Once again, Nissan is bringing us one of its most powerful SUVs . Redesigned, improved and strong as its predecessor, comes the great 2016 Nissan Xterra.
Redesign of interior and exterior
Main changes that 2016 Nissan Xterra will suffer will be powerful chasis and strong axle. These changes will give to this well known SUV even more powerful look. There are some speculations how the new Xterra will be heavier than its predecessor. We also heard that Nissan is thinking to enlarge the roof of this vehicle. However, some of the exterior changes on the new Nissan Xterra are: better headlights, larger fog lamps, smaller grille and improved wheel guards. As far as interior redesign is concerned, first we shall say which features will remain unchanged about this vehicle. These features are: a 5.0-inch color audio display, Bluetooth hands-free with streaming audio, satellite radio, USB port, text messaging and Midrange Xterra S models add Nissan Connect with mobile apps. This Nissan Xterra will have just some minor changes about its interior design. Some of these changes are improved seat covers and Pandora Link support for Audio system. New Xterra will also come with 6 airbags and rear camera.
2016 Nissan Xterra engine spec
Under the hood of this remarkable SUV will be 4.0 liter V6 engine. This engine is capable to produce 261 horsepower and 281 lb-ft of torque. It is possible that new 2016 Nissan Xterra will obtain Cummins diesel motor. New Xterra will come with six-speed manual transmission or five-speed automatic transmission. It will need 7.2-7.4 sec to accelerate from 0 mph to 62 mph.
Release date and price
2016 Nissan Xterra will be released in 2015 as 2016 model. It will have many competitors on the market. Some of these competitors are Jeep Wrangler, Toyota FJ Cruiser and Jeep Cherokee
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