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2015 Nissan Xterra OVERVIEW

The Nissan Xterra debuted in 2000, and little has changed since then, except for a mild 2005 redesign. Considering the cult-like status of Xterra, it's no surprise that Nissan has left it alone. It is one of the last of a dying breed, as body-on-frame, midsize SUVs are quickly being replaced by more nimble crossovers.

What's New for 2015

Because Nissan is so careful not to interfere with the success of the Xterra, it kept the changes from year to year rather light. For 2015, these include additional technology for the S a new exterior color dubbed SolarFlare Yellow.

2015 Nissan Xterra

Choosing Your Nissan Xterra

The Xterra is a rough-and-tumble SUV, but its interior can be as basic or well-equipped as you'd like. All Xterras come with the same 4-liter V-6 that produces 261 horsepower and 281 pound-feet of torque. Aside from the engine, you need to choose whether you prefer to row your own gears or if you'd like an automatic transmission. If you prefer a manual, that immediately eliminates the base trim level as it comes only with a five-speed automatic. You also have to choose between two- or four-wheel drive, unless you opt for the top-of-the-line Pro-4X model, which comes standard with four-wheel drive.

Once you take care of the drivetrain selection, there are three trims to choose from:

X

With a base price of $23,660, the X comes a five-speed automatic transmission, Vehicle Dynamic Control to help keep things steady on- and off-road, four-wheel disc brakes for superior stopping power, power windows and door locks with keyless entry, cruise control for those longer highway jaunts, a Bluetooth hands-free system for safer talking while driving, 16-inch wheels, a roof rack for hauling all of your gear, a six-speaker audio system with AM/FM/CD capabilities, and speed-sensitive steering for better feel of the road.

S

The S comes in at $25,670, and adds more standard features. These include 16-inch aluminum-alloy wheels wrapped in BF Goodrich Long Trail tires, lumbar support for the driver's seat to keep you comfortable on long trips, "Easy Clean" back seats for easy removal of all mud and dirt, a C-Channel cargo floor with movable floor mounts for easy cargo hauling, a front tow hook on four-wheel-drive models, SiriusXM radio, power mirrors, a five-inch color display audio system with iPod integration, and NissanConnect with Mobile Apps.

Pro-4X

The Pro-4X model is the king of the Xterras, and it checks in at $30,590. For the extra cash, the Pro-4X delivers 16-inch wheels clad in 265/75R16 all-terrain rubber, roof-mounted lights for nighttime off-road expeditions, automatic headlights for added convenience, black body-side moldings to protect the SUV from flying rocks, special embroidered seats, a rearview camera, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shifter knob for a comfortable in-hand feel, hill descent control and hill start assist for an easier time trekking through the countryside, a lockable differential for getting you out of those sticky situations, Bilstein gas-filled shocks to handle the bumps and thumps of the trail, navigation with a 5.8-inch color touchscreen, Bluetooth audio streaming, and a Rockford Fosgate audio system with nine speakers and a subwoofer.

CarsDirect Tip

There are not many options that allow you to build up a lower trim level to mimic a higher level -- for instance, you cannot build an X trim to match the Pro-4X. Because of the exclusive features on each trim level, be prepared to pay more than $30,000 if you want an Xterra that is built to handle frequent off-road trips.

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2015 Nissan Xterra

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