These charts provide the most comprehensive reliability information available to consumers. Original review: April 22, 2016 The reason is the vehicle was bought in Nissan was bought used with about 24,000 miles on it. This unit now has 170000. If I had to choose again I would be in a Tahoe. Not once was I told about the faulty radiators, not once.
I am both upset and lost as to what I am going to have to do to fix all this or if it will be even worth it. The transmission cable shifter broke. Weather was cool, car continued to overheat but I learned I was able to stop, let it rest, add water. The back seat is where things tighten up considerably. There are two cupholders up front, a smallish center console with coin storage slots, a few open bins up front to store random stuff, like my phone and lip balm, storage pockets and bottle holders in the two front doors, and a sunglasses holder above the rearview mirror.
Reviewers agreed that the Nissan Xterra offers strong off-road performance. Original review: June 13, 2018 I bought it at the auction. The car is maybe worth that? Looks collapsed and across almost like it has a twist when looking at plates covering front axle. The base Xterra comes with remote keyless entry, power windows and door locks, three 12-volt power outlets and a six-speaker stereo. See for more information on Power Circle Ratings. In March of 2017 the clutch began slipping badly.
This car has been a Money pit. All ball joints were checked and good rubbers and bushings good connections solid not damaged and lubricated. A little cooler the next day light comes on and flashes. I have a Toyota with over 57,000 miles on it which is manual. I told them if the timing chain was hosed by a faulty computer then Nissan should cover that too.
Maybe I'm lucky, but it's been the most reliable vehicle I've ever owned. I think I just made my sell. So I knew what it could do! Children in booster seats will have to deal with seat belt buckles on flimsy nylon straps. I have taken it on a few short adventures and it performs outstandingly! I have had it for over 5 years now and can say it was worth every cent I have paid for it. So, what other changes does Nissan have in mind? Clutch will not go bad after 30,000 miles unless made with bad parts. It was a great vehicle while we had it. I love the style, the sound of the engine, the 4x4 and the mpg.
There's only one engine offered in the Xterra, and it's a strong one. But I also have had lots of mechanical issues that Nissan would never help me fix. I have over 260,000 miles on it. Passengers seated in the back seats are slightly elevated and can see something other than the back of the front persons head. Remedy Nissan will notify owners, and dealers will replaced the left and right side front wheel hub assemblies free of charge. I still believe in Nissan.
Transmission options include a five-speed automatic, which can be ordered with rear- or 4-wheel drive models, and a 4-wheel-drive-exclusive six-speed manual. It also had a two year extended warranty by the dealer. The trans issue sounds like a doosey which is suprising because in all honesty the Japanese usually have such better quality because of such strict tolerances on their autos. With the rear row folded, the Xterra provides 65. Had to replace fan clutch at end of summer and changed tires. For a vehicle intended to trundle over some difficult terrain, the roof-crush score in particular is worth considering when it comes time to buy.
The Pro-4X Leather package adds leather upholstery and a passenger seatback map pocket, but deletes the flat-folding front passenger seat. At ConsumerAffairs we love to hear from both consumers and brands; please never hesitate to. The engine's good low-end power also makes it well-suited to off-road excursions. In Edmunds performance testing, an Xterra 4x4 with an automatic transmission went from zero to 60 mph in 8 seconds. I'm a 63-year-old grandmother who is alone and needs dependability. She's thirsty all the time.