With modular platforms, you have a lot of freedom to play around with the structure, so wheelbase is no longer a reliable indicator of platform origins.
It is said that Venucia faced a lot of consumer dissatisfaction with the T70 and T90, both of which have been based on the Nissan C platform of the old J10 Qashqai/T31 X-Trail. With the makeover in late 2017, the T70 was moved to the CMF-C/D platform of the new J11 Qashqai/T32 X-Trail.
I have a correction to make. New info has come to light that indicates the T60 is actually based on the Alliance B platform, not the newer, modular CMF-B. It will move to the CMF architecture with the next generation.
The global Kicks (except Indian-spec) is built on the Alliance V (often referred to as "Versatile") platform, which was a further development of the B. Another fork is the B0 platform used by some low-cost Dacia, Renault, Nissan and Lada vehicles.