At Sutherlin Nissan of Vero Beach in Vero Beach, FL, we know that driving off-road can be more enjoyable then driving on the tarmac. That’s why we’re proud to offer a large inventory of the 2015 Nissan Xterra for you to test drive at our dealership. For 2015, the Xterra receives minor additions to make it more versatile. The Xterra S adds smartphone app integration, Bluetooth streaming audio, USB interface, hands-free text messaging and a five-inch color display. Other than these few changes, the Xterra remains a capable off-roader and usable on-road sport utility vehicle (SUV).
There’s a lot of competition in the SUV market, so let’s see how the 2015 Nissan Xterra does against the Jeep Grand Cherokee.
When comparing these two vehicles against one another, the first thing that you’ll notice is the price difference. The Grand Cherokee has a MSRP of $29,995 while the Xterra starts at $23,660, which is a savings of $6,335. Getting into a Xterra that is priced similarly to the Grand Cherokee would get you into the four-by-four S model, which would include:
If you’re looking for a capable off-roading vehicle with more front legroom, front hip room and rear headroom, then the Xterra is your best bet. Pair the extra space to the Xterra’s convenience features and you have a capable off-roader that can be used on a daily basis. The Xterra’s convenience features include:
Whether you’re off-roading or grocery shopping, you’re going to want to feel safe. Thanks to the Xterra’s extensive list of safety features, you can feel safe every time you get into the vehicle. Safety features on the Xterra include: