I traded my 2000 Frontier for the 2005 model. After reading the Edmunds Reviews along with my experience with the 2000 there was no other choice. I looked at the Toyota Tundra and Tacoma, the Dodge Ram Series and those that GM had to offer, which confirmed my thoughts about the 2005 Frontier. I like the overall rugged looks of the exterior, the well laid out interior, its performance and roadability. I try to find reasons to get it out on the road and enjoy the drive. Best choice I ever made.
Comfortable drive, performance, rugged looks and well laid out interior.Bed extender and sliding bed divider
While I'm averaging 17-18 mpg in the city and 20-21 on the highway, I would better fuel economy all this in the face of risings fuel costs.
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