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Nissan South Wholesale Parts
(770) 968-1360
6889 Jonesboro Rd
Morrow, GA
 
Troncalli Nissan Service Dept
(404) 292-3853
1625 Church St
Decatur, GA
 
Lloyd Nissan Inc
(850) 785-9561
5260 Peachtree Industrial Blvd
Atlanta, GA
 
Stone Mountain Nissan Parts
(678) 252-3200
4275 Stone Mountain Hwy
Lilburn, GA
 
Gwinnett Place Nissan
(770) 476-7771
3230 Satellite Blvd
Duluth, GA
 
Conyers Nissan
(770) 922-7600
1420 Iris Dr Sw
Conyers, GA
 
Nissan Of Union City
(770) 964-4900
4080 Jonesboro Rd
Union City, GA
 
Capitol City Nissan Parts
(770) 457-4441
5211 Peachtree Industrial Blvd
Chamblee, GA
 
Cronic Nissan
(678) 967-2277
2646 N Expressway
Griffin, GA
 
Capitol City Nissan Parts
(770) 457-4441
5211 Peachtree Industrial Blvd
Chamblee, GA
 

2004 Nissan Xterra Compact Sport Utility Vehicle

By Sandra Kinsler and Brian Leshon   

New Car Review of the 2004 Nissan Xterra Compact Sport Utility Vehicle

Description: Compact SUV
Base MSRP Range: $18,000 - $28,000
Invoice Price Range: $17,023 - $26,188

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Consider Nissan's five-door Xterra SUV for the compact class a rugged wagon capable of serious off-road play as well as an affordable pavement cruiser.

It provides seats for five in a wagon's boxy format but can also haul lifestyle sports paraphernalia -- such as mountain bikes, camping gear, skis or kayaks strapped to a slick roof rack. Sports equipment kits and mounts both inside and out for bikes and boats and skis show up on the list of optional equipment, while the tubular aluminum roof rack has a removable mesh basket for cradling soft equipment like diving gear or soggy ski boots and suits.

Xterra uses either the four-cylinder or V6 engine out of Frontier -- including a supercharged V6 option -- and provides rear 2WD or 4WD traction. The 4WD mechanism has a two-speed transfer case with high and low ranges for off-road trekking. Base engine -- a twin-cam 2.4-liter four-in-line -- reaches 143 hp and mates with manual or automatic shifters, while the optional 3.3-liter V6 runs to 180 hp. Then a supercharged variation on XE or SE surges...

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2005 Nissan XTERRA Compact Sport Utility Vehicle

By the Staff   

New Car Review of the 2005 Nissan XTERRA Compact Sport Utility Vehicle

Description: Compact Sport Utility Vehicle
Base MSRP Range: $20,800 - $27,300
Invoice Price Range: $19,617 - $25,534
Where built: USA

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Consider Nissan's five-door Xterra SUV for the compact class a rugged wagon capable of serious off-road play as well as an affordable pavement cruiser. It comes with 2WD or 4WD traction and provides seats for five in a wagon's boxy format but can also haul lifestyle sports paraphernalia -- such as mountain bikes, camping gear, skis or kayaks.

Xterra for 2005 grows up with a larger cabin and a big 4.0-liter V6 engine as the standard powertrain. Platform and engine are derived from the compact-class Frontier pickup, as are transmission options -- a 5-speed electronically controlled automatic or 6-speed manual.

Cabin layout shows twin front bucket seats with a second-row bench and seatback split and foldable. In the rear, the cargo floor is flat and has an easy-clean surface plus a channel track system for flexibility in securing large loads. New trim designations apply: Xterra S, Off-Road and deluxe SE.

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2006 Nissan XTerra Compact Sport Utility Vehicle

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Description: Compact Sport Utility Vehicle
Base MSRP Range: $20,050 - $27,750
Invoice Price Range: $18,961 - $25,954
Where built: USA

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Nissan's five-door wagon for the compact class works as a pure SUV that's part cushy transportation vehicle for riders and part tool box for hauling lifestyle sports paraphernalia like a load of mountain bikes, gear for camping or rock climbing, skis or kayaks.

Platform and powertrain come from the Frontier pickup with 2WD traction or a part-time 4WD device with 2WD/4WD-high/4WD-low modes. The 4.0-liter V6 in Xterra achieves 265 hp with a six-speed manual shifter or five-speed electronic automatic.

Revised trim designations apply with Xterra X as the new base grade. Xterra S stocks preferred equipment, Xterra OR stands for Off-Road and brings traction choices, while Xterra SE is the top trim with a Rockford Fosgate audio kit aboard. Xterra's cabin carries twin front bucket seats and a second-row bench with split/folding seatback. The rear cargo floor is flat and made of hard vinyl for easy cleaning.

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