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2009 Nissan Frontier Se Crew Cab Pickup 4-door 4.0l on 2040-cars

US $17,800.00
Year:2009 Mileage:36000
Location:

Warren, Rhode Island, United States

Warren, Rhode Island, United States

36.000 miles. Excellent condition inside and out, runs and drives perfectly,automatic, one owner, 4WD, tow hitch, GPS, power windows and locks, clean carfax, comes with engine and trans skid plates brand new in box ($400 value)

Auto Services in Rhode Island

Tint Master ★★★★★

Auto Repair & Service, Glass Coating & Tinting, Window Tinting
Address: 1004 Bank St, Westerly
Phone: (860) 437-8468

Spindle City Auto Glass ★★★★★

Automobile Parts & Supplies, Automobile Detailing, Glass-Auto, Plate, Window, Etc
Address: 483 Bedford St, Bristol
Phone: (508) 677-3063

Mulzer`s Car Care ★★★★★

Auto Repair & Service, Brake Repair, Tire Changing Equipment
Address: 591 Boston Neck Rd, North-Kingstown
Phone: (401) 295-7040

Motors East Inc ★★★★★

Used Car Dealers, Motorcycle Dealers, Motorcycle Instruction
Address: 268 Mendon Rd, Scituate
Phone: (401) 726-7609

Monro Muffler Brake & Service ★★★★★

Auto Repair & Service, Automobile Parts & Supplies, Mufflers & Exhaust Systems
Address: 1427 Newport Ave, Central-Falls
Phone: (401) 723-5810

M J Sullivan Automotive Corner ★★★★★

New Car Dealers
Address: 452 Broad St, Westerly
Phone: (860) 443-8432

Auto blog

Nissan Patrol modified for backseat drivers

Thu, 19 Sep 2013 14:59:00 EST

The McLaren F1 is most famous for holding the production-car top-speed record for over a decade, but it also made a name for itself by being one of the only production cars with a central driving position, a feature that's extremely rare. But in the world of custom cars, anything can happen. We're not sure if Dubai-based shop King of Customs was inspired by McLaren or is poking fun at backseat drivers (perhaps the builder or the commissioner just has quite the imagination), but its custom fifth-generation Nissan Patrol (the foundation of the Infiniti QX80 in the US) sports utility vehicle takes the term "central-driving position" to the next level. In the Patrol's case, "central" means that the driver's seat and controls are located in the second-row seating area.
It's a pretty clean conversion - if pointless - and we have to wonder how safe it is to drive such a vehicle. The front seats are now passenger seats, and the front airbags have been taken out and replaced with screens, according to King of Customs' Facebook page. So if the driver's view outside is impaired and the SUV is involved in a crash, you'd better hope nobody is up front. The screens on the backs of the front-seat headrests at least provide views from the side-view mirrors via cameras, the shop claims.
Watch the video below, marvel at the extreme impracticality of it all and see the thing drive.

Nissan Qashqai getting Juke-R treatment

Wed, 20 Mar 2013 09:44:00 EST

As long as there are sacred cows, there will be heretics sharpening their knives in anticipation of the butchering. When Nissan first carved into the mighty GT-R to create the Juke-R, onlookers quickly fell into two camps: those who thought the plan was sheer genius and those who believed cannibalizing a GT-R to feed a Juke was a new brand of obscenity. We fell firmly in the former camp. Now Severn Valley Motorsport is looking to take that theme one step further by shoving the go-faster bits from a GT-R into a Nissan Qashqai. That noise you hear? It's us cackling like mad men.
While we can't say for certain, we're guessing the project should yield the world's fastest Qashqai thanks in no small part to the twin-turbocharged VR38DETT V6 engine from the GT-R. Throw in the all-wheel-drive system and the little CUV should change demeanor dramatically. We can't wait to see this thing in action.

NYC Taxi of Tomorrow ruled legal by appeals court

Wed, 11 Jun 2014 19:15:00 EST

The streets of New York City might be filling up with a lot more Nissans in the next few years. A New York appeals court ruled that the city's mandate to replace old taxis with a fleet entirely made up of the Nissan NV200 Taxi of Tomorrow was legal. The decision overturned a previous ruling that decided The Big Apple couldn't force cabbies to all purchase the same vehicle.
Justice David B. Saxe wrote the court's opinion saying the Taxi of Tomorrow is a "legally appropriate response to the agency's statutory obligation to produce a 21st-century taxicab consistent with the broad interests and perspectives that the agency is charged with protecting," according to Bloomberg. The Greater New York Taxi Association, the plaintiff in the case, could still possibly attempt a second appeal.
Nissan originally won the 10-year contract estimated to be worth about $1 billion in 2011, beating out Ford and a Turkish company. Under the Taxi of Tomorrow plan, all New York cabbies would have to switch to the NV200 within three of five years of the van going into service, and it would replace the 16 vehicles previously authorized as taxis. In 2013, the mandate received multiple challenges though, including an attempted ban by cab drivers because the replacement wasn't a hybrid. In a separate case, state Supreme Court judge Schlomo Hagler decided that there was nothing in the city charter that forced a taxi driver to choose a specific vehicle. This was the case that was just overturned. In the meantime, the automaker has been selling the NV200 to New York cabbies at prices around $29,700.