"Everything you need, nothing you don't" � that was the marketing theme for the original Nissan Xterra sport utility vehicle when it launched for the 2000 model year. Mark McNabb, Nissan Division general manager, says it's also the theme for the redesigned 2005 model.Like the original, ... Read Full Report
One of my favorite SUVs has become even better.Last fall, Nissan introduced the second generation of its compact Xterra for 2005, which continues as a true truck-based sport utility designed for the kind of rugged off-road driving that I enjoy.It returns for 2006 with no significant changes, since it was just redone.The redesign of the Xterra coincided with the makeover of the Nissan Frontier p... Read full review for the 2005 Nissan Xterra
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I bought my 2005 Nissan Xterra with 45000 miles on it and so far no issues to report at all. It handles great in the city, rougher ride, but it is an SUV on a truck frame and i like it. The seats are ... Read Full Review
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