I didn't shop thinking about the
xterra. All I knew is that I wanted a
SUV. The saleman said, "what about
this?" All I knew about it is that it
that integrated first aid kit-cool. I
bought it, they threw in a trailer
hitch and I was out of there.
I now absolutely love this machine. I
aim for bumps and dirt whenever the
chance arises. My mountain bike accents
the xterra so well.I thought about the
jeep liberty afterwards, but that thing
is just a little too "cute" for me.
just need more power. When I want
it to move, which it does, I feel that
the engine is working too hard and I
think I can see my gas needle falling.
everything else is great.
first aid kit, roof rack (I don't use
it, but it looks so nice) compass,
stereo, and suspension (swallows rough
terrain like big foot)
more torque, cig lighter and ashtray,
coin holder, power seats with memory.
nothing major, but it would be nice.
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