Nissan group have made it clear that they will not take much interest at producing this SUV crossover. This has been fueled by a massive 2018 Nissan Xterra SUV reduce in sales experienced in 2014. How will this model be received in the market on its release? Let us hope its new features will boost the make’s current market position.
2018 Nissan Xterra Exterior and Interior Redesign
On its exterior, changes will be targeted to improve chassis power as well as a sturdy axle. It will endow a more powerful physique with these properties. New Nissan Xterra comes with a heavier weight capacity and a broader roof compared to its precursors. The front and rear ends will also have modifications; upgraded headlights and bigger fog lamps will be augmented with a reduced grille. A Nissan logo will be fixed at the grille’s center as their official signature to maintain the Nissan brand. Well-fit wheel guards will further flavor the car’s profile. That’s not all, 2018 Nissan Xterra will be suspended higher with a unique suspension degree at the front end.
The interior will not experience adverse changes, it will maintain the same 5.0 inch color audio system, USB port, Bluetooth enabled streaming audio, text messaging features and a satellite radio. Despite this, enhanced seat covers, 6 airbags, back camera and Pandora audio support takes 2018 Nissan Xterra to higher levels beyond its predecessors.
New Nissan Xterra Engine Spec Performance and MPG
Running the model is an incredible V6, 4.0-liter engine. Its major change will be a shift to Cummins diesel engine type designed to generate 261 horsepower muscle and 281 lb-ft torque. Additionally, it will incorporate a six or five-speed manual transmission system. This will basically cost the model 7.2-7.4 seconds to cover 62 mph acceleration limit from 0mph. Its fuel consumption is estimated to lie between 16mph in city landscapes and 17 mph in highway landscapes or 20 mph for both while engaging all-wheel drive genre.
2018 Nissan Xterra Price and Release Date
2018 Nissan Xterra is basically a sport car designed under Nissan F-platform. This is the right pick for those in need of long distance vehicles especially in rough terrains; its manufacturers have ensured a spacious interior with luxurious and comfortable layouts. However, it should be understood that this model will be launched as 2017 model. Its price therefore will not be much different from its previous makes in the line. Xterra X will go for about $24,000, Xterra S $26,000 and lastly Xterra PRO -4X which is sold at the highest price of $31,000. It has been estimated to be released to the market by the end of 2017. Job well done to 2018 Nissan Xterra’s designers and manufacturers.