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#680939 - 15/02/14 12:23 PM New too xterras
acorsnitz Offline
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Hello!! Been looking at getting an'04 Xterra SE/SC (4x4 of course) that has about 120k miles on it. Any reviews on this vehicle would be appreciated. I've always wanted an xterra and the chance has finally landed in my lap. Please help me decide!! Thanks

#680940 - 16/02/14 02:03 PM Re: New too xterras [Re: acorsnitz]
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Registered: 28/06/09
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FIRST , got to find out if the timing belt was ever changed, should have been done at 7 years of age, or at 105k miles, it was wasnt done it needs to be, COULD cause fatal damage if it lets loose from being old and worn out.

SECOND, the SC's are pretty much the worse of the bunch for MPG's, so do not expect to get good miles per gallon, and do not expect to change anything to make it better.

My '02 just passed 120K, the rear leaf's appear to be getting pretty weak, other than that, I love the ride.
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