Big truck, comes ready to play.
The Nissan xterra is just an old-fashioned, body-on-frame, type of SUV. The last year of manufacture was 2015. I have owned 2 of these vehicles, and have been very happy with both of them. They will hold lots of cargo, be it bikes, paddleboards, or all of my junk needed to compete in running or triathlon. They are a strong runner in the cold weather, and have both been the best vehicle I have ever used through over 40 Minnesota winters. My only complaint would be with the fuel mileage, which averages 16-20 mpg, but that is to be expected on a larger, robust, vehicle. I will be in the market to upgrade in a year or two, and I do not see a similar new vehicles in the Nissan line-up any longer.