I had 91 Nissan 4x4 that just rusted
away The V6 was very thirsty and in
town 4x4 driving was in minutes of
driving not mpg. I needed an economical
replacement with an xtra cab. A
replacement 4x4 4 cyl was ~ $8000 more
(Canadian) So my next choice was the pre
runner 2.7 l having the same horse
power as my Nissan V6 and better mpg.
Would definitely recommend the 2.7 l if
you want a 4 cylinder truck to boot
around town cheaply. Reliability of
Ford/Mazda was worrysome. Nissan was
better equiped but 6.9%
Style is fantastic. 2.7 l motor is good
compromise between mpg and horsepower.
Truck is nimble and fun to own.
4 cyclinder trucks need manual
transmissons. Canadian pre runners need
16" tire and fender flare.
MOVE THE DAM CLOCK
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