2012 Nissan Frontier Honored by Kelley Blue Book


It’s no secret Nissan takes pride in developing quality vehicles that are built to last. Now others are recognizing the automaker for those same efforts. The 2012 Frontier was recently named as on the Top 10 cars with Best Resale Value according to Kelley Blue Book.

You invest a lot of money in your vehicle and in addition to quality and dependability; you want a vehicle that is going to retain its value if you decide to trade-it-in or sell it. That’s what you’ll get with the 2012 Frontier. The Kelley Blue Book Best Resale Value awards—announced every year since 1981—are considered the industry-standard because government agencies, the automotive leasing industry and banks/financial institutions rely on these rankings/figures to help with their projections/values.

It’s no surprise that Nissan would create a vehicle that would earn an honor like this. As for the 2012 Frontier, you get the same great style and performance you would expect from a Nissan truck. That includes a 261-hp V6 and full-length, fully boxed frame for strength and the traditional off-road capabilities that makes Nissan trucks among the industry leaders. The Frontier Crew Cab Standard, which has room for five, has 6,500-pound towing capacity, proving tough for rugged conditions, but sporty and efficient for everyday use.

All the traditional features of Nissan are in place with the 2012 Frontier. And because of its strong resale value, you’ll get your money’s worth when you decide to trade-it-in or sell it to purchase your next latest and greatest Nissan model. Stop in to Windsor Nissan for a test drive today!

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