I own a 1995 Nissan XE King Cab 4X2 with almost 80K for miles. Have owned it almost 8 years. Love it. Never had it in a Nissan Dealership for any maintenance except for warranty work. It just doesn't brake for anything major. Took it overseas twice for 3 years at a time... had no problem driving on either side of the road. Enjoyed pulling in the mirrors in Bath, England to get through crowded streets. One complaint though. Nissan should not have used plastic mounts for the sun visors. Both of mine are trashed and used or new ones cost same money in my area. Good news is you almost never see these trucks in the junk yard so someone is driving them forever. My adolescent daughter has dibs on it for when she gets her license--except she wants to repaint it Cherry Red instead of the Royal Purple it is now. I'd buy another 4X2 Nissan truck in a minute.
HI Nissan People, anyone know where to get aftermarket parts for the interior such as sun visors, headliners, arm rests etc...?I am also looking for mud flaps and a few other exterior parts less expensive than dealers.. I have a '94 Hardbody 4x4.
Bought a 1995 Nissan XE new and today I have 321,656 miles on it. Have spent less than $900 dollars on repairs and or replacement parts. While working in Houston I was driving 110 miles round trip daily. If it ever dies on me I will purchase another Nissan. Last month while having it tuned the mechanic knocked the glove box off its mounts, but that is about the only thing that is wrong with it at this time.
I bought a 1995 XE truck (two wheel drive) in 1996 it had 20,000 miles on it. I still have it today and it has over 300,000 miles.
I put in one alternator, and it still has the same clutch pressure plate and throw out bearing. Put in three batteries shocks and tires.
It still goes every day. Best truck I ever owned.
Thanks for letting me post this.
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