2015 Nissan Xterra

Up to 16 MPG city / 22 MPG hwy
$23,660 - $31,640

The Nissan Xterra offers the authenticity and capability of a true adventure-ready off-road vehicle. For 2013, the Xterra continues to offer a design and equipment specification that enables and inspires outdoor enthusiasts to "attack life" one adventure at a time. Available in three well-equipped models - X, S and PRO-4X - all Xterras feature a 4.0-liter V6 engine, rated at 261 horsepower and 281 lb-ft of torque propelling a rugged truck platform over the most challenging terrain. Xterra is available with a choice of 6-speed manual or 5-speed automatic transmissions and a choice of part-time 4-wheel drive or 2-wheel drive. Xterra 4x4 models feature a part-time 4WD system with 2WD/4HI/4LO modes and electronically controlled transfer case. The well-equipped Xterra PRO-4X models include two advanced off-road technologies - Hill Descent Control and Hill Start Assist (automatic transmission only), and an electronic locking rear differential to further enhance off-road capability. Xterra's distinct "multi-flex" interior provides ample space, storage and convenience features such as an available Easy Clean cargo area, Utili-Track(R) cargo-carrying system, tie-down channel system, 10 cargo hooks and an available built-in first-aid kit. See more... See Less

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Reviews and Ratings
Overall Rating
Pros Cons
Engine sounds and goes great - dependable - long lasting Mileage - better than last model but...
I love the look of the vehicle. The side mirrors are manual: crazy!
Suspension - for potholes and off-road driving Lack of auto radio adjustment at highway speed
4wd - need it in winter. works great Rear seat headrests block rear vision.
Performance - excellent pick-up, ease of shifting Rear suspension and rear ride not very smooth.
Location / arrangement of storage spaces Tailgate panel fit - noticed it right away - bought anyway
Manual 6 speed transmission: difficult to find, glad i looked Wind noises coming into interior when driving.
Manual transmission is smooth & has good ratios Low headlights - high beams don't seem bright
Engine acceleration - good for merging Leather interior - sides of seats are vinyl which tear easily
Bilstein shocks provide excellent ride for relatively short wheelbase Rear passenger & driver doors make it difficult to get in & out