I think the 2wd Nismo is a lot of truck for the money, especially since I was able to get it for almost $3000 off sticker price. I drove the tundra, tacoma, and colorado, none of which even remotely interested me after I drove the Nissan. It has the feel of a full sized truck without the bulk. It handles well and has plenty of power on hand. The nismo 2wd does very well off road, and the locking diff comes in really handy on a slippery uphill section of dirt. The spartan cabin feels very refined and is very quiet offroad and on the highway. I love this truck!
The locking differential!! Ample horsepower and torque. All of the storage compartmants and the ergonomics of the controls. High build quality.
I can't think of anything that I don't like yet. Gas mileage isn't great, but if you want a truck with some power you have to pay for it.
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