I have a 2004 Nissan Frontier XE 2wd further taxi… I attempted looking on the web but could not truly find a lot. I would like to know how much it price to have it accomplished somewhere. Also if you could supply the internet site hyperlink it would be excellent. Many thanks. PS. I want a three” lift package or even bigger. (: J.

Response by avatar
I have a 3″ human body raise and they charge me 350 on my 2006 ford ranger I just asked close to right up until I identified a store that would do it for me I would choose a suspension lift but they are far more high-priced


It looks like the only trucks that get at minimum 25+ miles per gallon are the 1995-ninety eight two.3L Ford Rangers and two.2L Chevy S10′s. So does the Nissan Frontier King Cab XE 2WD (two.4L 4cyl) get anything at all around this?

Response by Miss out on MotaMouth
There is a helpful website in which you can get the stats on most cars listed here: http://www.fueleconomy.gov/

Answer by John Paul
Aerodynamic vans are not. More rapidly you go the less MPG. The Nissan is more powerfull than the Ford and Chevy. So no milage obtained there. You did not point out guide trans or automated. So what do you want Considerably less flavor or significantly less filling?

Solution by chesterdacat
I have a 2003 Frontier 2WD 2.4L (the identical body style as the ’01) with a manual transmission. I generally get 24-25 MPG overall. If you are searching to buy a truck I would hugely reccommend the Frontier, I have had a Chevy S10 and a Ranger and the Nissan wins for me. Mine has 53000 miles with no difficulties in any way. We operate Frontiers as fleet vehicles and we have a 2001 with 208,000 miles and absolutely nothing has absent wrong. Good luck.