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Xterra 3rd Row Seating?

I'm not thinking about buying this, but anyone know anything about this:

http://seattle.craigslist.org/tac/pts/2687079430.html

"I have a brand new never installed third row seating for a 2010 Nissan Xterra. I purchased this seat new and now I don't need it. I paid $940 for it but I am asking $700 obo. I need this gone soon. I will send pics upon request. I can also meet you if your in reasonable driving distance. Please if you have any questions fill free to ask."

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google is good

http://www.littleseats.com/nissan_xterra.htm

if he doesn't need it, does that mean his baby-momma left him?

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can't say i'd really trust it for highway use. But for moderate trails, the kids would probably have a blast.

That being said, i was raised riding in the back of my dad's 70's suburban without any seats or anything back there.
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There was a thread about it some time ago and the argument was brought in, that Xterra is not designed for a third row seat. Meaning that in case of it being rearended the rear part of the vehicle would absorb the impact all the way to the second row of seats.
Just what I heard.

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Not a good idea, the cargo area is partially a crumple zone. There was a pic posted several years ago that showed an X that was rear ended pretty good by a box truck. The cargo area was completely crushed. Wish I could find the pic.

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My mother in law could sit back there no?
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^^ sure.. lol. Just not your kids haha
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my brothers an insurance adjuster, he told me that if you get rear ended in any SUV that has a 3rd row you can say goodbye to who ever sitting there. its not just the X that uses more than the first foot for a crumple zone

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Suvs that have a third row from the factory have different crumple zones. That is the difference in installing your own seat and having one from the factory.
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