Nissan X-Trail 2004
The 2004 Nissan X-Trail carries a braked towing capacity of up to 2000 Kg, but check to ensure this applies to the configuration you're considering.
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Nissan X-Trail 2004 Price and Specs
|Nissan X-Trail Model||Body Type||Specs||Price from||Price to|
|ST (4X4)||SUV||2.5L ULP 4 SP AUTO||$2,400||$4,070|
|ST (4X4)||SUV||2.5L ULP 5 SP MAN||$2,800||$4,730|
|ST-X Special Edition (4x4)||SUV||2.5L ULP 4 SP AUTO||$2,500||$4,290|
|ST-X Special Edition (4x4)||SUV||2.5L ULP 5 SP MAN||$2,400||$4,070|
Nissan X-Trail 2004 Q&As
Check out real-world situations relating to the Nissan X-Trail 2004 here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.
Nissan X-Trail 2004: Aftermarket rocket cover
If it has made by a reputable spare parts manufacturer, then yes, it probably is ok, but I would be looking to replace the leaking seals rather than the whole cover assembly.Show more
Nissan X-Trail 2004: Oil consumption
It's borderline at the moment, so I wouldn't panic, but I would monitor it over the next 12 months or so, and use a good quality 10w-50 oil. X-Trails do have a reputation for using oil at high mileage, and it's usually wear in the rings and bores.Show more
YOUR poptop would probably weigh about 1500kg when loaded, so that's the weight you need to consider when buying a vehicle. In my view it comes down to where you want to go when travelling, and what you want to do with the vehicle for the rest of the year. If you stick predominantly to the blacktop on your travels, then a regular Commodore or Falcon is probably the best way to go. Both will easily tow your poptop, are comfortable and will give you reasonable fuel consumption. An X-Trail will tow up to 2000kg if the trailer has brakes, so that will also handle your poptop. A recent experience with a 3.0-litre Subaru Outback, rated to tow 1800kg, showed that when it was towing a 1200kg camper trailer the fuel consumption rose about 30 per cent, and rose even more when towing a camper weighing close to its rated tow capacity. That said, the Outback would be a great compromise for round-town use and towing capacity.Show more
Holden Commodore: Whats the best replacement for towing?
BEFORE the advent of bigger front-wheel-drive family cars from Toyota and Mitsubishi in the '90s, we mostly used rear-wheel-drive cars for towing. They are still preferred for towing because the weight over the rear wheels is an advantage. The recent popularity of all-wheel-drive cars, including 4WDs, has further clouded the towing issue. If I were to go on the round-Australia dream drive, I would take an all-wheel-drive. Not for the towing, but to get to those out-of-the-way tourist destinations that I couldn't get to with a two-wheel-drive car.Show more