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BASE INVOICE
$18,264
BASE MSRP
$19,260
On Features
The Frontier's features cater to hard-working, hardcore off-roading types; getting directions will mean a stop at the gas station.
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Like most pickups, the Nissan Frontier carves a few personalities out of its basic frame by bundling together the right features.

Workhorse Frontiers wear an S badge, and not much else: they have no power windows, no air conditioning, no tilt steering. The SV's a rich man's plaything, in contrast, with its 16-inch wheels, cruise control, power features, tilt steering, and keyless entry. The Frontier is positively gilded, with step rails, tie-down cleats in the bed, heated leather seats, Bluetooth, and a Rockford Fosgate audio system with eight speakers. It's only offered in the four-door Crew Cab body style, though.

Thinking of cutting a new logging road in that pristine forest nearby? That may require the Frontier PRO-4X. This version remains the way to go for those who plan to need serious off-road capability; it somes with upgraded Bilstein off-road shocks plus skid plates, plus huge BFGoodrich trail tires.

Options on the Frontier include a limited-slip differential, leather seats, that same high-powered Rockford Fosgate audio system, and satellite radio.  There's no navigation system on the options list, so plan ahead with directions, buy a paper map, or stop and ask directions--you know, how we used to do it.

Conclusion

The Frontier's features cater to hard-working, hardcore off-roading types; getting directions will mean a stop at the gas station.

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