Cons: "gas mileage not great, parts tend to be on the pricey side"
Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 10
"Bought my 1996 King Cab 4WD as a trade-in in 1997 with 3500 miles. 15 years later, it is still on the road with 337,000 miles (that's not a typo!) and the original K24 engine. It commutes 400-500 miles per week, pulls anything from a small camper to a two horse trailer, hay wagon, or trailer. It's a workhorse and has good reliability. I have replaced the manual transmission in the truck, everything else is original. It's not the smoothest riding or not loaded with the bells and whistles, but I don't like power accessories due to replacement costs. It's a TRUCK! If you need a smooth ride, buy a Cadillac. The extended cab is not really a place for anyone to ride, except for very short trips, but it is great storage! It has a few dings here and there, but overall has held up really well and even my cloth seats are in great shape with no tears or fading I have taken care of it over the years and it still looks good. I had considered buying a newer vehicle some time ago but decided I would keep my Nissan on the road. Since I have had such great service out of my truck, my husband bought a 2007 Nissan Versa for our daughter, then my husband bought himself a 2010 Nissan Sentra earlier this year. If you do the maintenance and CHANGE THAT OIL, these trucks will run and run and run. In my opinion, every bit as good as a comparable Toyota, but with a better price."
"I love this truck. Before this Nissan, I owned a Jeep Grand Wagoneer but for gas milage, I would have never left. Bought this '95 in 2005 with 10000 miles on her. 200000+ miles later,too many UT winter commutes and she is still ticking true and fast. Little squeaky in places, but hey aren't we all?! I will be very unhappy to replace this truck anytime soon. They just don't make anything truly remarkable anymore."