2018 Nissan Frontier vs. 2018 Honda Ridgeline
Midsize pickups have a lot to offer despite their smaller stature. The Nissan Frontier in particular is a very capable, strong, affordable truck. If you throw in the available 4.0-liter V6 engine, the Frontier's towing capacity ups from 3,500 lbs. to an even more impressive 6,500 lbs. That's all great, but how does the new Frontier compare to other top competitors?
We here at Nissan Guam are committed to giving our customers second-to-none service. That's why we devised these model comparison pages. We want the car buying experience to be as stress-free as possible. So, we have put the 2018 Nissan Frontier head-to-head with the 2018 Honda Ridgeline. See our fancy little table below for details about each truck.
|2018 Nissan Frontier||Vs.||2018 Honda Ridgeline|
|23||EPA-estimated highway MPG||26|
|6,500 lbs.||Maximum towing capacity||5,000 lbs.|
What should initially stand out is the Frontier's superior performance at a much lower price. Even though the new Honda Ridgeline comes in as a bigger all-around vehicle, the Frontier offers a higher towing capacity when properly equipped.
Available in crew and king cabs, the new Frontier comes in several different size variations that are tailored to fit all drivers' needs. Do you have a need for four doors? The crew cab model offers plenty of seating capacity while the king cab is more designed for those with more of a need for bed space. If you want more space inside, you'll have to pay a bit extra for the standard crew cab trim level. The 2018 Nissan Frontier S 4x2 crew cab still starts at an affordable MSRP of $24,300.
For more pricing information, contact the sales staff here at Nissan Guam. The great people here can answer your questions and even get you behind the wheel. The new Nissan Frontier is a great ride for anyone who wants the abilities of a pickup, just compacted into a smaller truck. We hope to hear from you soon!