2019 NISSAN FRONTIER SV KING CAB / 4.0L V6 4X2 / AUTOMATIC 5SPEED ** CLEAN TITLE / CLEAN CARFAX & AUTOCHECK VEHICLE HISTORY REPORT ** The 2019 Nissan Frontier marks a milestone: The compact pickup truck has been on sale since 2004, without too many major changes. None for 2019 in fact, after a big year in 2018, when it added air conditioning, cruise control, Bluetooth, and a rearview camera to the base S model. Modern active-safety features, such as automatic emergency braking or even blind-spot monitors, aren't available on any Frontier. The 2019 Frontier is a basic pickup for those who don't need more. It's a rear-wheel-drive truck with available four-wheel drive. There are two engines, either challenged or robust, take your pick. The 2.5-liter 4-cylinder carries a big burden, making a marginal 152 horsepower and 171 pound-feet of torque. The 4.0-liter V-6 with 261 horsepower and 281 pound-feet better handles the workload and is more popular. The 4-cylinder engine would make more sense if there were a simple work truck version with a bench seat to carry three people-but there isn't, only an extended cab called King Cab. It mates with either a 5-speed manual gearbox or 5-speed automatic transmission. We're not sure why the automatic costs nearly $4,000 more than the manual in the base S model, but it's not worth it, especially not in a truck like this. The V-6 comes as King or four-door Crew Cab, and offers either a manual 6-speed transmission of the 5-speed automatic. The King Cab has a cargo bed that measures a tad over six feet, at 73.3 inches, and second-row jump seats that are reached through rear-hinged half doors that can only open when the front doors are open. Crew Cab models get four conventional doors, a regular rear bench, and either a short (59.5-inch) bed or the longer (73.3-inch) version. Ground clearance of nearly 9 inches helps make the Frontier competent off the road. Two of the five models focus on that ability. The rear-wheel-drive Desert Runner has a raised suspension with Bilstein shock absorbers and oversize all-terrain tires. The four-wheel-drive PRO-4X includes a transfer case and electric locking rear differential, making it even more capable. Fuel economy is relatively poor. The 4-cylinder with rear-wheel-drive and the manual gearbox is EPA-rated at 19/23 mpg City/Highway, or 21 mpg Combined ? comparable to some full-size V-8 pickups. The expensive automatic drops the mileage to 17/22/19 mpg. With V-6 power, rear-drive, and 6-speed manual, the Frontier is EPA-rated at 16/22 mpg City/Highway, or 19 mpg Combined. This time the automatic raises the highway figure to 23 mpg. The four-wheel-drive manual is EPA-rated at 16/21 mpg City/Highway, or 18 mpg Combined. The automatic manages only 15/21/17 mpg. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration gives a three-star rating (out of five) for the frontal crash-test. No side-impact testing has been performed. Rollover resistance (a calculated figure) is only three-star for rear-drive models, but four stars with four-wheel drive. Disclaimer : * Please Note All Inventory And Inventory Pricing Is Subject To Change Please See Dealer For Further Details * Subject to prior sale. Please Check availability. The price listed for this vehicle does not include charges such as: License, Title, Registration Fees, Depending were you live State or Local Taxes, Finance Charges, Optional Credit or Liability Insurance, Delivery Fee, and State Documentary Service Fee. The Dealership makes no representations, expressed or implied, to any actual or prospective purchaser or owner of this vehicle as to the existence, ownership, accuracy, description or condition of this vehicle's listed equipment, accessories, price or any warranties. Vehicle Pricing - Where permitted by law, all dealer fees and amounts must be disclosed in a clear, conspicuous and legible fashion. There are no exclusions. The Dealership is not responsible for typographical errors in price or
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