2005 Nissan Frontier 4dr King Cab LE 4WD SB (4.0L 6cyl 5A)
I did a lot of research, the more I looked the more I found supporting the Frontier as the superior truck. I drove both and also drove the Colorado. All drive similar with the Tacoma having a cushier ride. Questionable if that's what you want in a high CG vehicle. I bought the Frontier. Full box frame, 4 wheel disk brakes, 265 hp V6 on regular unleaded gas, sprayed on bed liner developed specifically for Nissan. It was really no contest. Toyota dealers would not even give me a price quote hinting that truck of the year warranted no price concessions. Nissan dealers wanted to make a deal and gave me the best deal.
Full box frame, 4 wheel disk brakes, 265 hp V6 on regular unleaded gas, sprayed on bed liner developed specifically for Nissan, ALBS (automatic limited slip braking system) cargo track tie down system, low tire pressure sensor, 5 speed automatic transmissionquiet interior when driving, it's all good
The only thing I'd change is reduce the little gimic compartments. I don't need cubbie holes to put stuff.
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