Gear: Signal 88 Security Nissan Xterra


Signal 88 Security Nissan Xterra

Category: Patrol Vehicles & Equipment
Subcategory: Patrol Vehicles
Price: Base MSRP $27,770 + Signal 88 Security Package $10,000
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•261-hp 4.0-liter V6 engine •Electronic control 4-wheel drive •Active Brake Limited Slip (ABLS) •4-wheel Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) •Hill descent control and hill start assist (A/T only) •Electronic locking rear differential •Bilstein® off-road performance shocks •Skid plates (transfer case, oil pan, and fuel tank) •Tubular roof rack with air dam •Power door locks and windows •Remote keyless entry •16" Aluminum-alloy wheels •Splash guards •Easy Clean cargo area with Utili-track™ Cargo Channel System

Member Reviews

  • 008_max30
    tiggerxer, Thu, 26 Aug 2010 16:09:48 UTC.
    1st review

    The Nissan Xterra SUV is aimed at more active consumers who need a midsize SUV with enhanced off-road capability. Built with stout body-on-frame construction and functional four-wheel drive. The Xterra features solid build quality and a reliable nature, which translates into confidence-inspiring peace of mind as you head off into the wilderness of the urban.
    The Nissan Xterra is powered by a 4.0-liter 265-horsepower V6 paired with a five-speed automatic. There are four trim levels: X, S, SE and Off-Road. The first three are offered in both rear- and four-wheel-drive versions, while the Off-Road is offered in 4WD only. The entry-level X comes with full power features, air-conditioning, keyless entry and a six-speaker stereo with CD player. The S adds alloy wheels, step rails, a multi-adjustable driver seat and an easy-to-clean cargo area with enhanced tie-down points. The SE piles on more premium touches such as leather seating and upgraded audio while the Off-Road model isn't quite as luxurious but boasts extra equipment that improves off-road performance.
    Xterra's strengths include its powerful V6 engine and above-average off-road capability. It still doesn't deliver the sharp handling that a crossover SUV would, however. If you never plan on leaving the street, there are certainly better compact or midsize SUVs on the market. But if trail-busting is your thing, you can't do much better than the Xterra at this price point.

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