Trace Control, and Active Ride Control, all shared with the Rogue. The current X-Trail offers the Nissan Intelligent Mobility range of technologies that allow for safe and confident driving, including an around-view monitor with Moving Object Detection, intelligent cruise control that monitors the traffic ahead, automatic braking with pedestrian detection, and more. The ProPilot autonomous driving tech is in the offing. The new crossover SUV offers an updated exterior with a bigger "V-motion" corporate grille, sleek forward lighting with LED signature daytime running lights, optional 19'' alloy wheels, and other Nissan X-Trail accessories that make it the most stylish version to date.

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Nissan X-TRAIL Accessories & Parts Reviews

Average rating:  5  5 - 1 review
5 of 5
Great Fit
Very easy to install.
Posted by Brian Burtch (Sault Ste Marie, ON) / February 28, 20152005 Nissan X-TRAIL
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