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A used 2005 Nissan Frontier LE has an average retail price of $13,763 and 98,800 miles.
2005 Nissan Frontier 4 Dr LE 4WD King Cab SB
Part-time, driver-engaged 4WD is added to the 2005 Nissan Frontier LE 4WD King Cab, for more rugged and durable performance in tricky circumstances than in the rear-wheel drive version. Backed up by a 265-hp, 4.0-liter V6 and a new 5-speed auto tran (no manual is offered), the 2005 Frontier LE 4WD King Cab features an independent double wishbone front suspension and live rear suspension, 4-wheel disc brakes, 4-wheel ABS, a tire monitor, and dual front airbags. These can be supplemented with side impact bags and traction control, helping earn 4 and 5-star ratings for the mid-sized pickup. For the 4WD only, Hill Descent Control is available, which reduces wear and tear on brakes.
Cruise control, power windows, locks, and mirrors, a CD player, leather trim, a tachometer, foglights, and intermittent wipers add a more upscale look to the LE 4WD King Cab, and storage consoles and cupholders add convenience. A bedliner is included for the 6-foot cargo bed, but a roof rack, tie-down rails, a bed cover, and an extension are extra. A trailer hitch can also be added and can tow up to 6500 pounds. A CD changer, wheel-mounted audio controls, an alarm system, and satellite radio are optional. Owners of the 2005 Frontier LE 4WD King Cab like its performance, the extra power, and its hauling capability. The new styling is nicer, though the interior plastic dings easily. The backseat is not really fit for any but the smallest human beings.
2005 Nissan Frontier 4 Dr LE King Cab SB
The 2005 Nissan Frontier LE King Cab is a rear-wheel drive mid-sized pickup that adds a touch of luxury to its utilitarian heft. Getting a new 4.0-liter, 265-hp DOHC V6 and a new 5-speed automatic, the 2005 Frontier LE King Cab features a larger bed than the Crew Cab (6 feet versus 5 feet), but a tiny backseat that uses fold-down jump seats instead of a regular bench seat. The LE steps up from the SE with larger 17-inch alloy wheels, foglights, leather interior trim, cruise control, and power windows, locks, and mirrors. Other safety features include 4-wheel ABS brakes, a tire monitor, and dual front airbags. Traction control and side impact airbags are optional.
Other standard equipment includes a CD player, intermittent wipers, a tachometer, a double glove box, and a tilt steering wheel. Options add on a security system, CD changer/MP3 player, wheel-mounted audio controls, and satellite radio. The cargo bed comes with a sprayed-in bedliner, with the option to add Utili-Trak rails, a cargo cover, a bed extender, trailer hitch, and a roof rack. The 2005 Frontier LE King Cab holds up to 34 cubic feet. The truck platform makes for a somewhat harsh ride, and low fuel economy and a wide turning radius are other downsides, but owners love the power, handling, and functionality of the 2005 Nissan Frontier LE King Cab.
2005 Nissan Frontier 4 Dr LE 4WD Crew Cab SB
A lot more standard features are included in the redesigned 2005 Nissan Frontier LE 4WD Crew Cab, not the least of which is the part-time 4-wheel drive. Though the smaller 5-foot bed makes this family pickup less practical as a hauler, the 4-wheel drive and 4.0-liter, 265-hp V6 (matched to a 5-speed automatic only) with 284 lb-ft of torque means there's a lot of power and, well, pickup to this pickup. Some 5-star safety features include 4-wheel disc brakes, 4-wheel ABS, automatic headlights, foglights, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, a tire monitor, and dual front airbags. Side impact bags for both rows and traction control are extra. The 4WD LE Crew Cab also makes stability control and Hill Descent Control available.
Two rows of seats fit four comfortably, and the rear seats split-fold. The back window slides open manually. A roof rack is standard, as is a new bedliner, but tie-downs, a trailer hitch (tows up to 6500 pounds), a bed cover, and bed extension are extra. Inside, the 2005 Frontier LE 4WD Crew Cab features full power setup, cruise control, a garage opener, leather trim, a security system, and intermittent wipers. Heated leather seats and mirrors, power front seats, a CD changer/MP3 player, wheel-mounted audio controls, satellite radio, and a sunroof are optional. Drivers rate the power and performance highly, saying the 4WD is very capable, and they also like the increased cabin size. Easily scratched plastic materials, a 15/20 mpg, and a wide turning radius are downsides.
2005 Nissan Frontier 4 Dr LE Crew Cab SB
A smaller 5-foot cargo bed means there's more room in the backseat (eight inches worth) in the four-door 2005 Nissan Frontier LE Crew Cab. The rear-wheel drive family-sized pickup gains 10 inches in its wheelbase for a more comfortable and stable ride, and the new 265-hp, 4.0-liter DOHC V6 with its new 5-speed automatic gives out 284 lb-ft of torque. Combined with dual front airbags, 4-wheel ABS brakes, a double wishbone independent front suspension, 17-inch alloy wheels, and a tire monitor, families feel safe in this pickup. Adding traction control and side impact airbags enhances safety and rates 4 and 5 stars in crash tests.
In addition to a CD player, intermittent wipers, a tachometer, and air conditioning, the 2005 Frontier LE Crew Cab offers full power features, leather trim, and foglights. Compared to its King Cab counterpart, the Crew Cab also gives you automatic headlights, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, a security system, and a roof rack, all standard. Overhead and front consoles provide extra storage, as does the handy double glove compartment. The bed holds up to 27 cubic feet of cargo, which can be secured with optional Utili-Trak rails and a cargo cover, and supplemented with a bed extender. The Crew Cab is definitely passenger oriented, with options that include heated seats and mirrors, power front seats, leather upholstery, a sunroof, satellite radio, and a CD changer. Power and acceleration is number one with drivers, who also like the style and expert handling. On the minus side are cheap-looking interior materials, a wide turning radius, and the small bed.
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