2015 Nissan Xterra X (A5) 4x2
- 16 City
- 22 Hwy
- Cargo1,860 L (66 cu.ft.)
- Towing2,268kg (5,000lbs)
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2015 Nissan Xterra Buyer's Guide
The Nissan Xterra is one of the last off-road ready SUVs you can buy right from the showroom floor. Despite its rugged, trail-ready design, the Nissan Xterra also happens to be reasonably comfortable to drive on a daily basis, making it a popular choice amongst weekend warriors who need a mid-size sport-utility vehicle that's as good at commuting to work as it is plowing through mud. Available in a two-wheel drive base model aimed at those seeking an affordable all-terrain look, as well as several low-range four-wheel drive editions (including the all-terrain PRO-4X trim), the Xterra stands tall alongside the Jeep Wrangler as one of the few body-on-frame SUVs still available outside of the full-size segment, albeit one that hasn't been redesigned since 2009.
What's the difference between trims?2015 Nissan Xterra X
- Bluetooth connectivity
- Air conditioning
- Power windows and door locks
- Keyless entry
- 16-inch split-spoke alloy rims
- 5-inch LCD display
- NissanConnect with mobile apps
- Satellite radio
- Bilstein shock absorbers
- Skid plates
- Electronically-locking rear differential
What makes it move?
Powering Xterra is a 4.0-liter DOHC V6 rated at 261 horsepower and 281 lb-ft of torque. The engine includes s lightweight aluminum block and cylinder heads, Continuous Valve Timing Control System (CVTCS). Two advanced transmissions are offered: an available electronically controlled 5-speed automatic transmission, with an emphasis on acceleration, fuel economy and shift quality, or a 6-speed manual transmission tuned for driving performance and fuel economy.
Why buy the 2015 Nissan Xterra?
Beyond its reasonably spacious five-passenger cabin, the Nissan Xterra appeals to those who intend to take their SUV off of the beaten path and make full use of its off-road capabilities. It's also got enough polish to pull pavement duty without causing too many complaints about comfort or handling.
Day-to-day, the Xterra isn't going to fare as well as a similarly-sized crossover in terms of comfort or fuel efficiency, but it's one of the few truck-based sport-utility vehicles left in its class (the Xterra's main rivals are the Jeep Wrangler and the Toyota 4Runner). Overall, as a compromise between a hard-to-kill rock crawler and a mid-size SUV that cleans up nicely for the corporate parking lot, the Nissan Xterra is a strong choice.