2010 Nissan XTerra S : At a Glance

The Nissan Xterra SUV is aimed at the young or active consumers who need a midsize SUV with enhanced off-road capability. Built with stout body-on-frame construction and functional four-wheel drive, the Xterra continues to be a steady seller among those who use their SUV for outdoor recreation as well as those who want to give off that impression.

Compared to its car-based SUV competition, the Nissan Xterra‘s on-pavement performance is not as comfy or refined, but if serious off-roading is part of your routine then we’d recommend it as one of the better new or used sport-utilities on the market. The Xterra features solid build quality and a reliable nature, which translates into confidence-inspiring peace of mind as you head off into the wilderness of the urban — or more distant — jungle.


  • Plenty of room for friends and gear
  • Surprisingly refined for an off-roader
  • Beefy looks have a wide appeal


  • Bring a map, navigation isn’t an option
  • Off-road suspension borders on stiff
  • Exhaust note isn’t very appealing


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One Response to 2010 Nissan XTerra S : At a Glance

  1. trans am says:

    the xterra hasn’t changed much. looks smooth, but could use an update. the bulge in the rear hatch has to go at this point.

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