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2011 Nissan Xterra - Styling Review

 
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On Styling
The 2011 Nissan Xterra looks rugged and ready for trail time.
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STYLING | 9 out of 10

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The Nissan's upholstery and plastics are a bit on the "bare-bones" side, and the interior trim and switchgear are starting to look dated.
Four Wheeler

plainly geared for SUV enthusiasts who want vehicles that exhibit a fundamentally rugged, rough-and-tumble character, rather than a more car-like persona
Winding Road

One could describe the Xterra S' interior as "utilitarian," but we'd prefer to call it "dated."
CNET

When equipped with the Off-Road package, the Nissan Xterra really looks the part for serious off-road fun.
MSN Autos


It only take a glance to see that the 2011 Nissan Xterra is a serious off-roader. With its high stance, bulging fenders, externally mounted spare, and oversize tires, prominent brush guards, and skid plates in some trims, it looks rough and ready—yet there's something youthful and easygoing about the design that makes it look just at home with lifeguards on the beach as with serious Rubicon Trail purists.

Inside, too, the look is universally rugged, with tough-looking upholstery, easy-to-clean cargo surfaces, tie-downs, and extra storage spaces as part of the package.

Conclusion

The 2011 Nissan Xterra looks rugged and ready for trail time.

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