Review: 2013 Nissan Frontier

The 2013 Nissan Frontier is one of the few remaining smaller trucks that built for the driver who doesn’t need a mini semi-truck. But the Frontier doesn’t cut corners for performance, towing capacity, bed size, storage or features. See one for yourself, we think you will quickly fall in love.

The 2013 Nissan Frontier is built on a full length, fully boxed ladder frame. What that means is that the Frontier is a sturdy truck. The Frontier is built with high tensile strength steel and has increased stiffness which makes the Frontier perfect on any road or any terrain.

Under the hood, the Nissan Frontier carries a 4.0-L V6 engine that reaches up to 261 hp and 6,500 lbs of towing capacity. We always see Frontier owners using their vehicle to hook up the trailer hitch or the boat.

Hooking that trailer hitch is even easier, thanks to the Frontier’s available Rearview Monitor. How much easier would it be hook up the boat this summer with your new Nissan Frontier!

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Nissan Quest and Nissan Frontier Win J.D. Power Awards

Photo of 2012 Nissan Quest

Owners of Nissan’s truck and minivan models are the most happy in their class.

That’s according to J.D. Power, who named the 2012 Nissan Quest and 2012 Nissan Frontier Best in Class in its 2012 APEAL Study.

The APEAL Study measures how satisfied customers are with their new vehicle purchases.

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Nissan Quality Exceeds Industry Average

2012 Nissan Quest

Nissan’s 2012 models have higher quality than the industry averages.

That’s according to J.D. Power and Associates, who released its annual Initial Quality Study on Tuesday.

Nissan is among the top non-luxury brands, and you dig deeper, you’ll find that the 2012 Nissan Frontier and 2012 Nissan Quest are the best vehicles in their class, while the 2012 Nissan Titan and 2012 Nissan Murano are among the top three vehicles in their respective class.

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