Nissan should go back to the drawing
board with this engine. Supercharger
is good idea and helps make up for the
wimpy-6. Really bad fuel economy - 16
city/20 hwy for a compact pickup. Have
to align the front-end every 5,000
miles at $55 bucks a pop - one of the
Nissan production techs told me this
was a common problem with
the "bigfoots" as he called it,
referring to the large wheels and tires
they put on the S/C models with no
suspension modifications. Do not
expect tires to last more than 25K mi.
Quick acceleration thanks to super-
charger. Baywatch styling.
Significantly improve fuel economy. Fix
the front-end alignment problems.
Power improvement without a supercharger
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