2011 Nissan XterraDan Stephens - Los Lunas, NM03/25/2017
Overall stable. Gas mileage not so good but overall an off road minded vehicle. A little light weight so real snow causes problems. Stable Japanese product, I would give it 3.5 stars but not able. In grade terms somewhere between C-C+. No auxiliary jack in the S model I have but CD/stereo. Not bad transport for regular sized folks, toddler/child seat causes problems with space, a little cramped.
Nissan Xterra is a great Sport Utility Vehicle! Nothing to complain, great on gas, very low on service, very reliable. I had BMW X5 before, NEVER EVER GO BACK, much less worries about going to the shop every other week. Japanese car manufactures are the BEST!
The Nissan Xterra is a great suv for the money! I have not had to perform and maintainance other than brakes and oil change. I rated the comfort level as a 4 out of 5 stars because it has a rigid ride like a truck (this being that it is set on a Nissan Frontier chasis). Overall, for the money this is an excellent buy! And no need to go for the SE trim...it's the exact same as a fully loaded XE, but it doesn't have a roof. The roof in an SE proves to be a pain anyways because the basket that sits above it. In addition, the roof is a pop-up roof. Go for the fully loaded XE for a cheaper price!
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