live in Kalamazoo, MI; purchased from
MA. It's been as far as (MA,) NV and
FL; of course never a problem.
Actually, when I bought Nissan Sentra
in 1990; I'm now on my FOURTEENTH YEAR
without any repairs thanks to Nissan.
Enjoyable to drive, backseat riders
like the comfort. Durable interior,
running boards (pipes) that absorbed
being T-boned, starts every winter,
fast HOT heating system, decent gas
mileage for SUV- just a great truck. I
have stick-shift & 4WD; winter driving
no problem. Tows like it's not towing.
size of cargo area
roof rack and luggage bars
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
It looks cute, but made cheap!
I would not buy nissan because even if
they did improvements. I trust Toyota!
I've driven my XterraSEV64x4 from
Atlanta, GA, to San Francisco, CA and
back, TWICE. I've driven my X from San
Francisco to Tahoe for skiing trips, up
to Napa Valley numerous times, all over
the Sunshine State from Pensacola on
over to Jacksonville, Gainesville,
Orlando and Miami and back numerous
times. I've driven up in the north
Georgia mountains in Helen, GA. Cruised
throught the quaint germantowns, as
well as the crazy rocky trails up to
This is the first SUV that I've
actually enjoyed sitting in the rear
seats.. Just love the "stadium"
seating! The X is exactly what Nissan
says it is, everything you need,
nothing you don't. ;-)
1. Increase V6 HP w/o resorting to an
2. Better stick shifter.