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
Auto Services in North Carolina
Auto Repair & Service, Automobile Parts & Supplies, Auto Engine Rebuilding
Address: 1611 S. Main St, Spencer
Phone: (336) 577-9633
Auto Repair & Service, Auto Oil & Lube, Truck Service & Repair
Address: 1404 Brown Ave, Franklin
Phone: (828) 246-9226
Auto Repair & Service, Automobile Parts & Supplies, Mufflers & Exhaust Systems
Address: 803 S Lafayette St, Ellenboro
Phone: (704) 406-9043
Auto Repair & Service, Automobile Parts & Supplies, Automobile Customizing
Phone: (704) 276-6510
Auto Repair & Service
Address: 5405 Highway 24, Hubert
Phone: (252) 393-7500
Auto Repair & Service, Auto Oil & Lube, Automotive Tune Up Service
Address: 4515-C Wilkinson Blvd, Lowell
Phone: (803) 371-3408
Thu, 24 Oct 2013 11:28:00 EST
Normally we wouldn't suggest trying to float your car on water, but Nissan has made some modifications to turn its new Versa Note hatchback into a makeshift rowing shell.
Tue, 20 May 2014 13:30:00 EST
Nissan replaced the car's rear seats with a sliding rear rowing seat, modified the doors to open wider at 90 degrees and fitted a pair of oars. Most importantly, they put the whole thing on a floating platform to keep it from sinking into Eton Dorney Lake, the site of the 2012 Olympic rowing competitions in England (where the car is simply known as the Nissan Note).
Then they invited medal-winning competitive rowers Helen Glover, Sophie Hosking and Polly Swann to come along and row the thing, making use of the around-view monitor system to see where they were going. All in all it may not be quite as cool as the boats which Fiat made out of the 500 or Mini made out of its convertible, but it's still enough to float our boat. Check it out in the video clip and press release below and the image gallery above.
Following a small teaser, Nissan has unveiled its newest entry into the hotly contested European C-segment. Making new use of the Pulsar nameplate, it will attempt to take the fight to market stalwarts, like the Ford Focus, Volkswagen Golf and Vauxhall Astra.
Wed, 08 Jan 2014 11:58:00 EST
The new five-door will be built on Nissan's modular CMF2 architecture, which also underpins the Euro-spec Qashqai and X-Trail (known in the US as the Rogue). It's a larger vehicle than one of its main challengers, the Golf, riding on a 106.3-inch wheelbase, which is 2.4 inches longer than the VW. It's also longer overall, at 172.6 inches.
The new Pulsar is a moderately powered little five-door, boasting an engine lineup familiar to anyone that knows the Qashqai. A 1.2-liter, turbocharged gas engine offers up 113 horsepower, while those that need a bit more oomph can wait for the late-availability, 187-hp, 1.6-liter turbo that American drivers will know from the Juke crossover. Diesel fans will be able to opt for a 1.5-liter mill that delivers 192 pound-feet of torque and 108 hp. No surprise here, but continuously variable transmissions are the order of the day.
The compact crossover segment is crowded because it offers near-perfect transportation for small families and empty nesters alike. As more and more consumers discover the benefits of compact crossovers - riding tall in traffic, enjoying four-cylinder fuel economy and the confidence of all-weather traction - automakers are jumping into the game to meet the increasing demand. Today's choices, in no particular order, include the Honda CR-V, Jeep Cherokee, Mazda CX-5, Hyundai Tucson, Mini Countryman, Subaru Forester, Kia Sportage, Volkswagen Tiguan, Ford Escape, Mitsubishi Outlander, Toyota RAV4 and this Nissan Rogue. Nearly all start around $22,000 in base trim and work their way reasonably upwards with more appealing trim levels and options. If you spend much over $33,000 in this segment, you are a glutton for frosting.
The latest player from Nissan is its all-new second-generation Rogue, introduced late last year as a 2014 model. After a brief First Drive in October, we recently welcomed back the Rogue for a week-long review. The plan was to embed the compact crossover into a family routine during the holidays, where it would receive a hearty workout hauling everything from five adult passengers and their shopping bags to trays loaded with warm honey-glazed hams and pecan pies for a dinner party. The compact CUV handled all with poise, but everything wasn't as sweet as its edible cargo.