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Nissan X-Trail T30

Nissan X-Trail T30 (2001-2007) (page 2 of 4)

4.3 from 77 reviews · View Statistics

Reviews

  • Build Quality
    4.8 (4)
  • Value for Money
    5.0 (4)
  • Cleaning & Maintenance
    5.0 (4)
  • Noise Level
    3.5 (4)
  • Braking
    4.0 (4)
  • Acceleration / Power
    3.5 (4)
  • Gear Shifting
    4.3 (4)
  • Suspension
    4.3 (4)
  • Fuel Efficiency
    3.8 (4)
  • Handling
    3.8 (4)
  • Interior Design
    4.8 (4)
  • Boot Size
    5.0 (4)
  • Comfort
    4.3 (4)
  • Features
    4.5 (4)
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awesome

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it is an awesome car! you should but it as soon as possible. you have to see the inside of the car. WOW ! just WOW ! I was in Brisbane last summer , that is where I drive this car . It is old but it is gold !

Sharlynn-pr85015

Sharlynn-pr85015QLD, 4655

  • 6 reviews

Update after 6 years

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Excellent fuel consumption from the auto. Normally around 8.6 l/100km. Comfortable on long distances. Great tourer. Not sure about the rated 3000kg towing capacity though! (more like 2.5k) 4X4 capability quite acceptable I have no need to climb mountains any more. Paint work will fade like all new cars. reversing lights are poor, even when fitted with stronger bulbs.
Great car. Drives well, comfortable with plenty of space.Fuel consumption. Looks good.
Hate the small instruments on the dash Problem with fuel gague never showing full. Apparently a commom thing for this model.

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Lalistar

Lalistar

  • 13 reviews
  • 4 likes

Reasonably good car

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Adam31
Adam31

+1 on the boot mat. What sort of economy are you getting? I took mine ( 2007 ST-S) to Sydney airport and back with a round trip of 640km and after dong the math it worked out at 8.48L/100.

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Katie1698

Katie1698Melbourne

Best Car I Ever Owned

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brmda623

brmda623AU

  • 10 reviews
  • 8 likes

Great reliable car

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I have a 2007 ti model and I would recommend this to anyone with a family. It has loads of room and is fairly economical on petrol due to the smaller engine size. It faults are in its power and lack of extras. But I have a manual which seems to negate the power issue and the cars features have since been upgraded in later models.
size, price and economy
Power is a bit short. CD play won't play mp3

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xtnath

xtnathFar North Queensland, QLD

  • 3 reviews

The best car I ever owned

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I bought my x trail brand new and had to sell it 200,000. Totally reliable, consistanly getting 8.5L/100km. awesome on fuel for a SUV that size. Handles great, sounds and goes great with a sports exhaust system. Very comfortable. Heaps of room. I would buy another one today if I could.
Performance, handling, reliability, fuel economy, Comfort, Standard features on the Ti, towing ability.

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helzbelz

helzbelzAustralia

  • 9 reviews
  • 2 likes

Excellent

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jandowd

jandowdqld, 4160

  • 68 reviews
  • 7 likes

Excellent

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hardyundy

hardyundy

  • 8 reviews

Good

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Great family car, Plenty of room for the kids stuff and comfortable for family travels. Enough space to keep the kids apart from squabbles and battles
Plenty of room. Comfortable to travel distances.

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avanti

avantiAU

  • 2 reviews
  • 1 like

Good

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MIKEBLOKE

MIKEBLOKEAU

  • 3 reviews
  • 1 like

This car is an excellent all rounder, I love it

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This car does everything I need. OK, its a bit old man for my age group, but I don't care. It is great for launching my boat off the beach, great for off roading as well. The X-Trail goes way further than you would ever expect. The clutch seems a little weak, but the engine and gearbox have been fault free thus far. ( currently on 170,000km) It is very comfortable on the road, and when off road, doesn't appear too soft at all, I have never bottomed out the suspension. Fuel economy is fine for an SUV, lots of space for rear passengers, specially when you recline the rear sits slightly.
Comfort, off road ability, reliability, versatile

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SAMART

SAMARTOyster Bay

X-Trail TI 2002 model +350,000km and no real roblems

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Had since new. Have used the car for towing 17ft pop top and loaded 8x5 trailer.

Early problems with oxygen analyser but otherwise as no surprises.

Recommend dismantling to clean radiator every 100k as it gets clogged. Radiator replaced at 320k.

It has been the best car ever. Comfortable, good seating position for large driver, reasonable fuel economy on straight 91 unleaded but not on E-10 (even when towing if driven around max 2500 rpm), and I will be buying another in 2012.
Seating comfort, seating position, overall economy, towing characteristics.

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Smithy
Smithy

I brought a 2001 st fwd 2.5 petrol. With 22000 klms @$29000. To this day just replaced the battery and serviceing have not had a problem at all with it

Good

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MartyC

MartyCAU

  • 36 reviews
  • 44 likes

2.0 petrol engine is dangerously under powered

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Warra
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MartyC
MartyC

Each to their own mate. I'm glad the review helped. I'm normally a Nissan fan too.

joyce53
joyce53

hi i want to purchase a 2nd hand xtrail. i really wanted to purchase a diesel but read that their pulling power is only 1350 and a petrol is 2000. do i get a manual or an auto in petrol for a small avan.

Belcom

Belcom

  • 5 reviews
  • 2 likes

Now 125k on the clock never a hickup - loveit

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Mine is an early model 2003 4 door, bought it at 79k on the clock in 08 and had a full service replaced all belts and lubes and fitted a new battery and BTA towbar. The car has been great for work and play. took us up through lake mungo nat park last chrismas, now at 125 k it hasnt missed a beat. I did get used to the centre mounted dash in about 3 mins. fuel eco is good a bit thursty when in 4wheel lock.
id by another xtrail whithout hesitation
ergonimic and comfortable to drive and ride in,
no mat in the back, I cut one from some carpet, vision when reversing, needs sensors or camera, I fitted a reversing beeper tells the kids to get out the way

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Belcom
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Phil Dean

Phil DeanMELBOURNE

Transmission rebuilt at 110,000K No Support From Nissan Australia

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davew

davew

  • 43 reviews
  • 65 likes

Hard to dislike!

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davew
davew

This exxy has now been written off with severe hail damage (6cm diameter stones). Have since purchased a 2010 ST-L manual. Some improvements such as better cornering but I would have the old one any day.

Lianax3

Lianax3

  • 32 reviews
  • 3 likes

Excellent

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arlene1995

arlene1995

  • 19 reviews
  • 3 likes

Excellent

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I love my X-trail, I have the Ti model with the huge sunroof and leather seats. Rides fantastically well and easy to park and drive on any road surface. The centre dials were strange to get used to at first but makes seeing over the bonnet much easier for short people like me. Very comfortable for passengers as well. Loved the boot door how it opened up in one part and is so easy to close one handed, a must with 3 kids. The stacker CD player, cold drink holders are all luxuries.
Great to drive, great looking, fantiastic boot space and love the boot door.

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MichaelandKaren

MichaelandKarenAU

  • 4 reviews
  • 1 like

Great family car

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Questions & Answers

Kaela P.

Kaela P.asked

T30 (2001-2007)

Can ks in a Nissan xtrail 2003 model be reset?

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Truin C.

Truin C.asked

T30 (2001-2007)

Can a 2005 Nissan xtrail whole dash assembly fit in a 2003 model

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Zack P.

Zack P.asked

T30 (2001-2007)

I'm currently in the middle of changing motor in my 2007 X-Trail but my good motor is out of an 04 X-Trail both manuals and petrol wondering if it will go in without any dramas

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Details

Compare all 25 Nissan X-Trail
CategoryMidsize / Medium SUVs
Release dateJan 2001
Discontinuation dateDec 2007
Replaced byNissan X-Trail T31
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