The Nissan Xterra was a popular compact SUV, which was sold between 1999 and 2015. With two generations of the vehicle, the SUV offered affordability to families looking for additional space for personal and/or business use. Today, we’re going to head back in time to learn about the history of the vehicle, and why it was eventually discontinued. We’ll also discover ways in which you can extend the life of your current Nissan Xterra by maintaining and replacing the cylinder heads.
The Isuzu Rodeo is considered a hidden gem in the used car market, following the discontinuation of this vehicle back in 2004. This midsize SUV was manufactured from 1988 to 2004 and was a great option for anyone looking for a reliable and sturdy vehicle. Today we’re going to discover the history of the Isuzu Rodeo and why this vehicle was discontinued. We’ll also look at how cylinder head replacement can help to extend the life of this vehicle and save you money instead of buying a new car.
For anyone looking for a full-size SUV, the GMC Yukon is one of the most popular and reliable vehicles in this category today. Today we’re going to discuss the history of this vehicle and what makes it stand out so much on the market. We’ll also share some top tips about extending the life of your Yukon and common issues that drivers experience.
Since 1996, the Chevrolet Express has been produced by General Motors. This series of full-size vans was the successor to the G-series van and is still quite popular. As GM continues to focus on electrifying their fleet, they’ve announced the retirement of the Chevy Express in 2025. Keep reading as we discover the history of this vehicle and how replacing the cylinder head could potentially help you to extend the life of your Express van.