Reviews of the Xterra, 2006 Nissan Model

Six reviewers reveal mixed feelings about the 2006 Nissan Xterra. Consumers rate the 2006 Xterra according to its advantage and disadvantages. Some customers say it is a true rugged RV, is fun to drive, handles great in traffic and off the road, and is very comfortable. However, one person says he should have bought a Mazda tribute (Johnson from Texas) which has better fuel economy, better suspension, rear window hatchback opening and more. Find out what these reviewers are saying and more.
To follow is a more detailed report of what people are saying about the 2006 Nissan Xterra SUV, as well as other information related to the reviewing of the Xterra.

RR Jimmy from Florida says that the Xterra “this is a true SUV not a weenie fwd wannabe.” He goes on to say that the live axels are more rugged and durable, and that the rear wheels do not have to be periodically aligned, and tires last longer due to even tread wear.

He describes the vehicle as a true rugged SUV for an affordable price, not a model that was build by a company that tries to make a good SUV. He says it is a good one and priced well also.

A person who is referred to as Outback Jack from NY, NY also has good things to say about the 2006 Xterra. He states that it is the best SUV in the market, built solid and tough, fast, and comfortable. He also says thought the gas mileage could be better (16 miles per gallon in the city, and 22 miles per gallon on the highway), it is better than most SUVs. He calls it “A real SUV!!! Rough and ready for anything.”

Gilbero Rodriguez from Palm Beach, CA also holds the 2006 Nissan Xterra in high esteem. He says the 2006 Xterra has “All the Looks and Power I could ask for in a SUV” and that it is fun to drive. He further states that he just bought this vehicle after a owning a two door sports car and did not expect it to be such a thrill to drive. He says he strongly recommends this car to anyone who has a family but would still like to drive a “cool car”.

The only thing that Rodriguez would like to see differently is that they should have made the power locks and power windows standard for the vehicle. Other than that, he thoroughly enjoys his Xterra.

One person does not point out as much positive about the 2006 Nissan Xterra as the other do. Someone who is called Johnson from Houston states, “I should have bought a Mazda tribute for the price I paid for and getting a better SUV and power.” Some of the reasons why Johnson says the Mazda as to why is because according to him it has better suspension, better resale value, better fuel economy, power seats, power locks.

He goes on to continue state all the advantages that the Mazda has over the Xterra. He also states that the 2006 Xterra has bad fuel economy, price, leaf springs, and solid rear axle. He had not one good thing to say about the 2006 Nissan Extra.

The above reviews for the 2006 model were based on consumer’s comments as well as a scale of 1 to 5 stars based on an average of five attributes that were rated. These 5 attributes are “Overall Satisfaction” “Appearance” “Comfort” “Performance” and “Value”.

The overall star rating for the five reviews showing (there was six but one is not in view for some reason) is 4 stars for the 2006 Nissan Xterra.

To each his or her own as far as the Xterra is concerned. This particular review has been taken from yahoo.com. Those reading this article may find other information about the 2006 Nissan Xterra very interesting.

A whole section if information is available just for the 2006 Nissan Xterra. There is a tool called “Build your Xterra” which helps a buyer choose the desired interior and exterior color, trim, and more to give the consumer an idea of what a desired 2006 Nissan Xterra will look like.

Furthermore, additional specification information can be found online as well. Along with that, off road and on road test results can be found as well, with comparison to other makes and models of SUVs.
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