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Nissan Frontier
STATUS: Unchanged for 2020 - You would think that Nissan would have a fresh Frontier ready to compete against similar midsize trucks from GM, Ford, Toyota and Honda. Word has it that a new model will arrive sometime in 2020 as a 2021 model. For now, the Titan's junior companion continues with a 152-horsepower four-cylinder or optional 261-horsepower V-6. The latter is better suited to towing and off-roading and is the only way to get four-wheel-drive. The Frontier is available in extended-length King Cab and four-door Crew Cab body styles and in several trim levels, including the off-road-inspired Desert Runner (in either King or Crew Cab body styles) and PRO-4X crew cab. It includes off-road-tuned Bilstein-brand performance shocks, protective undercarriage skid plates, unique 16-inch wheels and electronic locking rear differential. For large loads, the Long Bed four-door Crew Cab tacks on 13 inches to the standard box for a total of about 76 inches. You can also order a factory-applied spray-on bed liner as well as aluminum tie-down cleats, accessory racks, bed dividers and modular storage systems. Other luxury-oriented options include a Rockford Fosgate sound system with navigation.
Base price (incl. destination): $24,200
Type: Midsize pickup
Engines: (h.p.): 2.5-liter I-4 (152); 4.0-liter V-6 (261)
Transmissions: Six-speed manual; five-speed automatic (opt.)
Layout: Rear- /four-wheel-drive
Base mpg (city/highway/combined): 19/23/21 (2.5, MT)
Base weight (lb.): 3,770

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