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Used Nissan SUVs Ratings

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    3/14/2003 1:48:23 AM

    2003 Nissan Murano - SL AWD

    Pros: Sportyness with comfort

    Cons: The yellow color used for the instrument panel

    Advice: Go for it

    Amazing vehicle.The killer look is backed up by it's sport sedan ability ,without the bulkiness of a truck. Tested it on ice and snow covered montain roads, and was reassured by it's stability and secure drive.. All in all the best vehicle I ever owned,with the added feature of legendary Nissan's reliability.

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    2/23/2003 9:54:09 PM

    2003 Nissan Murano - SL FWD

    Pros: The drive

    Cons: Carried a load that I needed to have the back door open partially. Had bungy cord but there is no place on the door to attach bungy or anything els to. A Drag.

    Advice: We live in South Florida and found a dealer that reduced the price around 2 K so shop around. also I'm sorry I didn't get AWDR. Safer.

    Fun to Drive, really fun to drive. Fast, tracks well, and it feels solid. We have the leather & Premium pkg. Love the seats, leather and sound system that comes with a subwoofer under back matt. Back seats fold down easily. Small turning radius which adds to the fun of the drive. In sum total, with all the interior and exterior positives, ya just want to drive this car. We got it for 2K below sticker. I lucked out.

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    2/22/2003 3:02:58 PM

    2002 Nissan Xterra - SE (M5) 4x4

    Pros: 4X4 very good

    Cons: rear tyres protrude and dirty your clothes getting in and out

    Advice: check fo transmission whines at 55 miles an hour

    Quite and a pleasure to handel , heavy on gas

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    2/18/2003 5:03:00 PM

    2003 Nissan Murano - SL AWD

    Pros: CVT Trani,

    Cons: Cup holder/instrument cluster

    Advice: I bought mine for under invoice,, way under. It all depends on the dealer

    I had my doubts coming out of a E320. This car is a rocket. The trani is seamless,,,no chirping automatic gears? What a concept! It handles tight turns and does well on the highway. Road noise is at a minimum even with the big tires. I had it out inthe snow today and it performed better that any truck I have ever driven in the snow. The big tires really help it plow through two feet of snow.

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    2/18/2003 6:12:10 AM

    2002 Nissan Xterra - SE S/C (M5) 4x4

    Pros: Build quality

    Cons: Fuel mileage

    Advice: If you can feed it, BUY it.

    This is my second X-Terra. My first was a 2000 XE, which I drove for 3 yr, 45000 miles. My experience with that truck was excellent with the exception of the fuel mileage, which was a dismal 15 mpg. on the highway. The new truck is a vast improvement; quieter, more refined feeling, and finally enough power with the supercharger. Body roll is less with the 17' rims as well. The redesign is awesome making the already great looks even better. The cabin is super trick now with power points everywhere ans a kick-ass Rockford Fosgate stereo. My only complaint once again is the mileage which now is an abominal 12 mpg. on the highway. The price of performance I suppose. I still love this truck and would recommend it to anyone who can afford to keep it fed.

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    2/16/2003 11:20:56 AM

    2002 Nissan Xterra - XE (M5) 4x4

    Pros: Tough, rugged, turning circle - manoeuvres like a mini

    Cons: front seat comfort, engine noise, highway stability

    Advice: Make sure you really want to use it's off-road capabilities - otherwise get something better suited to pavement driving.

    Not a great highway vehicle - driven for over a year now - it's tough, reliable, but has poor fit and finish - obviously built to a price. Off road ability is EXCELLENT. I bought it because most SUVs don't even offer a 5-speed in the USA. 5-speed (no longer available) gives adequate performance and better control than automatic. But the shifting is notchy, even for a truck. It does have a harsher ride than the 4-Runner and the steering is not very precise for highway driving, though sensible for off-road. Keep both hands on the wheel if you want to stay in lane! Aerodynamic shape actually gives worse highway gas mileage than city. (17.5 overall). I put a pad on the seat and seat covers - much more comfortable.

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    1/21/2003 11:22:45 PM

    2003 Nissan Xterra - XE (M5) 4x4

    Pros: You look good in this car!

    Cons: When driving I felt really high, the seats in the XE were uncomfortable, and the dash seemed to make clicking noises when turing on and off buttons (which I was told was normal?)

    Advice: A brand new 2003 with all the features you'd want is at least $25,000. You can find 2001/2002 with the same features for a lot cheaper! Make sure to get warranties!

    Determine the difference between all the Xterra models before buying! I liked the features, but the new 2003 doesn't seem much different than the others besides the obvious body differences. It didn't seem too loud on the freeway, but you really had to stomp on it to get it to go up a steep hill. All in all, it was a cool car, but I didn't see much difference from the earlier models.