Nissan Pathfinder Tuning

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Key exterior styling features include large, flared fenders, a versatile roof rack with latchable lid and a rear bumper design with side steps for easy access to the roof rack. It also offers a large, powerful hood and headlights and Nissan SUV signature angled strut-style grille.

2007 Nissan Xterra features a long wheelbase for a smoother ride and greater interior room, yet the overall length is very manageable due to a reduced front overhang – which enhances maneuverability in off-road hill climbing and trail situations.

The interior concept for the second generation Xterra is very similar to its predecessor: everything you need, nothing you don’t.

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Xterra’s interior is spacious enough for four riders and their gear, with ample leg room, head room and cargo room. The interior is also highly flexible. The 60/40 split folding stadium-style rear seat is joined by an available fold-down front passenger seat, which creates added utility for hauling long recreational gear. The glove compartment is a double deck design with a lock, lamp and damper. There is also additional instrument panel storage. The Xterra Off-Road model includes unique blue or charcoal seat fabric and a leather-wrapped steering wheel.

The cargo area is highlighted by an Easy Clean Cargo Area flooring and a total of 10 cargo area utility hooks – six on the floor/sides and four on the ceiling (floor hooks can carry up to 110 pounds). An adjustable channel system in the cargo floor, similar in design to the Utili-track system offered on the Nissan Titan and Frontier pickups, makes it easier to secure bike racks and other accessories or gear. There’s also an available built-in first-aid kit and space to securely carry up to one-gallon jugs.

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“The Xterra’s combination of thoughtful cargo area features creates an extremely versatile space for hauling all the things that accompany active lives,” said Bosley.

The only engine offered in the Xterra (the four-cylinder option has been deleted) will be the 4.0-liter V-6 from the Frontier and Pathfinder, which amounts to a stroked 350Z V-6. Although the new Xterra has put on a few pounds, the revvy VQ40 sends 265 horsepower and 284 pound-feet of torque to either a six-speed manual or sturdy five-speed automatic, the latter a version of the Titan/Armada transmission.

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The stiffer, boxed frame permitted chassis engineers to create a more precise on-road feel (i.e., less shudder) with better springs and shock tuning, allowing the Xterra to compete with more car-based SUV platforms (RAV4, Santa Fe, CR-V, Escape). Our only gripe popped up on a longer (higher-speed) section of highway, where the speed-sensitive rack-and-pinion steering goes numb on center, requiring ongoing fine adjustments to the wheel.

Scribbled on December 12th 2007 in Nissan, Nissan Pathfinder
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