The 2008 Nissan Frontier is a top pick in the midsize pickup class thanks to its rugged chassis, brawny drivetrain and a long list of useful features.
Sometimes you don't need the maximum. (...) Not everyone who needs a pickup truck needs a titanic full-size model. Something more maneuverable and fuel-efficient with less hauling and towing capacity is more appropriate. The 2008 Nissan Frontier is one of the top choices in the compact pickup class, although, with a maximum length of 18 feet, the compact is n't exactly the aptest term anymore.
Nissan offers a unique bed feature known as Utili-track for securing cargo.
With abundant power, smart features and a rugged disposition, the V6-equipped Nissan Frontier places at the top of its class. There are some downsides, though. Interior materials could be better. XE Preferred Package adds a CD stereo system and air-conditioning.
The Frontier XE comes standard with a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine that produces 152 horsepower and 171 pound-feet of torque.
V6-powered Frontiers can be had with two- or four-wheel drive, while four-cylinder models are rear-wheel drive only. Properly equipped, a V6 Frontier can tow up to 6,500 pounds. Fuel economy estimates for the six-cylinder 2008 Frontier with an automatic and 2WD are 15 mpg city and 20 mpg highway.
Antilock disc brakes are standard on all 2008 Nissan Frontier models.
In government crash testing, the Frontier earned four out of five stars for driver and front passenger protection in frontal impacts. In side-impact crash tests, it received a perfect five stars for both front and rear-seat occupants. Insurance Institute for Highway Safety frontal-offset crash tests resulted in a "Good" rating (the highest possible) for occupant protection.
The Frontier's utility bed package includes a factory-applied spray-on bed liner and the "Utili-track" tie-down system. The tie-down system provides extra cargo-hauling flexibility through the use of five special "C" cross-section rails mounted in the bed (two channels in the bed floor, and one each on the bed side rails and the bed header panel). Removable utility cleats slide into the channels to provide a broad range of attachment points for securing cargo. In addition to the tie-down cleats.
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-No smoking allowed in the car even with the windows open. -No pets allowed inside. -Absolutely no off-roading allowed. -If you lost your key, I'd arrange spare key delivery for $100 convenience fee ($150 between 9 PM-7 AM.) -If car gets towed or impounded and you are not able to recover it without owner present, I'll help you to retrieve the vehicle for $100 convenience fee ($150 between 9 PM-7 AM.) -The car should be returned clean outside and inside, with a full tank, ready to be passed to the next driver. If the vehicle requires cleaning or refueling, a renter will be responsible for reimbursements. -Please keep all communication via Turo messaging system, it is easy, quick and we both can track all our arrangements.
Since the car is 'pet-friendly' can I put my pet inside?