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Everything Nissan, your source for OEM Nissan Xterra Parts at wholesale prices.

At Everything, we sell OEM Nissan Xterra Parts and ONLY Factory Nissan Xterra Parts. The Nissan Xterra Parts you see within Everything are all guaranteed to be 100% original Nissan-made auto parts. When you buy from Everything Nissan you are receiving the same exact Nissan Xterra Parts you would purchase from your local Nissan dealership. All of our Nissan parts come with a 12 month warranty AND satisfaction guaranteed!

2012 Xterra Hatch Tent 2011 Xterra  Cold Air Intake V6 2011 Xterra Tow Hitch Receiver
2012 Xterra Hatch Tent
Our Price: $356.25
Fits ALL trim levels of this Model - 10' x 10'
2012 Xterra Tow Hitch Receiver 2012 Xterra Fog Lights 2011 Xterra Step Rails
2012 Xterra Fog Lights
Our Price: $218.75
2011 Xterra Step Rails
Our Price: $197.50
X & S Models All W/O Factory Step Rails
Step Rails (2-Pc Set)
2012 Xterra Step Rails 2011 Xterra Interface System for iPod© 2012 Xterra Interface System for iPod©
2012 Xterra Step Rails
Our Price: $197.50
Fits ALL trim levels of this Model w/o Factory Step Rails
Silver (2-piece)
All With Cd 6
Interface System For Ipod
Fits ALL trim levels of this Model with CD 6
2011 Xterra Roof Rail Crossbars 2012 Xterra Roof Rail Crossbars 2011 Xterra Sliding Cargo Organizer
All Less Factory Crossbars
Fits ALL trim levels of this Model less Factory Crossbars - Silver (2-piece set) S & Pro-4X W/ C-Channels
Cargo Area Organizer, Sliding
The Nissan Xterra

The Xterra was introduced in North America in the 2000 model year and marketed with the slogan Everything you need, nothing you don't.

The Xterra was not Nissan's first compact SUV. Nissan in Japan had the Nissan Mistral, in Europe the Terrano a 2-door SUV sold from 1993 to 2006.

Three design cues remained through the vehicle's life, rear door handles, a raised rear roofline, and the hump-backed rear gate. The raised roof allows for stadium seating and the hump provides room for a first aid kit. The rear door handles are installed on the "C" pillar as a Nissan design tradition started with the 1986 Nissan Pathfinder. When the four-door Pathfinder was introduced, Nissan chose to conceal the door handles as a part of the "C" pillar trim to visually make it appear like a two-door truck with a camper shell, with conventional door handles on the front doors.

In the United States, the Xterra was Nissan's entry-level SUV until the arrival of the 2008 Nissan Rogue. In the model lineup, the Xterra is priced between the Rogue and the Murano.


The Nissan Xterra made its debut in the model year of 2000. From its inception, this SUV has a unique design and appeal that has continued in popularity to this day. Always available in both 2 and 4 wheel drive modes along with manual and auto transmissions, the engine was upgraded to a 261 HP 4.0 liter V-6 in 2005.

For 2015 there are 3 available models: X,S and PRO-4X ( X and S models are offered in both 2WD and 4WD versions )

Although the X model is an entry level grade, the standard features are numerous: Auto transmission, 4-wheel disc brakes with ABS, cruise control, power windows and locks, Remote Keyless Entry and Bluetooth.

The S model adds Sirius XM Satellite Radio (subscription required), dual power mirrors, C-Channel cargo floor with 4 moveable hooks and, for the first time, Nissan Connect with Mobile Apps. That includes a 5.0-inch color audio display.

PRO-4X models continues with Roof-Mounted Off-Road Lights. Additional standard equipment includes auto on/off headlights, Rear View Monitor, Leather-wrapped steering wheel and outside temperature display in rearview mirror.

For the outdoor enthusiast or urban commuter, the Xterra continues to provide just the right amenities without sacrificing the utilitarian aspects that enthusiasts will state… “Everything you need and nothing you don’t.”