Nissan Hybrid SUV Review

If you are looking for a new SUV on the market today, and are looking to save at the pump, purchasing a Nissan Hybrid SUV is a great choice, not only for a quality vehicle and great pricing, but to keep driving past the pump, and when its time to stop, save on gas costs. So, when considering your new purchase, thinking of price, safety, and ratings for your new Nissan Hybrid SUV is something which all purchasers will consider before choosing their new car. For a great ride, top of the line safety features, great exterior and interior look, the 2011 Nissan Xterra hybrid SUV is a great choice for all consumers considering a new SUV.

With the base X model starting at $24,260 not only do you get a great price for an SUV, but you also get great quality and features to go along with that low price point. It offers a powerful 4.0 liter, DOHC 24-valve V6 engine, at 261 horsepower, and up to 281 lb-ft torque strenght; so, for power and a smooth ride you will love this car.

It also features a variable intake brake system, 6 speed manual transmission, either a 2-wheel active brake or a 4-wheel active brake model (depending on if you purchase AWD or FWD models), and an engine speed sensitive power steering feature to ensure the safest ride. As far as the gas mileage, the model gets 21 city miles per gallon and 28 highway miles per gallon, which compares with other hybrids on the model today, and exceeds many other competitors.

The exterior offers a sporty look, rugged exterior, which can handle any terrain. It comes with all season tires (and a spare), to be able to handle any road conditions, from snowy weather, to the wettest roads on a rainy day, you can be guaranteed to get a safe ride. It also features step rails for passengers to get in and out of the vehicle easily, a black front bumper which can hide any defects if you damage or scratch it, a rear tire deflector, UV reducing solar glass, and a rear privacy glass which doesn’t let anyone see what you are doing inside.

As far as the interior, the base model features: A/C controls in front and rear seats, digital voltage and air pressure gauges, power windows doors, and locks, remote keyless entry, cruise control, a power saver battery, a digital clock, three 12-volt power outlets, side nets for luggage and cargo storage, under floor cargo storage area (for when the third row seats are down, and for you to have extra storage space), CD player, and heated front seats. (Optional features include navigation, dvd, and upgrade to leather interiors).

For optimal safety it offers: front, side, and curtain airbags, driver and front-passenger seat side impact airbags, roof mounted air bags, front-seat head restraints, LATCH systems (for children’s safety), and a tire pressure monitoring system. It also comes base with a 36 month, or 36,000 limited warranty, and a 5-year, 60,000 mile limited powertrain coverage.

Whether you are looking for class, safety features, a great looking car, powerful engine, oh yeah, and a great hybrid saving you on gas mileage, the 2011 Nissa X-terra is a great choice for your next Nissan Hybrid SUV to purchase.

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