2015 Nissan Xterra Houston TX
The auto industry is a fickle one. There are trends that ebb and flow without much warning, and sometimes vehicles that we love–we remember you too, Murano Crosscabriolet–are retired for arious reasons. Now, if rumors are to be beliveed, the iconic vehicle shown above, the 2015 Nissan Xterra, won’t return to the lineup for the next model year. And, although changes in the automotie landscape certainly make its retiring understandable, we at Robbins Nissan will also be sad to see it go. You might even call this a eulogy of sorts. The Xterra has been in our lineup since 1999, offering a isible and iable off-road vehicle that combines solid fuel economy and rigid, body-on-frame construction to offer an incredibly ersatile vehicle. It has storage compartments throughout the cabin (and even on the roof), and it’s position as a legend in the off-road community is secure. In its latest iteration, the 2015 Nissan Xterra is more ersatile than ever before. In addition to the aforementioned roof rack that can hold up to 150 pounds of wet and dirty gear, the Xterra offers rear side bumper steps for easy access, an Easy Clean cargo area that easily wipes down after a day on the trail, and the popular Utili-Track Cargo Channel System to help secure more cumbersome items with ease. Powered by a 4.0L V6 engine that delivers a potent 261 horsepower, the 2015 Nissan Xterra delivers outstanding power and efficiency for Houston-area adenturers. Additionally, with heay-duty off-road suspension, hill descent control and start assist, and an electric locking rear differential, the Xterra is perfectly suited to the area’s many backwoods and backwaters. And now, with its upcoming retiring from the Nissan lineup, it’s your last chance to enjoy one for yourself. If you’e never gotten to enjoy this vehicle for yourself, we encourage you to take a 2015 Nissan Xterra for a spin. Its clever combination of real-world functionality and weekend-warrior ersatility makes it a favorite for drivers who enjoy a throwback to the off-road vehicles of old.