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!
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!
I recently bought a gently used 2006 Xterra SE to replace a 1999 Jeep Cherokee. I honestly thought that I would never find a vehicle that I would enjoy more than I enjoyed my jeep. But was suprised when I found the Xterra. The roomy interior and large cargo space in the back are great. I also enjoy the Rockford Fosgate system that came in the vehicle. The steering wheel controls are an excellent feature and easy to adjust to. It rugged capabilities are also great. No need to worry about the large puddles after the rain or the uneven pavement on the higheay from construction, the Xterra handle it all VERY well.
The only down sides are that the cup holders have aweful inserts that suction themselves to the end of larger cups. While they can be removed, the cup is usually to small for the now large opening. The other down side is that the center console is low and does not allow you to rest your arm on it, so the driver (and passenger alike) only have one arm rest.
I would recommend this vehicle to anyone.
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