2019 Nissan Frontier SV Crew Cab SV V6 4×4 | full review and test drive – 2019 Nissan Frontier is welcoming in S, SV, Desert Runner, SL, and Pro-4X trim levels. An extended taxi similar to a 6-foot bed is standard, but a four-door crew cab with a shorter bed is more common. Nissans basic upset for the Frontier hasnt misrepresented much, which we dont mind. We realize mind not quite the interiorits just dated.
Under the hood is a base, forgettable inline-4 that makes 152 horsepower and struggles afterward anything more than rear-wheel drive and a fresh lunch. The mighty 4.0-liter V-6 is more common, and for good reason: its 261 hp is satisfactory to chirp the wheels and tow more than 6,500 pounds. The ride is predictably bouncy, but the Nissans old-school steering and gumption are acceptable to overcome the noisy powertrain. The Nissan Frontiers budget roots perform in the cabin and comfort, which are under average for further cars now. The tummy chair is fine, but the rear seats are upright and stiff. We dont advise many humans to ride in the rear of extended-cab versions. Its just too small.
This is rental car number 119 and today I’m driving the 2019 Nissan Frontier SV 4×4.
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2019 Nissan Frontier Crew Cab SV V6 4×4 5-speed automatic
This is the crew cab model with a 59.5 inch bed length. It’s actually the smallest option. Both the King Cab and the Crew Cab Long Bed models have 73.3 inch beds.
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