I love the look of this car, and the engine feels powerful. I don't feel like a soccer mom driving it around. There's a ton of room and it handles very well. My husband complains that the whole rear is a hatch, rather than having a tailgate and door. I have no problems with it, though. The headrests are a little too flat, but the seats are comfortable. It can feel a little sluggish accelerating, but if you give it some gas it has no trouble taking off. Chrome details and dark interior are totally the way to go.
I did get this car pre owned and have had it 6 months already had to replace two tires, one had issues with the tread the other blew out on me. The water pump already went out, I am having issues with the window sprayers and the rear passenger power window went out also.
I've owned my Nitro RT, from new. I bought it on Oct. 31, 2007. It had a couple hickups with the HVAC system. Okay. virtually every part of it was replaced under warranty. Aside from that, I've put 112,000 miles on it and had only a few small things break. Window regulator. Window button. Key FOB. I was looking at other new SUV's like the Highlander and Murano, and have decided to keep my Nitro. It's worth putting in the $3,000 of 100,000 mile maintenance on. The biggest down side to the Nitro? Suuuuuuper chinsey interior. But I guess that developement money was spent on better mechanics. I'm super happy with my RT!
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