So you want a little adventure rig but you’re not willing to take out a second mortgage for a used Wrangler. I bet you’re already looking at old Toyota 4Runners and Jeep Cherokees, but have you seen how cheap Nissan Xterras are these days?
Remember the Nissan Xterra? It was a cool looking off-roading SUV based on the Frontier truck, and it rocked some people’s socks for its fifteen long years for sale here in the U.S. It was axed in 2015, but Nissan is back testing a new truck-based SUV. Can we have it?
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Traditionalists, fans of true body-on-frame SUVs, I implore you to join me in a moment of silence. The Nissan Xterra will no longer be built after 2015, with no replacement planned.
Some little rascals got a Traxxas Stampede RC truck to backflip over a life-sized Nissan Xterra and a dude standing on top of it with a lacrosse stick. Extra points for RC-mounted GoPro footage!
Nissan Xterra making use of BF Goodrich All-Terrains getting some serious lift up a slippery slope. Not much travel in that front suspension I guess. [Chris_Short/Flickr, 2008]
Nissan will be recalling 242,720 2005-2009 Xterras, Pathfinders and Frontiers due to a faulty airbag sensor.
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Since owners are fleeing their SUVs like rats from a sinking ship, it seems like a great time to put together a list of the top used SUV bargains. Luckily, Popular Mechanics has put together just such a list. After all, some people out there actually need a purposeful wagon to take them off-road or help them haul a…