The 2014 Nissan Xterra is a four-door, five agents Suv which is offered in three trim levels. Entry-level X and midrange S model both are available with a choice of rear-or four-wheel drive, while the off-road-oriented Pro-4x is a four-wheel drive only. The 2014 Nissan Xterra comes standard with 16-inch steel wheels, rear privacy glass, roof rack side rails, full power accessories, air-conditioning, Upholstery fabric, a 60/40-split its rear seat, control cruise, a tilt-only the steering wheel, Bluetooth phone communications, and a six-speaker CD stereo with an auxiliary input.
The 2014 Nissan Xterra S gets 16-inch wheels and alloy, a front tow hook, driver seat with height Adjustable and Bar, a first-aid kit, cargo movement, and sound system with USB input and satellite radio an improvement. Four-wheel-drive S model also get a roof rack with crossbars and gear basket. The 2014 Nissan Xterra Pro-4x adds a number of ready to off-road features include an electronic locking up the difference, hill-start assist control hill-descent, Bilstein shock absorbers, skid plates and unique 16-inch alloy wheels with better off-road tires. There are lights, foglights and the use of off-road driving lights roof-mounted. Improvements include different cloth Upholstery, heated front seats, leather-wrapped wheel of an auto-dimming rear-view mirror, navigation system with rearview camera, a nine-speaker sound system Rockford Fosgate, and the suite Nissan’s smartphone functions related to the control of online radio voice. The Pro 4x Leather package adds leather Upholstery and passenger seatback map pocket, but deletes flat-folding front passenger seat.
2014 Nissan Xterra Interior
Like all cars, the interior of the 2014 Nissan Xterra has a vicious vibe and ready. There are many hard plastic surfaces which, in the car such as this, is actually a good thing, as it makes everything easier to clean up after a long day on the trail. Although there is ample room for four adults, remember that the majority of car-based crossover SUVs will offer Acer and more extensive list of creature comforts.
When it comes to hauling gear instead of the people, the Xterra light cargo and access to boast of nice touches like built-in USB spots like a first-aid kit and multiple tie-down points for securing your load. Behind the seats in place, there are 36.3 cubic feet of cargo space, and its seats increased to 65.7 cubic – the number and severity of this section. The standard fold-flat front-passenger seat on Pro-4x model makes it possible to make a long-term items and the lift gate building is closed, and gear with mud or can be toted up top and beefy roof rack and basket.
2014 Nissan Xterra Engine
The 2014 Nissan Xterra is powered by a 4.0-L V6 engine that produces 261 horsepower and 281 pound-feet of torque. Two-wheel-X and S model only had to go with the automatic five-speed, while the S four-wheel-drive and the Pro-4x a choice between automatic and manual six-speed. Rear-wheel drive is standard (except Pro-4x), and the four-wheel-drive with a multimode low-range transfer case is available as an option.
In performance testing, a 4WD Xterra with the automatic movement went from zero to 60 Mph in 7.7 seconds, which is average for a Suv midsize V6 engine. The 2014 Nissan Xterra rear-wheel-drive is rated an EPA-estimated 18 MPG combined (16 city/22 highway). Add four-wheel drive and the transmission issue, and the numbers drop to 17 combined. The automatic transmission and 4WD, the Xterra is still leading the 17 MPG combined for driving, but a 15-MPG city rating.
2014 Nissan Xterra Safety
The 2014 Nissan Xterra is equipped with antilock disc brakes, stability control, front-seat side airbag and side curtain airbag. Pro-4x models also control hill descent and hill-start assist. In brake testing, 2014 Nissan Xterra Pro-4x a stop from 60 Mph in 139 feet, which is the typical for an off-road-oriented SUV with all-terrain tires. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety gave the Xterra its position in the top rating in the moderate-overlap-offset and side-impact crash tests and the second-best rating of ‘acceptable’ roof test.The Nissan’s seat/head restraint design called “Marginal” Whiplash protection in rear impacts the back.