Not sure yet.
April 6, 2019
I bought it used two months ago with 29k miles from Enterprise. It has a nice look which in my opinion is better than most of its midsize competitors. I paid $20,700 for this Cayenne Red 2018 Nissan Frontier SV Crew Cab. It sit high with good visibility over the hood, with a decent ride, and front seat passengers are comfortable. Front seats only adjust back and fort and recline (no up or down adjustment) Family members who have sat in the back stated they wouldn't want to drive more than an hour or two back there. It has a 4.0 V-6 and my biggest complaint is engine vibration. This vehicle replaced a 2010 Hyundai Sante Fe with 150k miles on it. The transmission is much better than the Hyundai but I still like the 3.5 V-6 on the Hyundai better. I took it in to Auto Nation of Lewisville, TX to get this complaint addressed. They fixed the issue with the coolant fan vibration at idle but with a cold start part of the dash vibrates really loud and is extremely annoying for the first 3 or 4 minutes of driving. It goes away once the motor warms up but it's still really loud and annoying. This vibration is so bad it genuinely gives me a case of buyers remorse. I owned a 1986 Nissan Pickup and a 1991 Nissan Sentra SER and both of them had much better engines vibration wise. If you buy one, expect a lot of cheap plastic materials, a decent backup camera, a real key and fob, a decent stereo, seats that appear to be okay but aren't very supportive, and just an overall feeling of unease for overall build quality. I'm just not sure what I bought quality-wise. My other two Nissans were built in Japan and this one, I believe, was built in Mississippi. I want to like it but I'm just not sure if I should have bought a Tacoma or a Colorado instead. I drive it easy and have been averaging 16.5 mpg city per tankful vs the 15.0 EPA rating.