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2007 Nissan Frontier review and picture


There are a lot of trucks out there on the market, and all of them are trying to be the most powerful, the most rugged, and the most enjoyable ride that ever hit the mud or the road. For the most part, they just sink to the back of the line, but some trucks, like the 2007 Nissan Frontier, rise to the occasion. This truck from Nissan is one of the best on the market, thanks to its fearless chassis, well equipped features, and strong drivetrain.

The Good:

  • top of the notch off the road ability
  • strong and powerful V6
  • drives well in highway, city, and anywhere else
  • lots of room on the interior
  • interesting and new features

The Bad:

  • cheap plastics used for interior
  • no option for a regular cab body style

As is obvious, the 2007 Nissan Frontier has very little that can be picked out as being wrong with it. Even so, it has made some changes and additions for the model year of 2007. This year it now has the option of a long bed crew cab in its mix of body styles. This new body style has a bed that’s six feet long, making plenty of room for your cargo loading needs. For a more environmental look is the new emission level of the V6 engine equipped Frontiers, which is now LEV2 ULEV. As for features, the option for a CD changer that the truck has always had now comes with MP3 capability, and there is now a new passenger seatbelt reminder light.

The 2007 Nissan Frontier is a midsize pickup truck that comes in two body styles, extended cab and crew cab, as well as four trim levels: the XE, the SE, the LE, and the Nismo. If you get the V6 engine, you’ll be looking at 261 horsepower and 281 pound feet of torque. The XE trim level, which is the base level, comes with the following features standard:

  • King Cab body style only
  • 15 inch steel wheels
  • front bucket seats

Admittedly, that is very lacking in the area of features. The SE improves on things a little, adding:

  • AC
  • CD player
  • 16 inch wheels

Then there is the LE, onto which you can equip a six foot bed even if you don’t get the extended bed body style. It adds several more features standard, including:

  • 17 inch alloy wheels
  • keyless entry
  • power accessories
  • cruise control

At the top of the line is the Nismo trim level, which comes with:

  • off road suspension
  • off road tires


Fashun Guadarrama.

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