26th May 2007, 21:17
40,000$ U.S. Dollars is IMPOSSIBLE on a Frontier. According to nissanusa.com, Nismo 4x4 Crew Cab (the most expensive possible model) base price is 28,000$. My truck (06 SE 4x4 King Cab) listed at 25,000$.
It is IMPOSSIBLE to build one on nissanusa.com that is 40,000$.
27th May 2007, 17:11
Ditto here. I just finished building a Frontier, LE/NISMO, with all possible 4X4 options, and it came in at $33,900. It is NOT POSSIBLE to build a $40,000 Frontier on Nissanusa.com. And if you are paying sticker price, you are just plain crazy.
23rd Jun 2007, 23:48
If you actually read the review, you might notice that I live in Canada, which means I paid with CANADIAN DOLLARS. www.nissancanada.ca
24th Jun 2007, 00:00
I guess they've changed the review format since I entered all the information, but it used to say where the vehicle was purchased. I bought my Frontier SE 4X4 CC in Calgary, AB Canada, but since we don't have a Nissan factory here in Canada the Frontier came via rail from the factory in MN. Being that I live I Canada, I paid in Canadian dollars, unfortunately before the CAD was a little closer to the USD... but it came to a little over $40,000 actually with interest and all options & accessories.
24th Aug 2007, 10:55
I live in CANADA too, and I'm looking at a Frontier. I love the way they look, and the Nissan reputation for quality is pretty solid. The options I'm looking at will put me over $40k Canadian as well.
3rd Jul 2008, 12:30
Just Purchased my 2007 Nissan 4x4 SE crew cab long box with Tow Package for $22,500 with 7,010 miles. I really like the trucks ride (doesn't remind you it's a truck) and the engine power. Its feels like a V8 without the gas mileage. I'm getting 16 to 17.8 combo in town freeway and side roads. I am more than pleased with the power, ride and towing. I routinely pull a 15' boat with 40hp Johnson to the Ozarks to fish 4 hours. I've been getting 14-16 hwy (pulling boat) and have plenty of power. Just the truck alone I've been at 22-24mpg (60-65mph) I've found Mobile 1 synthetic helps 1-2 mpg. The rear doors of the Crew Cab are a bit small for adults but fine for kids. The size isn't an issue hardly take adults in back and when they do they don't complain. Might not want to ride there for 12 hours but 1-4 hr trips are just fine. What I like about it most is the highway ride. It feels like it wants to run at any speed 60 to 85 its ready and smooth. I also like the fact that this truck isn't too high. I don't have to crawl in and out. It feels like a car but has the pickup-ability. 8.75 out of 10 scale (Satisfied)
8th Feb 2009, 09:04
I have had my 07 Frontier for about 2 years. I bought it new and I love the truck. I pull a 21 ft. fifth wheel camper and it seems to have plenty of power.
There is only 1 complaint that I have; it's that the centerbearing makes a howling noise in cold temps. Had the driveline replaced twice, so we will see if this will correct the problem.
Other than that, I LOVE the the truck!
8th Apr 2009, 16:17
I just need to say I have owned 7 Nissan's 11 straight years now. In fact it's all I try and buy.
1994 4x4 hard-body; I beat the hack out of and it ran good still.
1995 Pathfinder to give me more cabin room.
Then got married and bought a 1999 Frontier King Cab 4x4 for hauling furniture etc. Then a 2007 Frontier Crew Cab 4x4.
My wife cars has been 2002 Altima and now a 2008 Rogue. But now I have a 6 month old, my wife lost her job, and I have to sell the 2007 Frontier. It has held its value well matched with the loan and we're able to get out of it what we owe according to Kelly Blue Book. It's the best truck for the buck because it's cheaper than Toyota and can last just as long. The styling is nicer than ever before, and the 4.0 V6 seems like a V8 without the low gas mileage.
I would recommend this truck to anybody who can't afford a full size for hauling because it's strong. I don't want to sell it, but what can you do. I already bought a replacement vehicle, and guess what, it's a Nissan!