We present the Xe-broadening coefficients for six lines belonging to the ν3 band of 12CH3D measured at room temperature with a diode-laser spectrometer. The collisional widths are obtained from least-squares fitting of each absorption line with theoretical line shapes. We used the well-known Voigt profile, the soft and hard collision models considering the collisional narrowing and also line shapes taking into account the speed dependence of the collisional cross-section. The results derived by these different models are compared with each other and with theoretical broadening coefficients. The calculations are based on a semiclassical impact formalism that includes the atom-atom Lennard-Jones potential for CH 3D-Xe interactions in which CH3D is considered as a linear molecule.