Nissan X-Trail 1st gen. T30 2001 - 2007 - Used

Nissan X-Trail

Nissan X-Trail 1st Gen.

Nissan -Trail 1st gen. The T30 was produced from 2001 to 2007. It is primarily intended for "off-road" driving, but again, not too seriously, the Nissan Patrol is better for that.
Nissan X-Trail

One of the main features of the Nissan X-Trail is the complex 4-wheel drive (4WD), which offers very good traction through various settings and adapts to any path. Unfortunately, the Nissan X-Trail does not have torque-to-wheel transmission, such as climbing or steep slopes, and this is a major disadvantage when driving off-road, but realistically, most drivers would never need it.
On the way, Nissan The X-Trail holds up pretty well for its class. He is not a sports car, but he keeps himself on track in a stable and predictable way. Note that the 4WD does not have the same turn-off safety as a "normal" lowered passenger vehicle.

Nissan X-Trail

All models are equipped with power windows, electrically adjustable mirrors, air conditioning, CD player, four airbags and central remote locking.
Models with four trim levels are available: SE, Sport, ALL and T-Spec.

2004. is Nissan The X-Trail was upgraded, giving it an even more striking front look that was modern and aggressive. The bumpers are very subtly redesigned, as are the fog lights.
The interior has also been remodeled. The control panel is kept in the middle, only the engine temperature and fuel gauge counter position has been replaced.
The controller for the 4WD system now has a rotary dial on the left side of the steering wheel.

Of the gasoline engines we offer 2.0 with 140bhp, 2.5 with 165bhp and only available in Japan, 2.0 with 280bhp. From the diesel engine we offer 2.2 power 134 hp.

Consumption for petrol models is 9.2 - 10.3 L / 100 km, and for diesel 7.2 L / 100 km - in combined driving.

Advantages - Nissan X-Trail

  • Excellent off-road performance
  • Lots of accessories
  • Very reliable
  • Low fuel consumption considering the size of the vehicle


  • The rear seats are quite tight
  • Noisy engine
  • High maintenance costs
  • Petrol would benefit from more traction
  • The exhaust system is subject to corrosion
  • The rubber gaskets along the lower part of the door wear out quickly

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  • Mile says:

    Good day I have a question we have a low x trail 2006 2.2 100 kw This is how the car works perfectly to tow, but when it goes to 2000 rpm it breaks when it goes down and before 2000 rpm everything is ok what can be the question and since yesterday it appears on instrumental dashboard help icon

  • Dalibor says:

    I have the same problem with the Peugeot 406 2.0 HDI, if someone sent you a smart answer please forward it to me… For the last couple of months I have been going from master to master and no one has helped me
    PS: We changed the flow meter, 2 vacuum valves, cleaned the EGR and I still have the same problems

    Thanks in advance,

    Best regards
    Dalibor Fatić

  • Vlada says:

    If the temperature hand moves upwards at the moment of interruption… it is probably a water temperature sensor. I had a similar problem on the 1.9 dci lagoon…

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