I put the Nissan Frontier and Toyota
Tacoma head to head online specs were
very similar. I test drove them back to
back and my opinions are: The Toyota
looks much better. Something just
doesn't appeal to me on the Nissan
front end. The Toyota felt more solid
all around and of better quality. One
thing that stood out was the Nissan
steering wheel felt "loose" (dont know
how else to explain it.) Nothing really
stood out that I really liked about the
Nissan except the price but
the additional Toyota cost will payoff
later in reliability. The Nissan was
cheaper but I obviously went with the
Toyota for the above reasons. 5,400
trouble free miles.
4 dr convenience. Locking rear
differential. Plenty of cup holders and
compartments. Fold down rear seats.
Clock placement as others have said.
Otherwise a great truck.
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