2006 Nissan Xterramorris hulett - colorado springs, CO09/15/2016
this SUV is perfect for everything, handles and rides great on the highway and paved roads. Off road is where it is most at home. I took mine to Moab, UT and went over trails like Poison Spider Mesa, I had more looks form people that took custom built off roaders and many wondering how I got this up there without breaking it. it has very long suspension travel for a SUV I was amazed by the amount of travel. to my surprise I had the A/C on the whole time I did not even notice and the engine temp never rose above normal
An 06 Xterra.
2006 Nissan XterraXavier B - Los Angeles, CA12/29/2009
The 2006 Xterra S. The is a very nice ride. I thought it would be a couch on wheels but is not the case. The Xterra is a very nice ride not to much body roll and handle nice for an SUV. I do like the new more aggressive look of it.
Handles like a sports car! Very fast and agile....Stops on a dime and pulls my 22' boat with ease.....Turns on a dime and easy to park in small places....I recently took it camping and slept in the back like a tent.....good ground clearance for these bumpy flood prone Houston streets!
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