I have more fun in my SPEC-V, but that
has to stay on the road. It is kinda
fun to take off-road, but to do
anything impressive it needs a lift
and more power. I would suggest not
buying this vehicle unless you don't
plan to drive it often or you make
over 75,000. You'll need to make that
much to afford the gas. Other than
that I think it's a decent vehicle.
Not great, but decent.
The 300 watt AF sterio is a great
feature, and lots of dc outlets are
Up the power and the MPG. Good luck
with that. The inside needs to be
made with better materials. Loading
equipment in and out scratched up the
cheap plastic pretty good, and also
caught onto the weird fabric of the
back seats. It needs to have a lot
more room too.
When i was just a kid, i thougth that
the only brands capable of doing REAL
off road vehicles where land rover,
jeep, and nissan. My favorite was
without a doubt the patrol. all of
them, with round head ligths.
Since then i've been waiting to have
a nissan off roader. when i saw the
2002, 3 and 4 Xterra, i went to a
nissan dealer and bougth an Xterra.
This is a great vehicle, on road is
acceptable, but its a great off roader,
no problems so far.
the interior is strong, and i like
If you want a vehicle capable and
practicaL, GO FOR THE X!
I test drove the Liberty, Escape,
Sorento, and Rav4, and bought this
truck. That's what it is, a truck.
Real 4wd, good power, great looking
and a comfortable ride. Trust me, the
ride is smooth, just testdrive it and
see. And they were the first
dealership that didn't just show me a
vanity mirror. And for the price of
those above, you get 5000 lbs towing
capacity, and the room of a larger SUV.
It looks great, a ton of room for
passaengers and for storage. I love
the world champion package, it's a
great deal. And come on, it's a
Nissan, you'll have it ten years
Better stereo system would be nice.
Along with better gas milage, but hey,
it's an SUV.