4WD Ext Cab V6 Auto Sport
Starting at | Starting at 15 MPG City - 20 MPG Highway
The Equator is closely related to the Nissan Frontier, with a few interior differences and a redesigned face. The base-level extended cab model begins well under $20,000, while the top-of-the-line crew cab goes just over $30,000. There's a lot of variation between those two price points, with a configuration for almost every budget and need, including 4-wheel drive, two bed sizes (five or six feet) and two engine choices -- 4-cylinder or V6.
Since the Equator was a brand-new model for 2009, very little has changed for 2010.
The base-level Equator extended cab comes with a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine, rear-wheel drive, and a 5-speed manual transmission. Everything about those specs can be upgraded, depending on trim level: a 4-liter V6 is available, as is a 4-wheel drivetrain and a 5-speed automatic transmission with overdrive. The crew cab has only the V6 engine and the automatic transmission, though there is a choice between 2- and 4-wheel drive.
|Driver Crash Grade||
|Side Impact Crash Test - Front||
Braking & Traction
|Tire Pressure Monitoring System||Std|
|Driver Air Bag||Std|
|Passenger Air Bag||Std|
|Side Air Bag||Std|
|Side Head Air Bag||Std|
|Rear Head side Air Bag||Std|
|Variable Inter. Wipers||Std|
|Basic||3 Years/36,000 Miles|
|Drivetrain||7 Years/100,000 Miles|
|Corrosion||5 Years/Unlimited Miles|
|Roadside Assistance||3 Years/36,000 Miles|
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