Ok,so maybe it's a bit early,I just bought it a week ago,but so far it seems absolutely phenominal.The NISMO model is a bit tougher on the bumps,but then it is a 4x4 after all.If you are in the market for a midsize pickup I would look no further.After exhaustive research,not one of the others is as well equiped,or has as many great features.The Frontier is the only truck in it's class with STANDARD four wheel disk brakes.Compared to the more popular Toyota Tacoma,this is the better truck.I think my only two complaints would have to be:no long box option,and gas milage seems a bit lower than expected.
Most powerful in class V-6, Fold up rear seating, RUNS REGULAR UNLEADED (important in Hawaii where gold is cheaper than gas...LOL), four wheel disk brakes, SPEED SENSING INTERMITANT WIPERS-STANDARD, great interior feel, quiet ride, good curb to curb turning radius,nice throaty exuast note.
Xenon HID headlights,better nifty tricks like auto up and down power windows on all widows, and turn key window and sunroof shut/open when key is turned and held in lock or unlock (see all VW models).When you lock the truck with key fob and door is open alarm doesn't set when the door is closed.
Intermittent wipers should not be an option, should be standard not 250 extra.
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