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New 2015 Nissan Frontier keeps ground comparing to its competitors, having just a proper size, which is bigger than its predecessor, but is much more compact than similar trucks.

Four trim levels are available: SL, SV, S and PRO-4X. All of them have distinctive options and equipment, while PRO-4X remains the best and versatile choice. You can choose between two body configurations: Crew Cab and King Cab. The former one has four doors and sufficient rear seat space, and is perfect for those who usually drive with family or just company of friends. A comfy seating place for driver is just ideal for most of the drivers, but if you are taller, then you will feel the advantages of high floor level with enough place for your legs.

As the road can be rough sometimes, Nissan Frontier 2015 includes built-in features like tie down system for cargo, which is called Utili-Track, sprayed bedliner, special climate control for two zones, bed extender, and even more.

Concerning the horses, you can choose between 261-hp, 281-lb-ft 4.0-liter V-6 and 152-hp, 2.5-liter four-cylinder engines. V-6 is, of course, the best solution, for its pulling power can reach the level of small V-8. The friction and gasoline mileage of engine were somewhat reduced, that’s why this car remains rival in its segment. Rear-wheel and four-wheel drives with different transmission configurations can be chosen, so you just need to decide what is best for you.

MPG is 15 in the city, while on the highway you can reach 21, if you use 4x4 V-6 auto model, while 4x2 four-cylinder provides 19/23 (city/highway), which is not so bad for a truck.

This car still remains comfortable with lots of functionalities within, and it’s affordable for purchasing it right away. 2015 Nissan Frontier MSRP starts from $17,990 (for S model), but is higher for other configurations.