The 2015 Nissan Xterra comes slightly redesigned. It gets new exterior color, SolarFlare Yellow. Inside the new Nissan midsize SUV now will be 5.0” color audio display, Bluetooth, satellite radio, and some more features and accessories. The Nissan Xterra SUV incorporates its signature strong exterior styling with a spacious, adventure-ready interior.
2015 Nissan Xterra review
The exterior design consists of big flared fenders, a powerful-looking hood and headlights, Nissan SUV-style angled strut grille, a flexible roofing rack with latchable lid and a rear bumper design with side steps for easy access to the roofing rack. Roof-mounted off-road lights, built into the roofing system rack air dam, are basic on PRO-4X designs, along with freight gearbox and 16-inch machine-finished aluminum-alloy off-road wheels.
Xterra’s long wheelbase helps offer a smooth ride and sufficient interior space, yet its overall length is highly manageable due to the short front overhang– assisting to boost maneuverability in off-road hillside climbing up and path circumstances. The 2015 Xterra is provided in 8 readily available exterior colors: Glacier White, Cayenne Red, Metallic Blue, Brilliant Silver, Night Armor, Super Black, Lava Red and SolarFlare Yellow (late accessibility).
Inside the unmistakable Xterra exterior is an equally unique “multi-flex” interior with space enough for as much as 5 adults and their gear, with ample legroom, headroom and freight room.
Standard interior functions consist of sporty reclining front bucket seats and a 60/40-split folding stadium-style rear seat with detachable seat bottom cushions that produces included energy for transporting long leisure gear. Other basic equipment includes dual front and rear 20-ounce cupholders, power windows, power locks, Remote Keyless Entry and cruise control with steering wheel-mounted controls.
There is likewise a readily available integrated first-aid kit and area to firmly carry jugs as much as a one-gallon size. Securing bike racks and other devices or gear is made easier with a readily available adjustable channel system in the cargo floor, similar in design to the Utili-track system provided on the Nissan Titan and Frontier pickups (standard on S and PRO-4X designs).
Xterra likewise provides a few required amenities to make any experience a bit even more pleasurable, including conventional Bluetooth Hands-free Phone System and an offered premium Rockford Fosgate-powered audio system with 8 speakers and subwoofer, guiding wheel-mounted audio controls, MP3/WMA capability plus aux-in jack. SiriusXM Satellite Radio is basic on S and PRO-4X models (SiriusXM subscription needed offered independently).
New Nissan Xterra SUV specs
Powering Xterra is a 4.0-liter DOHC V6 ranked at 261 horsepower and 281 lb-ft of torque. The engine includes such advanced design features as lightweight aluminum block and cylinder heads, Continuous Valve Timing Control System (CVTCS), Nissan variable Induction Control System (NICS), silent timing chain and microfinished camshaft and crankshaft surface areas.
Two innovative transmissions are provided: an available digitally controlled 5-speed automatic transmission, with an emphasis on acceleration, fuel economy and move quality, or a 6-speed manual transmission tuned for driving performance and fuel economy.
Xterra is offered in 4×2 or 4×4 configurations. Xterra 4×4 designs showcase a part-time 4WD system with 2WD/4HI/4LO modes and digitally controlled transfer case. Xterra PRO-4X designs consists of 2 advanced off-road technologies– Hill Descent Control and Hill Start Assist (automatic transmission only)– in addition to an electronic locking rear differential.
2015 Nissan Xterra price
|4×2 X||4.0 Liter V6||A/T||$23.660|
|4×2 S||4.0 Liter V6||A/T||$25.670|
|4×4 X||4.0 Liter V6||A/T||$25.710|
|4×4 S||4.0 Liter V6||M/T||$26.670|
|4X4 S||4.0 Liter V6||A/T||$27.720|
|4×4 PRO-4X||4.0 Liter V6||M/T||$30.590|
|4×4 PRO-4X||4.0 Liter V6||A/T||$31.640|