The 2020 Nissan Frontier is a vehicular fossil, but this mid-size pickup remains a popular and practical work truck. Unlike the full-size Nissan Titan, the Frontier is basically unchanged since it debuted back in 2005. Still, its configurable cargo box and durable interior—not to mention its low starting price—make it extra desirable to contractors and tradesmen. While it lacks high-tech driver assists and many modern infotainment features, the Nissan pickup truck has impressive tow ratings and affordable off-road models. Its all-new V-6 powertrain and cushiony ride also help cover up its outdated shortcomings. No one is calling the 2020 Frontier contemporary, but it continues to be a budget-friendly and competent tool.
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