Just bought a 2007 Nissan 4 door Frontier. It gets about 1 to 2 miles more per gallon of gas than my old 2003 Chevy Silverado but feels like it has much more power. Wish it sat higher as I constantly bump my head on the top of the door frame everytime I get something out of the rear doors and the turning radius is terrible. Where I used to be able to make "U" turns with my old truck has now become 3 point turns. Going from a large truck to a smaller truck will just take some getting used to, but over all I'm satisfied. I should also mention regarding the 3 point turn issue that my Nissan is a 4 door long bed truck. Perhaps the short bed version wouldn't be as bad.
2007 Nissan Frontier Crew Cab LB
2007 Nissan FrontierFire Dog - Nashville, TN03/23/2010
Could not be happier. Previously owning a regular cab tacoma the crewcab is NICE!! I am a firefighter and there is plenty of room for four big guys to carpool to training or just getting a bite to eat. Leg room is limited just a little for people over 6ft but everything else is a 10 in my book. Plenty of power out of the 4.0 V6. Gas milage isn't bad, i average 18.5 to 19 mpg, which includes 60 miles a day in mostly rush hour traffic. 4wheel drive works great. I ride a motorcycle whenever i can and the utili-trac system has been Awesome!!! Once you get past the fact that there is NO turning on a dime in this long wheelbase truck, it truely is a great truck and a great buy. I would recommend it to anyone.
I enjoy my vehicle
2007 Nissan FrontierJuan Ramirez - San Antonio, TX03/25/2017
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