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2006 Nissan XterraReview
DACMAN1 writes:
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The car had no pep and the interior was more basic than my 1995 Celica. It felt sluggish and was unusually loud.

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James writes:
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Awesome car and that is it for the car

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2006 Nissan XterraReview
Alexander writes:
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The cars features are good just needs an aux jack or bluetoothand its all set

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2006 Nissan Xterra XReview
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Suv To Serve As Both A Daily Driver And A Weekend Warrior — This is my third Xterra. I've owned a 2000 and two 2006 Xterras. Two of them were manual transmissions because I used them for my side carpentry work. I needed the X to pull a trailer filled with custom cabinets. My Xterra gets the job done every time I needed it. I currently own a 2006 X model with 150k miles. I expect to get well over 200k miles when its all said and done and will get another after this.

Primary Use: Utility (towing boats, transporting cargo, etc.)

Pros: Solid ride for my commute and weekend fun in the mud!

Cons: Gas mileage could be better

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2006 Nissan Xterra SE 4WDReview
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Decent, Safe, Reliable, And Sporty — Good vehicle that has a decent resale value, dependable, and maintenance has been very easy. Purchased mine at 88K and now has 126K. Only major repair has been replacement of radiator and coolant bottle. Very powerful engine and drivetrain. 5-disc CD changer was a nice touch. factory remote start and alarm also very nice touches to be considered when making this as a perspective purchase. Bad part is the back seat is fairly narrow. While it will fit 3 fit adults, it will only fit 2 baby seats. There is about 10 inches of space between the baby seats when installed...so not enough for another person.

Pros: Powerful vehicle with a comfortable ride and plenty of power ports throughout the vehicle.

Cons: poor fuel economy, small cargo area, and narrow back-seat (only can fir 2 baby seats).

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2006 Nissan Xterra S 4WDReview
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Aggressive Style — The appearance of the Xterra has a aggressive style look to it. Has the power you need to get through any snow or off road terrain. Amazing in snow with its 4-wheel drive. Lots of room inside for the family and running strong to this day

Pros: Great room for family, lots a fun to drive, engine is very powerful

Cons: Fuel Economy

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2006 Nissan Xterra S 4WDReview
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Excellent 4x4, Will Give The Rest A Run For Their Money. — Nissan's VQ engine has won awards continually from the time it was first introduced, and right up until current. The 4.0 liter VQ engine, used in the Xterra, is just as quick as the VQ used in the Z cars, plus it has a longer throw for more low-end torque. You can't beat this engine. Anyone who drives one will instantly fall in love with the performance.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Basic part-time 4x4; handles off and on road driving excellently.  Motor Trend Magazines 2005 and 2006 off-road SUV of the Year award

Cons: Can't think of any.  This is an excellent vehicle

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2006 Nissan Xterra Off-Road 4WDReview
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Wonderful — I loved everything about this car, but it's geting older and it's almost time for a newer model. If I could I would get the same model but newer. Perferably in black or gray also a 4x4 with black interior.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Fun family car

Cons: it's old

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2006 Nissan Xterra Off-RoadReview
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This Suv Is Perfect For Young Families. — Performance- This SUV is very peppy and fun to drive on the road. The steering is a bit heavy,but its a heavy vehicle. The buld quality is awesome. Styling is good. Gas mileage is unimpressive. This vehicle can be fun to drive.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Very Practical and Comfy.

Cons: Gas Gussler

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2006 Nissan Xterra SE 4WDReview
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Fun On Wheels — This Litle bad boy as a V6 265 horse power beast inside strong enough to pull my boat. Ride quality is a little bumpy but it's build on a truck frame and it's build to go off road. Very good machine for the price but i would not buy it new , it's $$$$$. Gas Economy is good considering the HP and the size, and compared to my dodge ram well it's easy to beat!!! The interior is great , comfy seat , lots of room ( to carry baby stuff ) and seats fold flat all the way in the front to carry large stuff.A little dificult to get in the back seat very narrow door, great for kids though. Original radio is Excellent with 6 speakers and a sub under the seat, feal like 18 again LOL. I love this vehicule, it does is job very well and as a lot of power to pass does sunday drivers. I rate this vehicule 9/10

Primary Use: Utility (towing boats, transporting cargo, etc.)

Pros: Does the Job, Any Job

Cons: Bumpy ride on rough roads, Narrow back door

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Reviews From Other Years

2015 Nissan Xterra Reviews

Review By GuruGSLKD

I love everything about the model except that it’s a 6 speed. Read More

Review By Hugh

This vehicle is as good as advertised. i would recommend. Read More

2014 Nissan Xterra Reviews

Review By Bcf

I really like that it was available with a 6 speed manual transmission. I am disappointed that Nissan is going like everyone else and eliminating their manual transmissions. I almost never get stuck... Read More

Review By Guru9Y8YJX

It’s an excellent SUV with equally capable on and off-road capabilities. Read More

2013 Nissan Xterra Reviews

Review By Amber

Great suv! I absolutely love it. I went from a 2000 model to the 2013 Pro 4X. It is even better and more fun to drive. The leather seats are a nice upgrade along with the navigation system and back u... Read More

2012 Nissan Xterra Reviews

Review By Rory

All I’ve ever driven are big SUV’s like suburban or Navigator L. So the Xterra gave me my first taste of a crossover. I love the pep and tight handling. It’s like driving a super quick go-cart. It... Read More

Review By Guru9YL3L5

The xterra is not too big or too small, it has a roof rack and is a proven dependable vehicle. One problem with this xterra and the frontier and the maximas is the timing chain has to be replaced at... Read More

2011 Nissan Xterra Reviews

Review By Guru9BFXXL

This is a utility vehicle first and foremost. It has plenty of room and very capable of handling things on and off road. It is comfortable and powerful. The only thing that holds this back is its fuel... Read More

Review By Guru9D2Q2F

It’s a little tight between the driver and the door but for an suv it’s really kinda cool. Read More

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