A potent 4.0-liter DOHC 24-valve V6 gives you the power to climb faster and farther, while Continuously Variable Valve Timing delivers heightened efficiency and on-demand power.
Power, control and fuel efficiency are in the palm of your hand with Xterra’s 5-speed automatic transmission.
Xterra's heavy-duty steel double-wishbone front suspension and stabilizer bar, plus its rigid leaf spring rear suspension, help soak up even the nastiest rocks and washboard.
The 2015 Xterra 4x4 has a covered gear box at the head of the roof rack for added storage.
The 16" x 7'' wheels are made out of solid steel, making them both rugged and strong.
Xterra features rear privacy glass, enhancing the vehicle's sporty look and attitude.
Xterra’s remote keyless entry system allows you to remotely lock and unlock the doors. It also comes equipped with a panic button.
The Bluetooth® Hands-free Phone System activates via steering wheel-mounted controls. Now you can keep up connections no matter where the road takes you.
Xterra comes equipped with power windows for quick, convenient control. Also featured are power door locks that automatically lock moments after you have reached a certain speed.
The under-floor storage provides a sweet spot to store extra gear, and with its removable lid, access is a piece of cake.
Xterra is equipped with a standard air conditioner, keeping you and your passengers cool and comfortable.
Settle in, turn up the volume and enjoy the ride. The standard AM/FM/CD audio system pumps through six speakers.
Nissan Advanced Air Bag System includes dual-stage supplemental front air bags with seat belt sensors and an occupant-classification sensor. The inflation rate of these dual-stage air bags adjusts depending on crash severity and seat belt usage.
Xterra features Zone Body Construction with front and rear crumple zones and steel side-door guard beams. A reinforced steel-frame structure helps maintain the integrity of the passenger compartment, while crumple zones absorb crash energy.
TPMS monitors tires for low inflation pressure, which can shorten tire life and help reduce the load-carrying capabilities of the vehicle.
Front-seat Active Head Restraints move up and forward during a rear-end collision, helping reduce the chances of whiplash-type injuries to front-seat passengers.