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Introduced in 2004, the current Nissan Frontier pickup is among the older automotive designs on American roads. However, as the Frontier enters 2019, Nissan leaves it mostly unchanged....
The notion of "luxury trucks" might seem a little weird if you haven’t bought a new truck in 20 years, but anyone who's been in the market lately should be more than familiar with the ...
"Just about everything but the main display interface and control"
"The smooth delivery of power, the tactile feel of all controls, excellent seats and ride. "
"It doesnt look like a box"
"Much bigger cargo area"
"A little more room"
"The back seat is amazing. Plenty of room for what ever you would need. I no longer feel the kicking feet of children. "
"It looks more conservative to a pickup truck than the new Chevy curvy style. I actually liked the Chevy LD (older design) best for looks but the lack of responsiveness and acceleration was a deal breaker for me. "
"This is very close between all three to me. The F150 seats feel like they support your back a little more but the difference is small. "