Used 2007 Nissan Xterra SE For Sale

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2007 Nissan Xterra SE Specifications

Feature Description
Transmission Automatic
Engine 4.0L
Horsepower 261 horsepower@5600rpm
MPG City 15
MPG Highway 20

Customer Review Summary for Nissan Xterra

4.5
(219 Reviews)

This is the truck I was looking for and Car-Max ha

2015 Nissan Xterra Javier Delgado - East Elmhurst, NY 09/20/2016

Rugged, well equipped and Nissans last almost forever!!

Perfect for the outdoors!

2004 Nissan Xterra Maestro Hills - Irving, TX 10/26/2010

Why I got an Xterra: I manned up and sold my motorcycle because I knew my wife was scared to death that I rode a Ninja.� She was sweet enough to let me purchase my dream vehicle as a consolation prize: a Jeep Wrangler.� After test drives, I actually didn�t like them, so I went with the next best thing: Nissan Xterra.� I originally fell in love with the look, but I was afraid it would just be a wannabe SUV.� Our other vehicle is a Toyota Sequoia, and she loves it.� It has a ton of power, large ground clearance, and warehouse-sized cargo space.� However, it drove like a boat.� The Xterra drove like a REAL SUV, and I fell in love. � Primary uses for my Xterra: I use this with my daily commute on Dallas highways, backpacking in Colorado and Wyoming Rockies, camping, mountain biking, and road trips to see family in Cheyenne. � My review in a nutshell: I love my Xterra for three huge reasons. �It looks frikkin� sweet, it drives like a real truck, and it is a perfect solution for the outdoors (not to mention the endless accessories you can buy).� The only things I wish I could change on my 2004 Xterra: better gas mileage and engine power (fixed in the 2005+ models), create a keyhole on the passenger side door, and find a way to make the 50/50 back seats fold down flat without taking out the bottom seat cushion. � The details: I love that the Xterra has a truck-like suspension that does not sway or feel loose.� It has enough ground clearance that allows me to be confident enough to actually use it. �The fact that it has skid plates underneath the engine and fuel tank assured me that it was definitely designed with an adventure in mind. �I haven�t towed anything yet, but it is supposed to tow 5,000 lbs. if you have automatic transmission.� I am hoping that the lack of power in my V6 is because it is geared lower for more competent towing ability, but I know the 2005 Xterra V6 models have at least 50 more horsepower and get way better than my 16 mpg.� I just didn�t have the budget for a 2005 model (even though I really wanted that rear bumper step). � If you get an Xterra, get one with the premium sound system, or you won�t have a tape deck to use a tape adapter for an iPod on road trips.� I think CarToys quoted me $150 or so to have a �high speed plug� installed so you can charge an iPhone/iPod and play the music through the stereo.� It�s almost the same price as buying an aftermarket CD player, but I don�t want my car busted into so I�m keeping the OEM radio. � I like that there is a spot for a road safety pouch or first aid kit in the bumped-out spot of the rear lift gate.� There are also a couple pockets on each side of the inside cargo area for bungee cords, road flares, GPS, etc.� There�s also a map pocket built into the left side of the front passenger seat so it is easy access for the driver. � It is important to know that the 4WD is NOT to be used on pavement.� If you are wanting secure tire traction, go with the factory Dynamic Control Package, which offers a Traction Control System (TCS) and a Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS). � I also love the gear basket in the front of the roof rack (it�s a must-have to get the gear net that keeps everything in place�they�re about $20-30).� It�s a perfect place to throw muddy hiking boots after a hike or nasty clothes from mountain biking.� You can use it to throw a tent, pillow, and sleeping bag on your way to a quick camping getaway.� You�ll be able to save the room in the back cargo area for your camping stove and kitchen gear.� Just make sure you don�t park under an acorn tree�those little boogers get caught under the plastic honeycomb design of the gear basket and roll around until you go crazy.� You have to use the hand screws to remove the gear basket�it�s not hard, but it�s annoying. � The rear cargo area has metal tie-down hooks, which is great if I need to haul something that I don�t want to slide around or bust a window (especially since the rear window doesn�t roll down like my Toyota Sequoia). � Bottom line: If you could use a vehicle that helps you love the outdoors, this is the vehicle for you.� It�s not a hippie, hybrid luxury car, and it doesn�t drive like one.� This is for the rugged people that wouldn�t mind shelling out some extra cash for a gas guzzling.� It has a bumpy ride, but if you�re looking at buying an Xterra, you�re looking for a bumpy road.� If you buy a Nissan Xterra, do it a favor.� Take it off the pavement every once in a while.� It will be fine in the city, but it shines in the true outdoors.

Awesome

2009 Nissan Xterra Jeremy - Newport Beach, CA 09/24/2014

This car is versatile, looks great, runs great, and is overall outstanding.

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