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View Poll Results: Wait or Not to Wait
Wait 6 months untill school is over 41 83.67%
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Old 10-03-2012, 06:22 PM   #61
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Clearly they are better then toyota
Then you get one. i just dont like them. thats just my opinion
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Old 10-03-2012, 06:27 PM   #62
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Then you get one. i just dont like them. thats just my opinion
He's messing with your head lol. Lots of people on here do that, besides, there's a pretty hot thread in General Automotive about a guy switching from a Taco to Frontier going on right now, check it out for laughs.
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Old 10-03-2012, 06:32 PM   #63
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He's messing with your head lol. Lots of people on here do that, besides, there's a pretty hot thread in General Automotive about a guy switching from a Taco to Frontier going on right now, check it out for laughs.
kinda figured that. i still hate nissan other then the gt-r
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Old 10-03-2012, 06:59 PM   #64
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kinda figured that. i still hate nissan other then the gt-r
Carful man Nissan is one of the only brands that have really rare and hard to fine classics that are one of the best long lasting cars. Nissan is like a brother of Toyota. People dream to own one of the classic cars of Nissan. Especially the 1987 classic skyline and the datsuns. The frontier has the same rear locker as the Tacoma and there good trucks but the market for those trucks ain't as big as the Tacoma. I still would prefer Tacoma over a frontier but don't be ignorant. Japanese cars are really realiable especially older cars
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Carful man Nissan is one of the only brands that have really rare and hard to fine classics that are one of the best long lasting cars. Nissan is like a brother of Toyota. People dream to own one of the classic cars of Nissan. Especially the 1987 classic skyline and the datsuns. The frontier has the same rear locker as the Tacoma and there good trucks but the market for those trucks ain't as big as the Tacoma. I still would prefer Tacoma over a frontier but don't be ignorant. Japanese cars are really realiable especially older cars
This, problem with older ones is rust. You were lucky to get 5 years out of an old import driving it in the rust belt. It's still hard on newer cars, but not as bad as it used to be. Most old Toyota pickups I've seen around here have the distinction of rusting apart before their engine gives up the ghost which is really cool in my eyes. This one guy I saw at the gas station had an 80s 2WD pickup that the panels were so rusty it looked like I could just pull one of them off with a little effort, but he got in it and fired it up and it sounded like a sewing machine. Bet he is still driving it. Also, I recall reading somewhere that Nissan is the #2 Japanese car company, didn't tell me who was the first, but it has to be Toyota or Honda.
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I will skip the financial lesson, since you did not ask for my opinion on that.

From my experience in high school, wait till you graduate. If possible, wait till you're done will college as well. School campuses are a bad environment for a shiny new truck. Lots of jealously going around. My truck got messed with all the time in school. It was 10 years old at the time.
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Frontiers don't hold value either
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All this talk of 911's on dirt and snow.... Got me riled up.
Pretty cool vid if you wanna watch
http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=BStD_K4SW1I
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All this talk of 911's on dirt and snow.... Got me riled up.
Pretty cool vid if you wanna watch
http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=BStD_K4SW1I
i love how the whole time he is going over the dirt all you hear is everything kicking up and hitting the wheel-wells and frame. great vid bro
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