by themazemaker on Jun 17, 2011 Vehicle: 2000 Nissan Xterra XE V6 4dr SUV
My wife bought her xterra brand new in 2000. have had some minor issues with it till it hit 250000 and had to have the tranny rebuilt.
Must say that is awsume.
having an overheating issue now and trying to track it down.
usually when the Air is on it overheats but have not had any other issues to speak of.
Love this Vehicle.
Will buy another someday when this one goes to the car graveyard lol.
it didn't give me an option for saying its an Automatic just manual.
by Clyde in Chatt Town on Dec 4, 2010 Vehicle: 2000 Nissan Xterra XE V6 4dr SUV
We have owned our Xterra since 2000 when we bought it new. Now, just rolling over 180,000 miles, it has never been in the shop for more than a check-up. Routine oil changes and new plugs, wires, and fluids at 100,000 miles is all that has ever been done. Recently had the air go out, but after ten years and 180,000 miles I have no complaints with the build quality on this one! If you're looking at buying one used, I would not be intimidated by high miles. Certainly mine has been super-reliable so far, and I would not hesitate to take it on long trips. Super reliable!
by Max Munson on May 23, 2005 Vehicle: 2000 Nissan Xterra XE V6 4dr SUV
If you don't mind driving a rugged SUV, this car rocks. I expected a bumpy ride, as it's built on a truck frame. In my opinion , the bumpiness combined with my 5-speed manual transmission makes my X-Terra very fun to drive.
by crap on Apr 18, 2004 Vehicle: 2000 Nissan Xterra XE V6 4dr SUV
I would not recommend buying a nissan
xterra. The plastic bumper turns white,
the buttons on the radio come loose, the
paint on the buttons to the radio lasted
2 years, shift gear broken, driver seat
uncomfortable, entire car not quality
made. I can't wait to trade in to buy a
toyota. This is my first nissan, I miss
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