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First and foremost, can we please talk about that snorkel!?! All jokes aside - not only does this Xterra pass the eye test as we dug into the list of mods and accessories added by the owner we were really blown away. As we go through this listing you’ll see exactly what we’re talking about, we’re seriously impressed with the capabilities of this truck.
Let’s get some of the basic details out of the way - located in sunny Orange County, California, this 2011 Xterra came from the factory with the top of the line Pro4X package. Standard in that package are all sorts of off-road goodies - Bilstein shocks, hill descent control, an electronic locking rear diff, and a Rockford Fosgate sound system. Other than that this beast came from the factory with little to no frills, Nissan built this Xterra for off-road usage. From the factory the Xterra comes with a 4.0L V6 making a healthy 261HP and 281LB/FT of torque, mated to a 5 speed auto transmission. All of that adds up to a rugged truck more than capable of hauling you and all of your gear around, as well as a toy or two.
Now, let’s get to the goodies! Under this 73K mile truck you’re going to find all the wonders of the off-road world - front and rear (electronic) locking differentials, a full Titan swapped suspension with PRG Tie Rods and break lines. The rear of the truck features an Alcan 4” lift kit with PRG adjustable shackles and Bilstein 5165 shocks. For wheels and tires we’ve 5 Black Rhino Duggars wrapped in “that good good” Goodyear Ultraterrains with an estimated 10K miles on them. Additionally, you get custom bumpers, out-back is a MaxGear with less than 6 months of use and fully optioned and out front you’ll find a Heftyfab Aluminum Bumper. For added protection, this rig also comes with skid plates, sliders, and rear differential covers galore from the likes of Heftyfab, White Knuckles Offroad, and PRG.There’s also a MaxGear roof rack insert and Gobi ladder. Talk about a hefty list of mods!
It seems like the owner left the inside up to your imagination as there’s not much description on the interior from the listing but generally speaking Nissan left these things just as we like them, spartan and easy to clean. Although leather was an option for this package we have yet to hear back from the owner if that box was ticked at the time of purchase. Included with this truck are awesome WeatherTech Floor mats and a Sony radio.
We think 25K is a very fair asking price for this truck but to sweeten the deal a little but this owner is willing to get creative and trade up or down and negotiate on the price a little bit by removing some of the aforementioned parts to get it into your price range. But we say take this thing AS-IS it’s awesome!
We will say that the paint quality on these Nissans have been known to be a little dubious and this little Xterra is no different as it features some small scratches and dents but nothing that wouldn’t keep you from forging through any trail or stream - we don’t buy these things to keep clean do we?!?!
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