SEATTLE – Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. says it has no plans to bring the X-Trail compact SUV to the U.S., despite the auto maker’s efforts to bolster its light-truck lineup here in recent years and the spate of small SUVs now on the market. ’05 Nissan X-Trail The X-Trail, sold in Canada, as well as in Mexico, parts of Europe and Asia, is too similar to the Xterra SUV in both image and size for U.S. buyers, officials say. But its addition to the Canadian lineup is in keeping with a rash of ...

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