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  • “Three climate-control knobs have replaced crude sliders.” — USA Today
  • “...a cocksure pose that leaves all the others in the stylistic ditch.” — Car and Driver
  • “...simple, rugged, and invulnerable. It makes you look forward to every drive and makes every drive feel like an adventure.” — Automobile
  • “The left side of each front seatback has 'shirt pocket' storage for sunglasses or cell phone.” — AutoWeek
  • “The roof is raised over the rear seats... [with such a] nice view through the windshield, back-seat passengers might not notice how little legroom exists-an inch less than the smaller Toyota RAV 4.” — New Car Test Drive
  • “...all the really neat stuff is in the [optional] packages, and in extra-cost accessories beyond the packages: neoprene seat covers, interior two-bike rack, and a tow hitch.” — New Car Test Drive
  • “Quality's a bit below average.” — USA Today
  • “The ride can be choppy on the highway, the V-6 engine tends to produce equal parts noise and acceleration, and the interior is Spartan at best.” — Automobile
  • “Ignore the base Xterra XE, with its overworked and underpowered 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine, manual transmission, and rear-wheel drive.” — Automobile
  • “We are impressed by the build quality of the chassis and the fit-and-finish of the hardware.” — AutoWeek
  • “...a mini SUV with numb-steering and sloppy handling -- a rarity in this class...” — Edmunds.com
  • “...several well thought out and useful features, including... a first aid kit.” — Woman Motorist
  • “...don't be alarmed by the truck's physical size; the price is small by comparison.” — Edmunds.com
  • “...no one is going to mistake Xterra for a minivan.” — Woman Motorist
  • “Xterra is equipped to take drivers and their gear beyond the pavement...” — Woman Motorist
  • “...the 'woody,' that '30s tree-clad station wagon used by teens in the early '60s for surf board transportation, of the new millennia.” — Cars Everything
  • “...this is a vehicle of extremes. Oops, we mean Xtremes...” — AutoWeek
  • “...the Xterra is cool... a basket for your wetsuits on the roof rack... an interior mountain bike rack...” — New Car Test Drive
  • “...the rear seat is low to the floor, leaving adults with their thighs angled skyward...” — Car and Driver
  • “The Xterra sways at gusts and leans in curves, not surprising given its height and boxy shape...” — New Car Test Drive

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