I have really enjoyed my Xterra with a
few exceptions. Am I the only one who
leaves the lights on an repeatedly
drains the battery. I would expect the
lights to go off automatically to
prevent this. The fact it doesn't
happen is a huge design flaw in my
opinion. I have been stuck on numerous
occassions because I forgot to turn my
lights off. And the battery loses its
juice quickly--in 1-2 hours.
My front tires are always dirty. I was
told it is dust from the brakes. Who
I find the Xterra to be comfortable and
don't understand other criticism on
Good size, stylish and dependable.
The lights should turn off
automatically but don't.
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