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I’m selling my 2011 Nissan Pro-4x Xterra which I bought from original owner. It has very low miles (69,000), and is from the Southwest USA. However, it currently stored at my fiance's house in Massachusetts. I can almost guarantee this is the cleanest Xterra you can find in NE as it has never lived a winter in salt, never smoked in, no kids. I am a field scientist that drives about 25k mi/yr, and this is my vehicle that I’ve driven coast-to-coast a total of 14 times. Everyone says they have ‘highway’ miles, but I have the fuel receipts from 40 states over 3 years to prove it. As this was used for work, I was reimbursed for all maintenance so it has never missed a maintenance interval, and has had full synthetic every 5k miles. ZERO rust, and interior is very , very clean! Needs absolutely nothing (new tires, brakes, battery). All fluids changed at 50K mi.


-Nisstec Ultimate Suspension (Old Man Emu HD leafs, w/ Billstein 5100s and Eibach 600lb springs; $1,800)
-Shrockworks Front Bumper + HI LED fog lamps ($1300 + $400 powder coating)
-White Knuckle rock sliders ($650)
-Hefty Fabworks skid plates ($900; + factory powder coat)
-Engo 12,000lb winch ($400 + $80 synthetic line)
-33" Kumho Roadventure AT51 (less than 15k mi).

Plus CB radio, weathertech mats, and other extras. Stock stereo. Clean title (no dealer fees, or taxes as this is titled/registered in New Mexico). Will facilitate fly and buy. Decide to list this as a global pandemic started. Yay. Only selling due to international move and everything must go. I've had significant interest but still waiting for the right buyer. Make an offer, worst I can say is no.
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I love that green. And the frame pic that looks brand new is almost jarring. Good luck with the sale!
Thanks, my friend! Yeah this was rarely driven in wet conditions much less salty (winter roads). Best and most versatile 4x4 I've owned by a long shot, replaced my Tacoma w/ 300k mi on the clock and I really wanted to see how long this could go.
 

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Nice rig! Too bad you can't bring it with you to your new destination. Best of luck...

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Nice rig! Too bad you can't bring it with you to your new destination. Best of luck...

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Thank you! Yeah, unfortunately it will be much more trouble than it is worth to try and figure out exporting and storage. I'll be living in a very dense city but with access to really fun Suzukis and Hi-Lux!
 

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That stinks. I'm the right buyer, but cannot afford that much. glws.
in the middle of a global recession...doesn't look like too many people can lol. Anyway, check out this picture of inner frame that I was able to get.
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