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Nissan X-TRAIL 2006 Problems

Are you having problems with your 2006 Nissan X-TRAIL? Let our team of motoring experts keep you up to date with all of the latest 2006 Nissan X-TRAIL issues & faults. We have gathered all of the most frequently asked questions and problems relating to the 2006 Nissan X-TRAIL in one spot to help you decide if it's a smart buy.

Used Nissan X-Trail review: 2001-2007
The X-Trail was a compact SUV designed to appeal to those looking for a vehicle that blended bush with the ’burbs.
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160,000kms on an X-Trail. Too much?

The T30 X-Trail is reliable and durable, and many owners are reporting no problems, even at high mileage well in excess of the 164,000 km of the car you're considering. The good thing is that the T30 has a regular automatic rather than the CVT of the later models, which did give some trouble early on. I wouldn't buy one with a manual gearbox, as clutches are a problem.

Used Nissan X-Trail review: 2001-2013
Though often used only as an on-road station wagon, Nissan's X-Trail is pretty competent as an SUV. While not intended to be used in extreme 4WD conditions, it can handle most recreational off-road driving with little trouble. Providing enjoyment to adventurous families while doing so.  Nissan X-Trail uses a complex
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Nissan X-Trail 2006: Transmission oil cooler

It depends on the weight you're going to tow and the terrain you'll be traveling over. Your caravan is well within the X- Trail's weight limits, but remember the weight the fully loaded weight, not just the weight of the caravan. If the caravan weighs 1300 kg fully loaded, and if the roads you will be traveling on are relatively flat then you should be able to get away without a cooler. But a cooler is good insurance against overheating the transmission, and overheating it is a good way to kill it.

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