(SOLD) 2001 Nissan Xterra 4WD - Colombia May 2014

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#1 Wed, 02/05/2014 - 09:10

(SOLD) 2001 Nissan Xterra 4WD - Colombia May 2014

To date we've driven our Nissan from Brazil, through Argentina and up to Bolivia. It has been extremely reliable, secure and fuel efficient with the bonus of a natural gas fuel system. We can honestly say we wouldn't want to see South America any other way. The freedom that driving a car has given us has allowed us to meet local people, camp in remote place and visit isolated towns; all experiences we wouldn't have had to the opportunity to have if we were traveling by bus and plane. Sadly we are planning to finish our SA adventure in Bogota Colombia at the end of May, 2014, however, we will have some degree of flexibility on time and location. We have detailed the specifics of the car and additional features below.

Car specifics:

2001 Nissan Xterra automatic with 4WD option 
V6 engine
Petrol (gasoline) engine
Gas tank conversion installed by previous owner

Additional features:

Tinted windows (full tint on back windows for safety) 
Front and rear bull bars and light protectors 
Rear ladder
Coleman storage compartment on roof
Spare 20L fuel tank 
Additional 4WD headlights

Sound sound system includes modern CD player, AUX (with cable for iPad/iPOD or phone connection), & AM/FM radio

3x DC power points including 2 in the front and one in the boot of the car- very useful for charging electrical items.  

Fire extinguisher
Emergency triangles 
Tool kit
Original owners manual
Driver and passenger side window wind protectors
Additional security features can be discussed further via email

Camping gear:

4 man tent (comfortably sleeps 2)
Electric double air mattress (with option of air pump) 
Butane gas stove
Cooking utensils including pots, fry pan, knives, cups, cutlery and plates for 2 people
Ice box/food storage container

Please don't hesitate to email us for further details at [email protected]. We will be more than happy to answer any questions you might have about the car, or driving South America in general.

Cheers,

Romano & Genna 

 

 

 

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