Despite being around since 1998, the midsize Nissan Frontier pickup truck has only ever had one major redesign. That’s because the outgoing model lasted from 2005 to now. In that time,...
"Well - All 22 Tundra Cab at any TRIM and no matter how much you paid over MSRP are smaller than the previous generations. Unless you have a car seat baby, the double cab comes with 2 extra doors that you dont need, the windows get in the way, the storage is better than metal wall, if you need storage. But you cant even put a full load of groceries in the back without requiring about 8 people to organize them on all sides of the truck. "
"An 84 s10 with 800K miles and the original oil, is a better value. Although, Toyota finally heard the calling on the interior fit and finish issue that have plagued them since the release of the first Tundra, the interior quality whether you spent 90K or 50K is awful. The front seats are horrible, the seat quality is horrible. One of the number 1 complaints, not fixed at all. They just figured out a way to build a cloth seat that was cheaper than vinyl. My child weighs 80# and at 5K miles on the truck, the seat base sinks below the seat plastic frame, not metal. Some great ideas (pay and get the charging plate, it is worth it) the part is 900 from Toyota to buy, after the fact. Cost maybe 20 dollars to them. The plastic, about 4 kinds is all super cheap. The seat belts, when not in use, bang against the b pillar, the radio - a step up from the previous generations is not loud enough and the interface is horrible. Yes, the car play, designed by somebody else is okay, but any changes to Base Treble, etc... requires a set of commands that only an engineer from Plano, could dream up. The wifi is horrible, the guest driver controls and car features controlled by the radio are horrible, The Alexa Toyota App doesnt work and initially, if you linked your Apple Music and / or Amazon Music via the Toyota App, they ran off free car wifi. Toyota fixed this right away. So, there is really no reason to link these paid music accounts with the App, you just give up more privacy. Good luck finding a dealer who has an oil filter. Good luck finding a dealer with 2 air filters at 35+ each, I am not sure the stock wheels have any steel in them at all, the tires are horrible; avoid the Yokohamas, my breaks already squeak at 5K, so much for maintenance included. All the plastic inside the wheel wells doesnt seat correctly, it looks cheap, feels cheap, and functions cheap. If the wind blows too hard, the paint chips. Toyota has include some paint protection film on the very bottom sections of the sides, mine is coming off in all 4-6 places. I think the only metal in the rear bumper is the trailer receiver portion of the hitch, the rest is plastic. Well discussed, no place to get into the back of the truck. The plastic that covers the top of the truck bed sides and gate is a super great idea in theory, but the absolute cheapest plastic and molds were used. It looks like it is held on with double sided tape. "