Model year 1992 Year of manufacture 1991 First year of ownership 1991 Most recent year of ownership 2008 Engine and transmission 3. Like all the chrome, the chrome wheels, bumpers and grille. I didn't notice it at first, but now I hear a bearing in the transmission, it goes away when I push in the clutch. Good for storage in back, too. Clutch is now starting to slip. If you can find one, buy it.
If you choose the available automatic transmission, estimates drop to 17 and 22, respectively. The front end is super tight, have not replaced any parts, just a couple of sets of shocks. News to find the dealership in your area with the best prices. The Diplomat has been driven hard all its life, first by the police and then by several teenagers; the Nissan was owned by an old man for many years. I am right around 16mpg and drive on country roads mostly at an average speed of 60mph.
The only thing is where your foot rests at the gas pedal, the transmission cowling hump starts there, which causes your ankle to twist at an angle to press the gas. It gets better with a load of firewood in back. Brakes, pads and rotors in front, shoes and drums in back. And reliable it was and is. And the three pedals are too close together. Extended cab is a good option. Steering is more precise than most trucks I have driven, less precise than most cars I have driven.
The base V6 engine delivers 285-horsepower. I am right at 135,000 and have just done a tune-up. The power steering belt broke, and had to be replaced. The strange thing is, now that I am looking at the 250,000 mile stone, I have never heard form anyone else that has gotten more mile out of a 1993 Model year 2. At about same miles, it started to run hot so I replaced the radiator, and though not needed I replaced the water pump, thermostat and some hoses. Clutch when I burned it pulling a boat out of the water.
Consider adding an aftermarket fuel economy gauge, like the AutoMeter EcoMeter … these devices can help you develop a light-footed driving technique. I love to let it drift when on entrance or exit ramps of interstate. Radio the stereo receiver went bad causing a lot of static. The base 285-horsepower V6 and the 355-horsepower mild-hybrid V8 both get 18 mpg in the city and 24 on the highway. High speed cornering is responsive and dependable. I'd recommend this vehicle for any person that is looking for a good truck to drive to work or hunt in, or play in.
Read on to find out more about the most fuel-efficient pickup trucks for the 2018 model year. Year of manufacture 1992 First year of ownership 1992 Most recent year of ownership 2004 Engine and transmission 2. Change brake fluid when dirty. First introduced in 1998 as a compact pickup, the Nissan Frontier grew to become a mid-sized truck with a 2005 redesign. Head when an alternator bolt came loose and the water pump wasn't being turned while on a trip. Model year 1992 Year of manufacture 1992 First year of ownership 1998 Most recent year of ownership 2018 Engine and transmission 3.
However, what if you could have your cake and eat it, too? Steering is very stiff, which is fun when you're trying to have fun driving, but gets on your nerves when you just want to get somewhere. Change the timing belt and tensioner and water pump every 100,000 miles with new coolant. The 2008 Nissan Frontier is available with two engines: a 2. General Comments: Other than standard repairs like break replacements etc. General Comments: All in all, a fantastic value.
With its 325-horsepower, turbocharged 2. It's not a Corvette, but I never have any worries when trying to pass somebody. Does it have oversized tires? Faults: At about 175,000 I had a relay switch go bad, it fired two starters. I was surprised that there was virtually no difference with higher octane. The extension of the cab permits very comfortable driving.
The base four-cylinder returns 20 mpg in the city and 26 on the highway, while the V6 gets 18 and 25. A couple tiny spots of rust, mostly around the wheel wells. The layout of the mirrors permits quick and easy viewing around the vehicle. This truck handles nice, but is slow on acceleration. So, the mild-hybrid setup gives you more power and a higher towing capacity, while still providing good gas mileage. The brakes that went were not the original brakes, and at least two sets of brakes in 80,000 miles seems excessive. It seems to me like my truck is geared too low almost as if it needs a sixth gear.