2004 Nissan Xterra
There are 2 user reviews for the SE 4X2 Supercharged trim shown below
- very well built suv
- parts for engine can be very costly
Purchased As Used
I purchased my Xterra for a Christmas Gift for myself in Dec. 2009. I bought the SUV because of the style and the price was very good. The Vehicle had 74000 miles on it and looked like a new SUV. Who ever owned it prior to my purchase of this great Nissan took awesome care of it. Also the Dealership gave me a full 5 year bumper to bumper warranty.
The SUV is driven daily and I must say that I get decent mileage from my Xterra. On the Freeway I get about 25mpg and in town about 21mpg.
The Stereo system is fabulous and when playing music loud will make people stop and stare. I am very pleased so far and hope to have this SUV for a long time. I would highly recommend this Vehicle to anyone looking for a good quality SUV that doesn't cost an arm and a leg....read morehide
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- Looks nice, handles VERY well
- Ride is rough but hey it's a truck! Gas mileage isn't great but hey it's a truck!
I've had Ford, Chevy, Mitsubishi & Toyota SUV's. I decided on the Xterra because I really like the way it looks. It handles great in bad weather, has wonderful visibility (that's what those side mirrors are for) and turns on a dime. I read the other reviews and i'm not sure what the shaking or gas complaints are. Mine doesn't shake and picks up and goes on the freeway. As for gas mileage? Good lord it's a truck, if you're looking for gas mileage perhaps you should try the Honda CRV? Why complain about a V-6 engine, what do you expect? I do recommed the SE fully loaded, if you're going to pay up, why not get everything? And if you run around pricing they all cost about the same anyway....I already did that research for you ;-).
Mine handles really well on and off-road, in every situation i've put it in. I think most of the complainers don't really want a "truck" but a luxury SUV, well hey BMW has one so does Mercedes, get your soccer mom one of those. The Xterra is on a TRUCK frame...hmmm those who try cars without seeing how their vehicle is made..tsk tsk..and no I don't work for Nissan.
I recommend one all the way!!...read morehide
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