2011 Nissan Frontier review

Full-size trucks are a chore to drive in the city — we know; we've done it — so we wanted to see how Nissan's midsize Frontier would handle an urban environment, as well as a junkyard run to get some used parts.

There were clear maneuverability and parking advantages that came with this truck's smaller size, but in one particular way the V-6 Frontier is a lot like its larger siblings — and not in a way you'd want.

In short, while the V-6 Frontier packs a lot of useful capability in a condensed package, if you've had a chance to sit in any of the newer full-size trucks on the market, you may be disappointed with the Frontier's cabin styling.

To see a side-by-side comparison of the 2009 and 2010 Frontier, click here.

See also:

Speaker adaptation (SA) mode
Speaker Adaptation allows up to two out-ofdialect users to train the system to improve recognition accuracy. By repeating a number of commands, the users can create a voice model of their own ...

g (gravity)-force gauge (if so equipped)
g (gravity)-FORCE GAUGE (if so equipped) This gauge shows the straight-line acceleration and deceleration g-forces while you are driving. NOTE: The g-force gauge does not indicate cornering ...

Intelligent Keys (if so equipped)
Intelligent Keys (if so equipped) 1. Intelligent Key (2) 2. Mechanical key (inside Intelligent Key) (2) 3. Key number plate (1) Your vehicle can only be driven with the Intelligent Keys whic ...