2012 Nissan Xterra S 2WD
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|Option||ABS, Roof rack, 2WD, 4 wheel dics brakes, Auxiliary Input, 60/40 split folding rear seat, M + S Tires, child seat safety tethers LATCH, Roof Rails, USB Media port, Running boards, Privacy glass, Power windows, Air Conditioning, Power locks, Power mirrors, Cruise control, CD Player, Power Steering, Tilt steering, Alloy wheels, traction control|
|Engine||4.0L V6, Automatic|
|Hype||When it really comes down to it, the 2012 Nissan Xterra is an SUV best suited for active folks whose idea of a good time involves getting off the beaten path. With its beefy, body-on-frame construction, gobs of ground clearance and mulelike load-carrying capacity, the Xterra makes a great companion for weekend adventurers. The Xterra is also easier to live with during the week than its few remaining old-school SUV competitors. That's because the Xterra, with its traditional four-door design, is decidedly more practical in daily driving than the Toyota FJ Cruiser (big blind spots and goofy rear-opening access doors) and the Jeep Wrangler (noisier, rougher riding and generally less refined). The 2012 Nissan Xterra is powered by a 4.0-liter V6 that produces 261 horsepower and 281 pound-feet of torque. Of course, the Xterra has always been more about function than form, as seen in details like an easy-to-clean cargo floor with multiple tie-down points and available accessories that make it possible to secure bikes and other gear inside and out. If it turns out that the 35 cubic feet behind the rear seats or 66 cubic feet with them folded down isn't enough cargo room for you, the standard roof rack and gear basket up top stand ready to handle the overflow. Designated storage spaces for a first aid kit and water jug are nice details.|