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New to the Frontier Trucks, Curious

Old 07-08-2014, 06:58 PM
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Default New to the Frontier Trucks, Curious

Okay, I couldn't find a Looking to Buy sub-forum so please correct me if this is wrong. It is a vs/or in me choosing a new truck.

Everything I have read says go frontier over tacoma, power, cheaper, more features, etc. But I have three main questions...

From recent years up until now, and continuing forward (2012-current), how are the trucks (tacoma and frontier) for reliability and longevity? Does one take the cake? All vehicles have their supposed weak spots, my buick century has the upper intake manifold gasket problem (factory plastic).

Aftermarket (is one more readily available to modify than the other?)

Off road and towing (I do very little towing, and at most it would be a four wheeler, if that even, but I do enjoy off roading, (not mud, more like trail riding, dirt, and very LIGHT mud)

Sorry again if this is wrong forum, and this is my first post, so HI to all.


I'm buying a new truck in the next year. Either brand new or pre-owned very low mileage, Frontier VS Tacoma. I have read that frontier wins, but I want words and advice from owners.
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