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Pros: Seats and positioning. Bluetooth cell phone conection. Bed tie-down system and spray in lining.
Cons: Fuel milage. The red stiching on seats Pro4x logo on the front seats. Breaking.
The Bottom Line: Much more comfortable than a Tacoma.
I bought this new truck in June of '09 and have had no problems with it at all. I compared it to Toyota's Tacoma at simular features and price. For me the Frontier has a far more comfortable seating position and is little quieter for road ... read more
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May 1, 2010 (Show)
Author's Product Rating: 50
Pros: Easy to drive. Good power from the 4 banger. Good handling. Great storage in cab.
Cons: steering. The U turns are wide. Still love this truck
I have the 4 banger with XE King Kab with the auto. It gets about 19 mpg city and about 22 or 23 highway. I have used it a lot. Smooth power. Easy access. Better fit and finish then the Chevy Colorado or the Toyota Tacoma. Bigger and much newer design ... read more
2009 Frontier 2wd 4cyl 5sp
Sep 28, 2009 (Show)
Author's Product Rating: 20
Pros: Bodystyling, manualwindows, goodlooking steelwheels. Tworeardoors arenice, but notworth theextra 600plus pounds andpoormpg. No OnStar.
Cons: Steelwheels don't lookasgoodas thealuminumwheels thatcameonmy 2002, standard. Doorwaytoosmall, you'd thinkitwouldbe biggerforalarger truckthan2002, butthe2002 ismuchmoreeasy togetin/out.
My 2002 Frontier xcab with 53k still gets 25mpg town, 27.5 hwy (son now owns it).My 2009 Frontier same config, barely eeks out 20mpg with 50/50 hwy and town driving (and that's babying it). Probably due to the 600plus pounds added to ... read more
Bang for our buck!
Sep 13, 2009 (Show)
Author's Product Rating: 40
Pros: nice ride, handles great, fantastic in the snow, just the right size...
Cons: truck bed isn't huge and gas mileage isn't spectacular...
About a year ago my family started leasing a 2009 Nissan Frontier (basic model, no upgrades or packages) from a local car dealership. This was a no money down, 200 dollars a month deal. And for what we've gotten out of the car, this has been ... read more