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18 Nissan Frontier results

2002 Nissan Frontier OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

Owner Reviews
3.5
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Overall
3.5
Value
4.0
Style
4.0
Performance
2.5
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.0
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RaeB
RaeB
37992
4.0
Handy workhorse
I got my Frontier as a work truck. Hauling wood chips, dirt and plants around in my family car was a hassle, so I looked for a truck, a hardworking truck that got decent miles per gallon. It more than meets my needs, and I would definitely buy another one when this one finally dies... Hopefully that's a long time off!
TB
TB
Weatherford, Texas
3.0
Nissan Frontier just okay
The Nissan Frontier is just okay as far as small trucks go. It's not a bad little truck but I don't think it as at the top of it's class either. It lags somewhat on steep hills. It also isn't very good at passing on the freeway. Overall it doesn't have very much horsepower. It's ok if you just need to haul some supplies like 2 X 4's for a small home improvement job. But I wouldn't use it to tow a boat or even jet skis. It gets average gas mileage and is good at getting you from point A to B. But if you want a work truck then this isn't it. This is good for everyday driving to and from work and the occasional hauling of light items, like moving a sofa. The ride is smooth and for the most part it handles well. It does lose some traction on the back wheels in the rain though. I guess this is due to it's light weight. The extended cab has little seats that fold out but they are barely big enough for a child to sit comfortably. But they also have to sit sideways in the vehicle so I doubt that this is very safe. I would only use the extended cab as grocery space and not let anyone sit back there.