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2010 Nissan
Xterra

$12,599* 106K miles
CarMax King of Prussia
Available in Philadelphia, PA
Available in Philadelphia, PA
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Location: CarMax King of Prussia in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19406
Description: Used 2010 Nissan Xterra X for sale - $12,599, 106,454 miles with
Transmission: Automatic Color:Blue Interior Color: Gray Average Vehicle Review: (4.444 reviews) Simply put, what you see is what you get. It's a beefy SUV designed to carry you and your cargo to wherever you want to go. Unless, of course, your cargo is composed of more than one additional human. Simply put, the back seat is laughably small. With all of the rear cargo space, I can't believe they'd leave only enough room for a medium sized man to sit comfortably in the back seat. Any bigger and your passengers will be splaying their legs out into the middle seat. The front seats are roomier, but, again, they don't leave any room to move the seat forward for the poor souls in the back seat. Non-human cargo, though, will fit fine. It obviously has a ton of interior cargo space and a huge opening for loading and unloading. All models have the gargantuan cargo racks atop the vehicle, but not all come with a trailer hitch (another cargo-related shortcoming). As for performance, it is adequate. It is inexplicably a rear wheel drive vehicle, so I can still spin out a little if I accelerate from a dead stop a little too zealously. At lower speeds, it accelerates admirably, but once I hit 40mph, it tends to want to down shift before accelerating (at which point it, again, accelerates admirably). Unfortunately, this does cause it to have a "dead zone" between maintaining your speed and feeling like you're gunning it; to accelerate at highway speeds, you can either patiently wait for it to get to the new speed in its current gear, or you can give it enough gas to downshift and get there faster than you really want to. By far the biggest downside to this car, though, is the gas mileage. It's not as though they hide it: it says 15-20 mpg right there on the sticker, but that may not hit home until using it on your daily commute. I drive 180 miles to and from work every week. Round it up to 250 miles a week for errands and the like, and I'm still putting 15 gallons into this beast weekly at best (generally close to every 6 days). As for interior amenities, it's got AC, stereo, various levels of steering wheel mounted controls, etc, as well as a few "nice" features like the telescopic adjustable steering wheel, lots of outlets, and lots of little nooks and crannies for you to put your goodies. My model lacks several things I'd like to see in a rugged vehicle such as this: tire pressure sensors, digital compass, and outdoor thermometer. If you want those things, I'm sure this model offers it -- you just have to pay! As I said at the outset, what you see is what you get. If you want a beefy car to carry lots of stuff to exotic places, this car will not disappoint. If you do a lot of highway commuting and carpooling, there are considerably better options out there -- but then again, that's not what this car is trying to be!

Reviews for 2010 Nissan Xterra

Overall Rating

4.5 out of 5(11 reviews)

Ok, but disappointing mileage

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?

- Betsy, 2010 Nissan Xterra

Great car for Older folks

- Larry Davis, 2010 Nissan Xterra

My Xterra Is Awesome

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.

- JayFrumCali, 2010 Nissan Xterra

This price does not include tax, title, and tags. Additional fees may also apply depending on the state of purchase.