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2022 Nissan Frontier

Value versus price point Nissan Frontiers are hard to beat.


  • Value: While it isn't a full size truck the HP and torque you get for the price makes for great value. This model is a significant upgrade from my 2014 Frontier, mostly related to technology.
  • TechnologyEntertainment: While Nissan is still lagging in this department for the Frontier this 2022 is a LOT better than the 2014 I traded for it, with no comparison to the 2006 I owned before that.
  • RideHandling: Finally they improved the turning radius on these trucks. I no longer need a football field to make a 180 or 360.


  • SeatComfort: Nissan made the front seats more narrow and I don't know if there's an option for it I wish I had seat heaters.
  • FuelEconomy: This isn't completely a con for this vehilce. It is what it is. With over 300hp and torque there's no way to expect better mileage.

Well equipped truck with low miles.

High tow capacity with really nice amenities. Perfect for those who want to go off road tow and still be in comfort.


  • Power: Great usable power.
  • RideHandling: Great handling even while towing 6k lbs. drives like an SUV otherwise. very comfortable
  • TechnologyEntertainment: For 2015 it had a lot of the tech I’d need and use daily.


  • FuelEconomy: 11mpg is a bit low
  • TechnologyEntertainment: could use front parking sensors.
  • Dashboard: could use a bit more storage inside the cab


great on gas more space than it looks fun to drive


  • Value
  • FuelEconomy
  • CargoSpace


  • Power

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