Overview & Reviews
All 2014 Nissan Xterras get Bluetooth phone connectivity and steering wheel-mounted audio controls as standard equipment. In addition, heated cloth seats and smartphone app integration (with Internet radio streaming) are now standard on the Pro-4X model, while heated leather seats are a new option. There are also new alloy wheel designs this year.
- Most livable truck in its class.
- Innovative cargo features
- Serious off-road prowess
- Unimpressive interior design and materials
- Poor fuel economy compared to similarly priced crossovers.
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Overall Satisfied, but not blown away - 2014 Nissan Xterra
By bgebsxterra - May 22 - 4:24 pm
I bought this truck because I wanted an SUV with 4WD or AWD that also had a manual transmission. I've only had it for 4 months and haven't had a chance to really test the off road capabilities. It is comfortable enough, but the interior is pretty cheap looking. For 2014 the Xterra Pro-4X gets the new Nissan Connect Infotainment system which works flawlessly. The Rofkford-Fosgate stereo is a little bit too bassy but overall sounds very good. Fuel economy is disappointing. Overall, I do enjoy driving it, and I at least have the feeling that I could take it anywhere. For the price, and the options this truck is difficult to beat.