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2003 Nissan Frontier XE Crew Cab 4x4 4wd manual long bed - $6,000 (Tabor)

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condition: good
cylinders: 6 cylinders
drive: 4wd
fuel: gas
odometer: 209136
paint color: grey
title status: clean
transmission: manual
type: pickup
2003 Nissan Frontier XE Crew Cab 4x4 4wd manual long bed
209136 miles

-Crew cab (4 door)
-XE trim level (power locks/windows, cruise control, etc)
-4wd (auto locking)
-Long bed (6ft)
-Manual transmission
-Bed topper
-Factory roof rack
-Aftermarket CarPlay/Android Auto stereo and speakers with backup camera
-New windshield, newer tires, brand new winter tires

I'm the second owner of the truck, purchased in 2017 from a dealership in Portland. It has been a reliable and fun vehicle but I'm moving to a smaller automatic car. It's been in storage since March 2023 and I've finally brought myself to get rid of it...

I have receipts for major maintenance, including timing belt replacement (2021 at 193k miles), alignments, brakes and wheel bearing replacements, windshield replacement (2022), and other miscellanea. Oil was changed every 4000mi/4mo. Front end suspension will need eventual service, but I have kept my eye on alignment and not worried about it too much. I've never had the clutch serviced since I've had it (don't know about before). There's a little bit of bearing noise but it hasn't been getting worse

It's an old truck, so she's got some bruises, but nothing crazy: a few small cosmetics in the body/paint, the topper window doesn't seat right, the upholstery/trim shows some wear, etc. But she's solid where it matters: 4wd works great, heat/AC rips, runs/drives reliably. I installed a Jenson CAR710W 7" stereo that has Android Auto / Apple CarPlay and a backup camera.

I put a new set of Trail Runner tires on in 2020 (they have about 18k miles). I also bought a new set of Blizzak DMV2 winter tires and used them for only part of the 2022/23 season, so they're basically brand new. I will throw them in for $450

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