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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 09-13-2015, 11:23 PM Thread Starter
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Goodbye Xterra

Just read the 2015 is the last year for the Xterra.Can't believe it,I,m soo P----D! Had 2 and still drive a 2012.They're great.Now I don't know what to get when I deceide to buy again.Any suggestions out there.Jeeps just don,t cut it for me but I might consider one
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post #2 of 19 (permalink) Old 09-14-2015, 07:45 AM
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Re: Goodbye Xterra

Unfortunately as more and more women and others buy "SUVS" they become more like an all wheel drive station wagon
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The Xterra,s are rollovers waitin to happen.Alot better choices IMHO.
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post #4 of 19 (permalink) Old 09-16-2015, 02:51 PM
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Unfortunately as more and more women and others buy "SUVS" they become more like an all wheel drive station wagon
That's a big affirmative!

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Re: Goodbye Xterra

Yup, I had an xterra and really liked it. Only other real suv anymore is the 4runner. Heck, even the pathfinder can only find a path to the supermarket.

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Re: Goodbye Xterra

Xterra's were nice rides - liked to drink the gas though.

Why Chevy ever stopped making Blazers baffles my mind.
The fact that they replaced them with the crappy car-frame/unibody Equinox baffles me further.

I have a 2002 Blazer (bought new) with only 101,000 miles on it. Just tossed $1,000 in it - basically got a new suspension, dampers, wheel bearings, etc..

I am keeping this 4WD rolling tackle box/gun rack for as long as I can.

Like the OP - I don't see anything on the market that can match what we have/had..

and I ain't willing to dump 40K on a 4Runner.
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"Xterra's were nice rides - liked to drink the gas though."

Kind of a Nissan thing.

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Took your advise and after doing research I decided on a 2016 4Runner SR5. Very Happy with it and I,m sure I will enjoy my hunting adventures with it and my German Wirehaired Pointer,JAGER!
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I have a 2016 4Runner Trail and its a great vehicle. My road doesn't get plowed a lot when it snows and it is great in the snow. I love it. They're great SUVs...

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