Comparing the 2018 Nissan Frontier to the Competition at Razzari Nissan

There are a handful of mid-size pickup trucks out there to choose from for your performance and capability needs but, if you ask us here at Razzari Nissan, there's nothing on the road today quite like the 2018 Nissan Frontier! This mid-size pickup truck boasts a broad and bold style that's impossible to ignore from any angle, a comfortable cabin, tons of features and safety tech, powerful engine options, and the capability to take on nearly anything that comes your way on your day-to-day drives. Of course, we don't expect Merced, CA drivers to just take our word for it!

In the section below, you'll see that we've compared the 2018 Nissan Frontier to one of its main rivals: the 2018 Toyota Tacoma. This pickup truck puts up some serious competition so, to get all the facts and details that are most important to you, read through our list and see how they stack up head-to-head. If you like the Frontier as much as we think you will, we welcome you to come find it among the rest of our new Nissan models, come see it in person at our dealership, and take it for a spin around town for the hands-on experience needed to make a driving decision with knowledge and confidence. Until then, read on and get the important info you've been searching for.

The 2018 Nissan Frontier vs. the 2018 Toyota Tacoma

  • The starting price for the 2018 Nissan Frontier is $18,990 MSPR, which is much more affordable than the 2018 Toyota Tacoma's starting price of $25,200 MSRP.
    • On the outside, the standard all-chrome grille of the Frontier literally out-shines the less attractive standard black-and-chrome grille of the Tacoma.
    • Around back, the Frontier comes standard with pickup cargo box lights; on the other hand, the Tacoma only offers this as an optional feature, leaving you to work in the dark.
    • When equipped with the King Cab, the Frontier provides more rear leg, head, and hip room than the Tacoma equipped with the Access Cab.
  • When fully decked out, the Frontier 4x4 Crew Cab SL and an automatic transmission costs $36,400 MSRP; the decked-out Tacoma Limited 4x4 Double Cab is much more expensive at $40,215 MSRP.
    • The Frontier SL mentioned above provides more standard features than the Tacoma Limited also mentioned above; you'll find the Frontier provides the following as standard, whereas the Tacoma only offers them as optional or not available at all:
      • heated side mirrors
      • side steps
      • fully automatic exterior light control
      • delay-off headlights
      • a pickup cargo box light
      • heated front seats
      • power front seating
      • voice-activated navigation
      • an illuminated glovebox
    • The Frontier SL's engine hits 281 lb-ft of torque, beating the Tacoma Limited's engine torque of just 265 lb-ft.

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