If you are one of those people who do not need a full-size truck, but still you want the advantages of having a truck, then we have the right vehicle for you. It comes from Nissan: the 2013 Frontier. This vehicle is more versatile that you think; it can help you move, transport bikes, haul trailers and it can take care of pretty much everything you and your family need. Nissan is a company which has the longest history in the United States when it comes to automakers that sell midsize and compact pickup trucks. The 2013 Nissan Frontier is available with V-6 or four-cylinder power, in four- or rear-wheel-drive versions. With all of its awesome features, the Frontier can compete with the Honda Ridgeline and Toyota Tacoma.
The Outer Appearance of the 2013 Frontier
The 2013 Frontier has a smooth outer appearance, rugged all in a perfect unique package. The chrome touch brings some shine, while the contoured wheel arches brings a bolder stance. The cabin is spacious and comes with real-size doors. The rear bench is also spacious, allowing comfort in the seating. For amazing storage versatility, there is a dual level glove compartment and under-seat storage tray. Some of the features are off-road styles 16” alloy wheels, fog lights, Bilstein-brand off road shocks, special badging and decals, floor mats, back-up camera, bed extender, dual-zone climate control, trailer hitch and spray-in bedliner. Due to the better aerodynamics and lower engine friction, the 2013 Nissan Frontier has a great gas mileage.
What Are the Features?
Although full size trucks, especially those from Ram and Ford, have made some huge gains in the fuel economy in the last few years, mid-size and compact pickup trucks have been left out. Thankfully, the model from this article changed that. In general, The 2013 Nissan Frontier has two changes. The first one is subtle – it boosts fuel economy, and the second one is not that subtle – the price drop. Two engines are offered: a four-cylinder which is available in rear-wheel-drive, and the V6 which is the more powerful alternative. The transmission choices include 5-speed automatic and 5- and 6-speed manuals. The tow rating is respectable with 3,500 pounds in four-cylinder models, while in V6 models it has an amazing tow rating of 6,500 pounds.
What’s So Special About 201 Frontier?
Among the other features, the 2013 Frontier also includes 2.5 liter inline-4, 171 lb-ft of torque at 4,400 rpm, 152 hp at 5,200 rpm, EPA city-highway fuel economy: 17/23 mpg (2WD automatic) and 19/23 mpg (2WD automatic). In both passive and active safety, Nissan has checked the appropriate boxes and we all know that pickup trucks are not usually paragons of either. The power-assisted steering, 4-wheel disc brakes which come with standard ABS and the reasonable handling which is coupled with a composed ride all contribute to the active safety. Eight colors are available, including three new ones: Graphite Blue, Cayenne Red and Glacier White. During the last few years, the compact pickup marketing has been getting narrower; however, Nissan still does not let the Frontier go and thus they had decided to refresh the market with this new vehicle, says Electric Cars Daily.