Recent Arrival! Clean CARFAX. ABS brakes, Electronic Stability Control, Low tire pressure warning, Traction control.
Silver 2015 Nissan Frontier SV
* Fun-to-drive nature whether you're off-road or just commuting; strong V6; easy-to-use interior controls; stout bed lining and tie-down points. Source: Edmunds
* The Nissan Frontier might be a midsize truck, but it does not skimp on attitude. It has sharp blocky lines, and an edgy vibe that will make you want to experience what it can do. Plus, since the King Cab seats 4, and roomier Crew Cab can fit 5, and both come with 4 doors, it's easy to bring your friends along for the ride as well. Between The King Cab and The Crew Cab there are a total of 10 trims available. For the King Cab your choices are: S, SV 4-Cylinder, SV V6, Desert Runner, and PRO-4X. Move up into the Crew Cab and the available models are: S, SV V6, Desert Runner, PRO-4X, and the top of the line SL. Depending on which model you buy, the Frontier is offered as a 4x2 or a 4x4. All have a generous helping of common standard features such as: Anti-Lock Brakes, Vehicle Dynamic Control, Dual Consoles with Storage, Locking Tailgate, Storage under the Rear Seat, Tire Pressure Monitor, and an array of Airbags. The interior continues the feel of the outside with geometric curves, an easy to maintain interior, and straightforward controls. The base S trims on the King Cab and Crew Cab have been priced with the budget conscious shopper in mind. The King Cab S comes standard with a 2.5L, 4-Cylinder Engine, and 5-Speed Manual Transmission capable of an EPA estimated 19 MPG City and 23 MPG HWY towing up to 3,500lbs. The Crew Cab S comes with a 4.0L V6 Engine, and 6-Speed Manual Transmission standard that gets an EPA Estimated 16 MPG City and 22 MPG HWY and tows up to a massive 6,500lbs. Some of the higher-priced trims offer features like navigation, a rear-view monitor, Bluetooth for wireless streaming, and the Utili-track tie-down system. Source: The Manufacturer Summary