2006 Nissan Frontierfmichaelk - Fort Lauderdale, FL01/01/2012
The car appeared brand new when I first saw it, even though it was 5 years old. Everything about it was clean and shiny. The model I purchased has a six speed manual transmission, manual roll up/down windows and manual door locks. It also has a 4.0 liter engine that has more than enough power to haul my tanks, dive gear and up to 4 students. The ride is smooth and comfortable. The steering is tight and responsive. The CD player, amplifier and speakers are terrific. I love, love, love the truck except that the quad cab ends just before the wheel wells so I can only line up 5 dive tanks across the back of the cab instead of the 7 I could otherwise have carried. Not much to be done about that, except I devised a scheme to carry two rows of tanks, so now I have 10 tanks instead of 7.
Decent truck for the money
2006 Nissan FrontierBusta - Hampton, Va03/03/2007
Good gas milage, Decent Cargo Space, Only complaint is the cupholders.
Nissan Frontier LE king cab
2006 Nissan FrontierNissan Fan - Richmond, VA07/21/2007
Excellent build quality, tight, no squeakes. Gobbs of power when you need it, drives better than other mid-size trucks. Average 19 MPG. Traded a GMC, no comparrison. This is my 3rd Nissan vehicle, impressed with all 3.
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