My pickup was incredibly reliable which is typical of Nissan. This was my second Nissan. I never had a problem with either. After over three years I have not had to have any repairs done to my Frontier whatsoever. I'm thinking of trading it in for Titan only because I want more space.
12V outlet in arm rest, looks, supercharger, bed extender, Nissan toolbox
Interior looks cheap and scratches easily. Nissan should lose the "plastic metal" look. I purchased Nissan's toolbox which is plastic, but looks great and is very unique. Unfortunately it is not waterproof and leaks quite a bit.
I absolutely love this truck. The
aggressive styling and performance in
this truck is impressive. The fact that
there are not that many supercharged
Frontiers on the street make people
really acknowledge the better look of
The supercharged power and the
aggresive design. Awesome Stereo
system. Great looking 17" rims.
The cloth seat could have been made of
better material; I have a 6 year old
and after seating in the back seat for
a few months, some shedding has occured
from brushing her shoes against the
A year and 13K+ miles, no major problems so far. Sales process and service top notch. For pros & cons, here we go: This is not a full size truck. This thing bounces around on rouch roads like Charo from the Love Boat. I got the Crew Cab for my 3 year old and it is tight, yet very functional. Also, this thing sucks petrel like no other 6-cylinder, albeit supercharged, engine I have ever seen.
A- for you looking for me to grade on a curve.
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