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Brought home a new 2017 frontier yesterday. Very excited to get involved with the forum. Or ask a lot of questions anyway.

Big thanks to the big posters on this site as I did hours of research here before even sitting in a frontier.

Car history
1984 Toyota tercel wagon 350k (km folks)
Dodge omni
1999 Chevy suburban 2500 500k
2009 Dodge 3500 diesel 100k
2010 GMC 2500 diesel 260k

Now a 2017 Nissan Frontier SL gun metal grey. I’ll get some photos up here.

Up in northern Alberta and snowed the first night.
 

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Brought home a new 2017 frontier yesterday. Very excited to get involved with the forum. Or ask a lot of questions anyway.



Big thanks to the big posters on this site as I did hours of research here before even sitting in a frontier.



Car history

1984 Toyota tercel wagon 350k (km folks)

Dodge omni

1999 Chevy suburban 2500 500k

2009 Dodge 3500 diesel 100k

2010 GMC 2500 diesel 260k



Now a 2017 Nissan Frontier SL gun metal grey. I’ll get some photos up here.



Up in northern Alberta and snowed the first night.







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Nice. 4x4?
 

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Thanks! Yup 4x4. Pretty much required here.
Very impressed with traction control in 2wd so far.


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Oh WOW that looks nice.
Thanks for posting the pic....have not seen too many of the new SL's on Clubfrontier with the newer style SL rims/wheels.
 

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They ride like a dream. Smother over bad pavement then my 2015. F150 with 17s.

But honestly I would trade for a 16” rim off the pro4x just for the cheaper tires in the future. I’ll get a 2nd set of rims soon and get 16”.

Also driven it in -30c twice and it’s surprisingly well sealed and warm.
Haven’t truly started it without the block heater cold yet but has seemed happy.

The other day a Mazda 5 and tundra both wouldn’t start in the driveway so the 15yo Nissan Sentra had to boost them both so family could make their plane. Hopefully a common Nissan trait.


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