See 3 extended-cab pickups under $20K
The 2012 Nissan Frontier, Toyota Tacoma and Chevrolet Colorado midsize pickups all have stretched-cab versions known by different names: King Cab, Access Cab and Extended Cab, respectively. All seat 2 comfortably and 4 in a pinch, and all get combined EPA fuel economy mpg ratings in the low 20s. But only one gets the highest MSN User Ratings at an average 9.6 out of 10: the 2012 Nissan Frontier.
|Base Retail Price (MSRP)||$19,260|
|Base Invoice Price||$18,264|
|ConsumerReports.org® Bottom Line Price||Not Available|
|Blue Book® Suggested Retail Value||Not Available|
|Price this car with options||Not Available|
|Standard Engine||2.4L 152 hp I4|
5-Speed Manual Overdrive
|Fuel Economy (MPG) (city/highway)||19 / 23|
|Horsepower||152 @ 5200 RPM|
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|MSN Expert Rating (out of 10)||8.4(read reviews)|
|MSN User Rating (out of 10)||8.8(read reviews)|
|ConsumerReports.org® (out of 100)||Not Rated|
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