The boxy Nissan Frontier is in its best shape in a long time, with styling influenced by the original Nissan Hardbody compact pickup from the 1980s. The Frontier has a more traditional truck appearance and feels, although more recent than the mid-size pickups it competes with, such as the Ford Ranger and the Honda Ridgeline. The 310-hp V-6 engine in every Frontier is mated to a nine-speed automatic transmission with either rear- or four-wheel drive. The Frontier is available as a four-door crew cab or an extended King Cab; the bed length options include a standard 5.0- or 6.0-foot-long bed. From a powerful base Frontier S work truck to an off-roading Pro-4X with Bilstein dampers and skid plates, Nissan's mid-size pickup has remained a good choice.
The Frontier has a 3.8-liter V-6 engine with a naturally aspirated 310 horsepower and 281 lb-ft of torque. The Frontier's 2.5-ton mass is difficult for the powertrain to move, despite its decent 6,720-pound maximum towing capacity. Slower than all of Frontier's top competitors, the run to 60 mph takes a sluggish 7.9 seconds. A nine-speed automatic transmission with rear- or all-wheel drive is standard on all Frontier models. Uninspiring 18/24 mpg city/highway fuel economy is the starting point, and all-wheel movement decreases that to 17/22 mpg. Each Ranger, Colorado, and Tacoma model has more economical drivetrains.
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