Nissan X-Trail 2011
This is what Graham Smith liked most about this particular version of the Nissan X-TRAIL: Turbo diesel option, Off-road capability, Centre-mounted speedo is no more
The 2011 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 2011 Price and Specs
|Nissan X-Trail Model||Body Type||Specs||Price from||Price to|
|ST (4X4)||SUV||2.5L ULP CVT AUTO||$9,200||$13,860|
|ST (4X4)||SUV||2.5L ULP 6 SP MAN||$7,600||$11,770|
|ST (fwd)||SUV||2.0L ULP CVT AUTO||$8,000||$12,430|
|ST (fwd)||SUV||2.0L ULP 6 SP MAN||$7,400||$11,440|
Nissan X-Trail 2011 Q&As
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What parts should I replace/change out on my 2011 Nissan X-Trail and what motor oil do you recommend?
If you’re going to tackle a home service on a vehicle like your Nissan, the first piece of advice is to buy a workshop manual and then find out exactly what a 150,000km service on that car demands. A service is not as simple as an oil and filter change, and if you don’t know what else is involved, you’ll almost certainly miss things. And don’t forget, the service list for the 120,000km service will almost certainly be different to the 150,000km job. Check the car’s glovebox for the service handbook which – if you’re lucky – will list the things you need to check and change for this service. The workshop manual, meanwhile, will let you in on the little secrets that make your car tick and how to get at the various bits and pieces.
As a guide, though, the petrol-engined T31 X-Trail’s 150,000km service requires replacement of the oil, oil filter, air filter, brake fluid and air-conditioner filter. You also need to inspect (and rectify if necessary) the drive belts, cooling system, fuel lines, EVAP vapour lines, brake and clutch fluid, brake and clutch system, brake booster hoses, transmission oil/fluid level, steering and suspension, differential oil, wheel alignment, seat-belts, and the park brake. This service also calls for lubrication of the vehicle’s locks and latches.
And people complain about the cost of a simple service!Show more
What's a good first car?
Because you want to travel to the snow, and visit farms, I would suggest an all-wheel drive compact wagon, and with your need for low running and service costs I would suggest that it be an Asian brand. Models to consider would be a Subaru Forester, Nissan X-Trail or Kia Sportage.Show more
Nearly new SUVs suitable for families?
I would rule out the CX-7 on the basis of poor fuel consumption, the performance of the iX35 petrol version is a little lacking, the Tucson is a better car, but I would suggest the X-Trail is probably your best bet.Show more
Best SUVs for freeway driving and occasional towing?
There are lots of SUVs to choose from, it's a very crowded market, which works in the favour of the buyer. The Territory of the vintage you are considering is a decent car, the diesel is economical and it would tow up to 2700 kg. Also consider the Toyota RAV4, Nissan X-Trail, Honda CR-V.Show more