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My new Frontier fills all the squares I wanted checked. It rides great, has more power than I need, has great load and towing capacity and lots of features. Four wheel drive is very versatile, all in all it has everything except some of the latest high tech, prone to have bugs stuff. I been driving a 2001 Tacoma for 19 years (TRD) and it was great. Replacing it with a similarly equipped Tacoma this year started at about $42,000. I got my 2019 Frontier out the door for around $27,000 with 4 wheel drive, a track system in the bed, towing package including hitch and receiver. Only thing I'm going to add is a small (29 inch) tool box chest that will fit between the rails. The Frontier is all the truck most people need. Now if you just have money to burn you can get something with all the bells and whistles for$10,000 to $20,000 more. The Frontier has been the same configuration with improvements in the basic design since 2004. The bugs have been worked out and it's a solid, reliable, tough design with a lot of years built into the purchase price.Read more reviews at Cars.com