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Fuel economy: 19 city/23 highway mpg
The Nissan Frontier (about $17,500) will please pickup owners interested in fuel efficiency. The 152-horsepower, 2.5-liter four-cylinder, which comes only in two-wheel-drive, gets 19 city/23 highway mpg when paired with a five-speed, manual transmission and 17 city/22 highway mpg when equipped with a five-speed, automatic transmission.
The 261-horsepower, 4.0-liter V-6 comes in two- and four-wheel-drive. Two-wheel-drive models get 16 city/20 highway mpg with a six-speed, manual transmission and 15 city/20 highway mpg when equipped with a five-speed automatic. Four-wheel-drive versions achieve 15 city/19 highway mpg when paired with either a manual or automatic transmission.