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Review This is my third 2nd gen Nissan. I had a 06 Xterra (same platform) with 186000 trouble free miles on it. I traded for a loaded 12 pro4x xterra. I put 35000 miles on that in 1 yr. Now to the Frontier. I traded off the xterra as I needed to haul cans of gas and diesel for work. My first experience is the truck is a little more bouncier than the xterra but not bad at all. gas mileage is less on the fronty as well. I avg about 18 on the fronty where 20 was the norm on the X. I'm Mr. cruise control and I keep a fuel record. I like everything about the fronty so far and the 8 way seat makes a long haul a non issue. I'm 49 and 6' 225 muscular build and I feel fine behind the wheel. I just wish they would add a telescoping wheel to the list on the next gen. as well as the diesel. I haven't had the chance to off road the frontier but I am sure it is as capable as the Xterra and it was quite the mountain goat. I have hauled my ZRX1200R a couple of times in the bed. Although it is a little short the rail system is awesome. I also have towed my M109R on my Kendon trailer and it pulls with ease. Probably around 1200 pounds. I did notice some mileage drop off though, which I never saw on the xterra while pulling my bike. I would also like to add that these trucks hold their value well . So in closing these are some things I would like to see on a new generation. 1. Bring on that diesel. I just came back from the Dominican republic and they have a diesel. What engine I don't know 2. Telescoping steering wheel 3. Keep the truck looking like a truck and not a damn crossover vehicle 4, Update the interior materials. get rid of the super easy to scratch plastics and find a softer version 5, A better center rest and better door arm rest please
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What options are available on the 2015 Nissan Frontier?
Available Nissan Frontier 2015 Submodel Types: Crew Cab, King Cab, Extended Cab
Available Trims: SV, S, PRO-4X, SE, LE, SL, XE, XE-V6, Desert Runner, Nismo, SE-V6, SC-V6, SE-V6 Desert Runner, SVE-V6, Standard, XE V6
Exterior Colors: Glacier White, Magnetic Black, Brilliant Silver, Super Black, Gun Metallic, Lava Red, Cayenne Red, Night Armor, Arctic Blue Metallic, Radiant Silver, Avalanche, Metallic Blue, Super Black Clearcoat, Storm Gray, Red Brawn, Red Brick, Granite Metallic Clearcoat, Red Alert, Storm Gray Metallic Clearcoat, Graphite Blue, Navy Blue, Aztec Red Clearcoat, Radiant Silver Metallic Clearcoat, Charcoal Mist, Forged Copper, Majestic Blue, Silver Ice Metallic , Silver Ice Metallic Clearcoat, Alpine Green Metallic, Aztec Red, Canteen Metallic Clearcoat, Cloud White, Electric Blue Metallic Clearcoat, Gold Rush Metallic , Granite Metallic, Just Blue Metallic, Molten Lava Pearl Clearcoat , Sand Dune Metallic , Sand Dune Metallic Clearcoat , Super Black