My truck has been great needs just the regular things only thing i would change is the plastic parts everything plastic just breaks or warps visors broke rear window hings and bumper step maybe being in Colorado the uv rays may be part of it but still. But would never get rid of it
I bought my truck new in late 1992, 17 years ago. It has been used hard, especially in summers and fall, hauling canoes, camping and waterfowl hunting. I can't imagine a more reliable truck. I replaced the clutch 3 years ago. All other repairs have been standard. The frame is showing superficial rust. Thats it! This is one spectacular vehicle. Oh, but a cupholder would be good.
I have over 200k on my nissan and it still runs great, doesn't use a drop of oil, and have never had to do any serious repairs. It gets excellent highway gas mileage (23 MPG) and is the most reliable vehicle I have ever owned. I'll never buy any truck other than a Nissan again!
I've had my Nissan p/u for almost 10
years and have just hit 100k on the
odomoter. No major problems with
anything. Just the usual battery,
tires, and freon replacements every few
years or so. If you're looking for a
dependable commuter truck with light
duty use for hauling things from Home
Depot on the weekends, this truck is
the one to get!
Drives like a car. Easy to park and
maintain. Logical layout of interior.
No major gripes.
Power even for a V6 is not great. Some
plastics in the interior have given out
rather early in it's life. Mileage is
so-so at about 19MPG City, 23MPG
Highway. Everything else is great!
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