I've had a Ranger, Dakota, and an S10, and this truck has been better than them all. A little underpowered and a gas hog, but the front is comfortable and the four doors are great. Bed extender for the short bed is a must. Great looks, well built, engine has plenty of aftermarket parts available. I will own another Frontier after my experience with this one.
Four doors, roof rack.
Had to put about $700 worth of aftermarket engine parts on to get the engine up to snuff.
After 51,000miles, my 2001 Frontier's AC would not blow cold air. i had it checked out at the dealer and the low end hose was leaking and was replaced,at my cost. After a few days, hot air was blowing again. Now, it's the evaporative cooler behind the dash that is leaking. This, I think, is a highly unexpected problem to occur on a car this new. I thought Nissans were very reliable, that is why I bought it, in the first place.
I liked the crew cab, with the rear defroster, locking tailgate, bed extender, and sporty roof rack.
Improve the back of the rear seat to something more usable. Make a better console between the front seats. This car could also use an overhead console and under seat storage area in the rear.
I've had no problems thus far with this
vehicle. My only problem and maybe I'm
being picky is the gas mileage and the
speed limiter. The truck shuts down
when you hit about 100mph. And yes I do
have a heavy foot.
Ive had a 93 and 98 Ford Ranger. but I have to say ever since I got my 01 frontier crew cab. I have been very-very impressed, with everthing but the gas mileage, but the trucks style, comfort and handling make up for it. I havnt had ant problems with the truck it now has 32k and running like it did when I first drove. GOOD JOB NISSAN. Ford needs to payt more attention.
AM-FM CASS and CD Player
Needs More Power without Supercharger
better gas mileage.
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