Nissan Xterra Wiper Blade Sizes (2000-2015)

As an Xterra owner, you’re always ready for an adventure. But when that adventure includes driving through a torrential rainstorm, you need wiper blades that are up to the task. Don’t let worn-out wipers ruin your on-road (or off-road) experience and leave you struggling to see what’s ahead.

Our Nissan Xterra wiper blade size chart takes the hassle out of finding the right fit for your specific model year. With just a quick glance, you’ll know exactly what lengths you’ll need for your driver, passenger, and rear wiper blade as well the preferred wiper blade brand among Xterra enthusiasts.

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Nissan Xterra Wiper Blade Size Chart

2015SUV24"18"12"Bosch ICON
2014SUV24"18"12"Bosch ICON
2013SUV24"18"12"Bosch ICON
2012SUV24"18"12"Bosch ICON
2011SUV24"18"12"Bosch ICON
2010SUV24"18"12"Bosch ICON
2009SUV24"18"12"Bosch ICON
2008SUV24"18"12"Bosch ICON
2007SUV24"18"12"Bosch ICON
2006SUV24"18"12"Bosch ICON
2005SUV24"18"12"Bosch ICON
2004SUV19"19"14"Bosch ICON
2003SUV19"19"14"Bosch ICON
2002SUV19"19"14"Bosch ICON
2001SUV19"19"14"Bosch ICON
2000SUV19"19"14"Bosch ICON

About the Nissan Xterra

The Nissan Xterra was a compact SUV that was first introduced in the United States in 1999 for the 2000 model year. It was designed to be a rugged, off-road capable vehicle that could compete with the likes of the Jeep Cherokee and Toyota 4Runner.

The first-generation Xterra was based on the Nissan Frontier pickup truck platform and featured a distinctive, boxy design with a stepped roof and a raised rear roofline. It was available with either a 143-horsepower 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine or a 170-horsepower 3.3-liter V6, and could be had with either rear-wheel drive or four-wheel drive.

In 2005, Nissan introduced the second-generation Xterra, which featured a redesigned exterior and interior, as well as a more powerful 4.0-liter V6 engine that produced 265 horsepower. This generation also saw the introduction of new off-road features, such as hill descent control and an electronic locking rear differential.

Throughout its production run, the Xterra was popular with outdoor enthusiasts and off-road enthusiasts who appreciated its rugged capabilities and practical design. It offered features like a first-aid kit, cargo net, and even a built-in air compressor on some models, which made it well-suited for camping, hiking, and other outdoor activities.

Despite its popularity, the Xterra faced stiff competition from other compact SUVs like the Jeep Wrangler, Toyota FJ Cruiser and 4Runner, and Honda Element. These vehicles offered similar off-road capabilities and rugged designs, but often with more modern features and amenities.

In 2015, Nissan discontinued the Xterra due to declining sales and changing market trends. However, the Xterra remains a beloved vehicle among its fans, who appreciate its no-nonsense approach to off-road performance and its practical, go-anywhere design.

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