The Frontier longbed doesn't have a
very tight turning radius, so I find
myself backing up to get centered in
parking spots; average gas mileage is
around 16; I'm not a large guy but even
with the steering wheel all the way up
it still catches my legs getting in and
out. Although it has 4 doors, there's
very little leg-room in back. My child-
seat in the back is only inches from
the front seat, so I have to get the
kid out side-saddle, and he can kick me
upside the head any time he wants. The
inside was obviously not designed by or
for anyone in North America.
Great stereo, great sporty looks, more
options than anyone could ever want.
I'd redesign this to move the backseat
back about 5". I'd also increase the
standard engine size to at least a 4.0L
V-6. It also needs to raise the amount
of adjustment on the steering height a
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