This is almost everything you would
need in a pickup truck. If you change
to S/C pulley to a slightly smaller
one you could achieve the pathfinder
horsepower of 240. Then truely would
this be a S/C truck thats fun to
drive. I can't complain about anything
else except the fuel mileage. In town
you get 15 mpg. Pretty bad! All in all
this is a great truck and 10,000 less
than a full size with a kickass stereo.
Great Truck. Not as much fun as the
short bed Crew-Cab, but hauls a bunch.
Excellent workmanship and reliability.
However, Gas milage is below my
expectations at 18 highway/16 city with
6 cyl auto, no supercharger. The
Nissan trucks NEVER let you down.
Always run. (Just follow maintenance
Improve gas milage. Improve driver's
seat comfort (now acceptable, but not
upto some other truck standards).
Driven all kinds of trucks from great
big diesels to little bitty 4-cyls...
can't beat this for quality. Mileage
depends on the driver. I get 15 in the
city, 17(hwy) when I tow my small
camper, and an honest 21(hwy) when solo
(I'm happy with that with a 2-ton
compact V6). I have had this truck 14-
mo now and have no complaints when you
consider the competition's price and
Right now I am approaching the end of
my first gas tank at 250 miles. That
says a lot so far. This thing is, no
doubt, a gas gusler. Other than that,
it seems like an intelligent purchase
for someone who needs a truck but does
not want to sacrifice a back seat. The
truck is stylish enough to be proud of
driving and gets the job done. I can
see myself making the following
changes, such as a Tanneu Cover, to
help gas mileage.
Very comfortable to drive. Good
initial pickup and torque on the
automatic. Stylish. Good base sound
system. Good visibility.
Need to rethink the CD holder in the
center console. Better mileage.
Center console could come out further
for arm resting. Don't like the
location of cruise control.