The Xterras bold styling makes it clear that Nissans lower-priced midsize sport utility vehicle is meant to attract youthful shoppers. Sales since its debut as a 2000 model have demonstrated the Xterras appeal. As reported by Automotive News, Nissan sold 86,757 Xterras during 2... Read Full Report
Nissan markets its Xterra sport utility vehicle as a hip, hard, inexpensive alternative to more sedate SUVs. But is it really? December seems like a good month to find out. Last year, the Xterra benefited from new front end styling and an optional 3.3-liter 210 horsepower supercharged V-6. For 2003, non-supercharged 3.3-liter V-6 models get a 10-horsepower bump to 180 horsepower. Torque... Read full review for the 2003 Nissan Xterra
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Bought this 2003 Xterra used with 100k miles. Had it 3 months now and only complaint is poor gas mileage (about 17 - 18). I have a 4dr F250 that gets better mileage. Other than that its great. But don... Read Full Review
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