2010 Nissan Xterra Off-Road edition; 6 speed manual transmission. Very beefy suspension for factory vehicle. Engine and transmission match well with plenty of low-end torque. Interior and exterior fit and finish are very good. Comfortable driving position with excellent visibility. Wiring and body panel joints are well protected against corrosion. Probably the best vehicle I have owned.
Ok, but disappointing mileage
2010 Nissan XterraBetsy - Kenosha, WI07/13/2014
I knew I wasn't going to get 24 mpg of my previous vehicle, but I thought I would get the 17 mpg that Nissan says is the average. I stopped going home for lunch so I wouldn't have to fill up so much. Also, leather driver's seat isn't wearing well- there is an actual hole on the side where it "wrinkles" when sat upon, and It only has 30,000 miles on it. What is it going to look like in another 50 or 100k?
I freakin love my 2010 xterra Off Road. From the dunes of the mojave to the tahoe mountains this car never has any trouble getting me to where i need to be. ride is a little stiff due to the bilstien shocks that come standard on the off road version. And like all new nissan cars and trucks ive driven the brake pedal is quite soft kinda of a mushy feeling, But you get used to it. I would recommend the off road version only if you actually go off roading. you would be wasting your money if you just plan to use it for grabbing groceries or just dropping the kids off to soccer practice.
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