I was upgraded to an Xterra as a rental car a couple of years ago...it is the only loaner I was ever SAD to give back. I purchased more of a plain Jane model so it was a bit of a donwgrade from my Altima SL...but I need something tough for my moving and packing business.
I wanted a 4X4, not a crossover. All of the 4X4's in the $25,000 price range were crossovers except for the Xterra. As a hunter and fisherman I have occasion to drive off road and the Nissan with a real steel rail chassis versus a stamped sheet metal platform is rugged enough and has the ground clearance to get me where I want to go.
The only trade off is the highway ride which is a little bumpier than say the RAV4 or CRX. Over all a great truck at a reasonable price.
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