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Date Registered: 09-2009
Location: WA
TOTAL POSTS: 71
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I was thinking to get the Murano after my exy, but due to lots of issues with my exy and poor warranty back up by nissan people (in WA anyway) I wont ever buy another nissan again, this is my first nissan and also my last. I will buy a Kluger or a Santa Fe diesel after my exy warranty finish.

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09 Ti,CVT,Precision Grey. Used to be known as 'xtrailist'
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Date Registered: 11-2008
Location: Blakeview, Adelaide SA
TOTAL POSTS: 183
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Have noticed some BMW X6's lately that look quite appealing but think I may have to win Lotto first, will probably get many more years of pleasurable driving from the X Trail, who knows what will be available then?

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2008 ST31, CVT, Flint, Towbar, Cargo mat, Headlight protectors, Dashmat, LED kick steps. Bonnet protector
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Date Registered: 02-2009
Location: Hamilton, VIC
TOTAL POSTS: 77
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I'll probably be looking at a larger 4wd. Not sure how large but I am pretty certain that the Land Cruisers are out of my range...

One thing I am certain about though is the safety features. If it can't match what I got at the mo then it wont be bought.

Cheers

Pete

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2009 T31 TS Manual, Platinum, Windows Tint, Blue Tooth, Tow Bar, Roof Bars, Cargo Barrier, Floor Mats, Dual Battery, Bash Plates.
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Date Registered: 12-2009
Location: NW Tasmania
TOTAL POSTS: 100
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I just need the 4WD for the Tas winter and the snow, so maybe an AWD Porsche 911 !

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ST-S ( K21 ) Manual.

I reserve the right to be wrong.
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Date Registered: 08-2004
Location: Adelaide, SA
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At this stage, my plan is to sell my 2004 Exy some time in 2013, which should be in the low 90,000km range if all goes to plan (yes, it's 6 years old this month, and has done 63,000km).

So, it'll be less than 10 years old and still under 100,000km, which I reckon are both big mental barriers (and worth a premium when combined!)

As for the next car... it'll be a bigger diesel 4WD with low range, maybe a 2010 or 11 model (when shopping in 2013). Current shortlist is Challenger, Pajero, Prado and maybe even Discovery 4 (if the new 3.0TTD has devalued enough by then...)

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Date Registered: 09-2005
Location: QLD
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New Challenger is built on the same chassis as the Triton and has the new 2.5L diesel.. which is a very pokey engine. If I were to trade my Triton I'd think about the Challenger emoticon

It's better value than the Prado - no surprises there.

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My Triton GLX-R

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Date Registered: 07-2008
Location: Brisvegas, Australia
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It's better value than the Prado - no surprises there.




Completely agree with you Naff. Very overated IMO...have to spend to much money to set them up. And the end result is nothing a Troopy or dual cab "anything live axle" can do anyway.

The challenger looks the goods though....if ya have the cash. And after market mods are a fair way off....


I am hanging out for an original Wileys jeep to resto......oh yeah

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I am pretty easy to please

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Date Registered: 07-2008
TOTAL POSTS: 20
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Hi all

Prior to christmas I was looking to upgrade form a petrol CVT Xtrail to a diesel Xtrail and was even looking at the new Sante fe for more torque for towing

6 weeks ago I bought a Challenger and only recieved it 2 days ago

I chose this car for its larger luggage area, the extra torque and it also has low range with diff lock when things get wild and as I have been on a few treks with this forum I had the taste for adventure

Hopfully this will give trouble free, and enjoyable motoring as the Xtrail has

Thanks to all who write on this forum it is enjoyable reading and I will still be reading them even though I have changed brands

Thanks Rusky
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Date Registered: 07-2005
Location: central coast nsw
TOTAL POSTS: 1123
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Hello xtrailers!!

long time no speak emoticon

i was just reading through this thread and i thought i would post some pics up of the car i replaced my xtrail with.

Most of the older members would know i am now driving a Mazda BT50 dual cab ute. In the last 2 years i have done a stack of mods including bullbar and rock sliders, 32" mud tyres, 2 inch lift, canopy and snorkle. Ive also done a full dual battery set up that runs things like the on board air compresser and 70L fridge. I have also got myself an off road camper trailer.

My xtrail was a great car that gave me a taste for adventure! Some of the places ive been in the mazda have been simply amazing, ive seen some great country side and had some excelent family camping trips including a trip to fraser Is late last year.

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Date Registered: 02-2004
Location: SUTHERLAND, SYDNEY
TOTAL POSTS: 29088
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Hi Matt, nice to hear from you mate and good to see the BT is still going strong.

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