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Nissan Xterra, SUV
#2651 of 2816 Re: The real price of Xterra [yvonnez]
Mar 21, 2006 (6:52 pm)
I bought mine the day after they got it off the truck for $500 under invoice (dealer price). Plus I got to keep all the rebates. You can find the invoice pricing on edmund's website and price out the equipment. My Xterra is a 2006 OFF ROAD 4x4 AT. Total was Invoice - $500, then -$1000 Nissan Incentive & -$500 recent college grad rebate. Good luck and deal only with the internet/fleet sales dept, less haggling and BS.
#2652 of 2816 computer chip upgrade
Mar 23, 2006 (3:12 pm)
I see on Jet Chips website that they offer a computer chip upgade for the 06 Xterra. Has anyone done this on their Xterra? They claim 15-17 horsepower gain. mgoose
#2653 of 2816 Towing with 2005-06 Xterra?
Apr 15, 2006 (9:23 am)
Wondering if anyone is towing with this vehicle? Would like to tow a 19 ft. boat that is about 3,000 lbs. on the trailer, fully loaded (about 250 - 300 lbs. tongue weight). I am curious how the Xterra would handle this load, stability wise, stopping, accelerating, transmission shifting (any jumping back and forth between gears), squatting from the tongue weight, etc.
Not really interested in how the older Xterra models (i.e. 2004 & older) tow. Thank you.
#2654 of 2816 Re: XTerra and SNOW [nxt]
Apr 16, 2006 (10:27 pm)
Ya know? I do not know how the Xterra drives in the snow, that is one of my biggest questions. My mom has an 2005 Murano and we took a trip over the mountains and the AWD worked great . I ecspecially found the slip indicater helpful to let you know if your slipping when you don't know it. Anyways, how does the Xterra perform in snowy/icey conditions?
#2656 of 2816 Re: new video feature [steve_]
Apr 17, 2006 (7:06 pm)
That interactive tour was fun and awesome. Very informitive. Thanks for sharing!
#2657 of 2816 Had to replace the rear end of my Xterra
Apr 18, 2006 (3:15 pm)
Just got an Xterran and love it, handles great on and off road, on dry, wet, or snowy terrain. I started hearing a humming coming from the rear of the car. Took it in and when I did the took the read pumpkin apart (where the rear axel and drive shaft meet from my understanding) and the gear oil in there was black. They are replacing the rear end of my car as we speak. Has this happened to anyone else, or has anyone ever heard of this problem, and is it reoccurring? Thanks, Ryan
#2658 of 2816 Had to replace the rear end of my 2006 Xterra
Apr 18, 2006 (4:49 pm)
I just bought a new 2006 Xterra and love it. It is great on, and off road in any conditions, it is great in snow and mud. I have had a problem that I wanted to know if anyone else was experiencing, I had a humming noise in the rear of my car when going between 40 and 60. I took it in and they said that when they took the pumpkin (from my understanding where the drive shaft meets the rear axle) off the rear axle and the gear oil was charred. The are replacing the whole rear end free of charge for me. Has anyone else has this problem or heard of it? It is recurring? I have less than 4000 miles on my car and I'm surprised that I'm already having problems.
Apr 20, 2006 (2:57 pm)
hi, sometimes when im driving my 00 xterra the gauges go down, thats the sppeddometer, rpm , temp and sometimes the fuel gauge,thats for a long time then it goes ok , sometimes when i put the signal lights, the gauges go carazu uo and down, did somebody know why?
#2660 of 2816 evcessive rear tire wear
Apr 21, 2006 (4:54 pm)
Has anyone had problems with excessive rear tire wear on the 06 Xterra? Ours has 7000 miles and the rear tires are bald.