I have decided to put my 2001 Nissan Frontier up for sale. I have several vehicles and I need to thin down a little. I am the second owner of the vehicle.
This is a super nice truck. It has 193,796 miles on it at the time I listed it but will change as I am still driving it. Don't let the milage scare you, these things are built tough and this one has obviously been cared for. It is loaded with all the options. V-6, Automatic, Power everything, Tow pkg, 4 Wheel Drive that works great, cruise control, and A/C that is ice cold. Tires have about 60% tread left. Truck comes with a premium sound system. JVC receiver with Polk speakers in each door. It is Ipod ready!
The vehicle's interior is super clean and smoke free. There is a couple of small tears in the sun-visor. It comes with the original floor mats as well as a set of all-weather rubber mats. Underneath of the truck is super clean also as well as being 99% rust free. Only rust on the truck is a small area on the bottom left of the rear bumper as seen in the pictures. (Slide in hitch pictured - Not included in sale)
I also have two tops for the truck. Currently on the truck is an ARE camper top with custom matching roof rack and new lift supports. I have two keys for it.
Clearcoat on the top is a little rough, but otherwise looks great! It is carpeted on the inside and has roll out windows.
The front window in the camper top leaks a little when it rains and could use some silicone.
I also have a locking ARE Tonneau cover that looks great. Paint on it is near perfect. It also has keys to lock it up.
That's over $3000 for just both tops alone I have invested for this truck.
Also included in the sale is the factory flip out bed extender (not pictured). Does not fit with camper top mounted.
I just recently replaced the valve cover gaskets because one had a small leak. It occasionally drips a drop or two of oil when parked - not bad though (oil pan gasket I believe). The brakes were replaced in the fall - ever since the ABS light comes on from time to time. I was told it was a dirty or faulty sensor. ABS functions just fine though. There is a small wear spot on the edge of the driver's seat. Other than that, I know of nothing else wrong with the vehicle aside from a few rock chips and dings hear and there. Nothing you wouldn't expect out of a used vehicle. One spot in paint is worn where camper top lid rests on the tailgate. Don't expect perfect paint but overall truck looks awesome & drives great! I would trust it to go anywhere!
Truck has a clean car fax - Accident free - Clear title in hand.
Shipping or pickup is full responsibility of buyer. I feel I have accurately described this truck, therefore vehicle is sold as/is. Feel free to come check it out before bidding. A $500 deposit is required within 24 hours of auction end. Remaining balance is to be paid in full at time of pickup. Cash or certified check. I will hold the vehicle for 14 days unless other arrangements are made. Please do not bid if you cannot pay!
Vehicle is for sale locally and I reserve the right to end auction early. Thanks for looking and good luck!
Nissan Frontier for Sale
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