47Nissan X-Trail

Nissan X-Trail

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47Nissan X-Trail
3.9

401 reviews

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Build Quality
4.0
Value for Money
4.1
Cleaning & Maintenance
4.2
Noise Level
3.7
Braking
4.2
Acceleration / Power
3.8
Gear Shifting
4.0
Suspension
4.1
Fuel Efficiency
3.9
Handling
4.0
Interior Design
4.1
Boot Size
4.4
Comfort
4.2
Features
4.0

Reviews

401 reviews
Paul B.
Paul B.Greater Melbourne (Outer), VIC
  X-Trail T33 Ti

Fantastic Car

I bought my X-trail from Ferntree Gully Nissan in October 2023. This is my 2nd new X-trail and it is great. The car is quiet, best of all, it is extremely well built. The X- trail as far as I'm concerned is a great all round car. I certainly would recommend the car to anyone who wants a reliable and comfortable vehicle.
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Linda F.
Linda F.Darling Downs, QLD2 posts
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Graham B.
Graham B.Canberra 2600, ACT
  X-Trail T33 Ti
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KimPerth, WA48 posts
  X-Trail T33 Ti-L

Fantastic SUV

We've had our X Trail for a number of months now and just love it. It's top of the range but not electrical which we costed out and it wasn't to our benefit.
It's so comfortable to ride in and it's nice a quiet inside.
We've found no issues. Show details
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Merinda
MerindaMaylands2 posts
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Miles S
Miles SPerth, WA38 posts
  Verified X-Trail T32.II Ti
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Cameron
CameronSydney, NSW131 posts
  X-Trail T33 Ti-L
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Ole M8Central Highlands and Goldfields, VIC24 posts
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Inspections a Must

My Customer purchased this
2003 Nissan XTRAIL
she has had for approximately 3MTH,s has had a few issues
First off I'm a qualified motor mechanic and have a good 45+years experience
Basically it hasn't been serviced regularly and has deteriorated,
Head gasket week 1,due to radiator tank cranked
Week 3 Transmission just broke in the middle of a roundabout
They do break drive steel belts in the box common issues

Week 6 heater core,coolant leaking internally on the floor

Poor lady it happens, you can buy a lemon on this occasion
My advice would be to have the vehicle what ever your purchasing inspected by a qualified mechanic vehicle tester to give you a full report Thanks and Best of luck on your next vehicle Show details

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T.MckayGreater Melbourne (Outer), VIC27 posts
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slexx f.
slexx f.Greater Melbourne (Outer), VIC
  T31

decent car if you are not a person who repairs own cars

dont bother buying any xtrail if you are a handy man my father owns one not the easiest car to repair sensors are quite common to go on these cars
good luck if you have a crank angle sensor to replace its at the back of the engine quite expensive to have a mechanic replace replaced my fathers very painful job such a nightmare cv joints are prone to fail all the time stay away pos to be honest Show details
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Cameron
CameronSydney, NSW131 posts
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PerthPerth, WA2 posts
  T32.II ST

The car I cannot wait to part with!

Unfortunately my Nissan X Trail 2020 model failed to deliver on comfort, fuel economy and extras and I cannot wait to part with it.

Whilst the size is good on the inside of the car and boot, there is little else I have been impressed with.

I feel Nissan stripped the car of all added extras such as seat adjuster on the side of the seat.

I purchased the car to drive to work In and use over the weekends, as a result it is used daily.

Our main issue is the poor suspension that we have had checked numerous times and have been advised it is standard and nothing is wrong with it. Most of the family get car sick in this car whilst not in my husbands car, I have also found to to be quiet jerky and far from a smooth drive. Show details

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Rebecca
Rebecca5 posts
  X-Trail T32.II Ti

Nice to drive

The Nissan-Xtrail 2022 . I have just bought this car at one year old. It’s got a sunroof and tan leather seats. Drives lovely. The speakers have lovely sound. The aircon and blue tooth all work great. Nice amount of room in the boot with separating panels for organisation.
I didn’t want CVT but in the end I got a car with CVT. It makes a little more noise but the CVT is not too bad in this car. Overall it’s a nice drive. Show details
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John ScottTIMBOON15 posts
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roshni m.
roshni m.Greater Melbourne (Metropolitan), VIC
  X-Trail T32.II ST-L

X-trail - not happy

Brought a brand new Nissan X-Trail in 2019. They only gave 3years warranty. Car just under 50 thousand kilometres and Lots of money I have spent on the car. I couldn’t fix few other ones as it was too expensive.
1) car’s electric seat motors failed. Not moving forward and back. Not repaired as it’s cost is too high.
2) car not reading key- not able to start. Called breakdown to take to repairer
3) unable to unlock steering wheel. Called breakdown to take to repairer
4) having suspension issue which is not repaired as it was too expensive.
Never recommend Nissan to anyone. Show details

Questions & Answers

VPB
VPB · X-Trail T33 Ti-L (Petrol) (2022-2024)

when using remote start, the car's HVAC docent turn on, is there a setting that I am missing

Alanah W.
Alanah W. · T30 (2001-2007)

I have metal to metal sound in my Nissan X-Trail 2002 model wondering what that could mean

Ken B.
Ken B. · T31 (2008-2013)

2008 xtrail 2lt, diesel, keyless entry and start.
No previous problem, it will not start, engine turns over but does not fire up, my thoughts the car and keys have lost communication, what can I do to rectify this, if this is not the problem what else do I look for, nissn dealership has no idea so far.

ben dover
ben dover  

have you tried changing the batteries in the remote. if that is not the problem the keys have lost communication you need to take the to Nissan & get the key reprogrammed. or replaced

Ken B.
Ken B.  

Thank Ben, nissan main dealer telling me its the timing chain, I already suggested key lost connection they saying don't think so

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CategorySUVs / 4WDs and Midsize / Medium SUVsSUVs / 4WDs, Electric Cars and Midsize / Medium SUVsSUVs / 4WDs and Midsize / Medium SUVsSUVs / 4WDs and Large / 7 Seater SUVs
Starting Price $57,950$59,210$54,800$44,154
Warranty Distance Unlimited kmsUnlimited kmsUnlimited kmsUnlimited kms
TransmissionContinuously Variable (CVT)AutomaticContinuously Variable (CVT)Continuously Variable (CVT)
Drive TypeFour Wheel Drive (4WD)Four Wheel Drive (4WD)Four Wheel Drive (4WD)Four Wheel Drive (4WD)
Fuel TypePetrolElectric, Hybrid and PetrolPetrolPetrol
Wheels19" Alloy19" Alloy19" Alloy17" Alloy
Doors 4444
Seats 5557
Fuel Consumption7.8 L/100km6.1 L/100km7.8 L/100km7.8 L/100km
Fuel Tank Capacity 55 L55 L55 L55 L
Engine2.5 Litre DOHC 16-valve direct injection I-4 petrol enginee-POWER with 1.5 Litre 16-valve direct injection 3 cylinder petrol engine2.5 Litre DOHC 16-valve direct injection I-4 petrol engine2.5 Litre DOHC 16-valve direct injection I-4 petrol engine
Max Power135kW @ 6000rpm106kW @ 4,400rpm135kW @ 6000rpm135kW @ 6000rpm
Max Torque244Nm @ 3,600rpm250Nm @ 2,400rpm244Nm @ 3,600rpm244Nm @ 3,600rpm
Boot Capacity585 L575 L585 L465 L
Country of ManufactureJapanJapanJapanJapan
Maximum Towing Capacity (braked)2,000 kg1,650 kg2,000 kg2,000 kg
Maximum Towing Capacity (unbraked)750 kg750 kg750 kg750 kg
Manufacturer Warranty5 year(s)5 year(s)5 year(s)5 year(s)
Dimensions
Kerb Weight1,672 kg1,903 kg1,668 kg1,643 kg
Ground Clearance205 mm187 mm205 mm205 mm
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