Compare the Nissan Frontier to the Ford Ranger

The Nissan Frontier and Ford Ranger both enjoy prestige for their capabilities, both for hard work and for fun-filled adventures. However, in comparing the two, we at Jim Keras Nissan found some key differences between these two light-duty models for your consideration. Check out how the new Nissan Frontier compares to its Ford competition, then check one out for yourself in our new inventory and contact us at Jim Keras Nissan to schedule a test drive. Customers will find us on Covington Pike -- just a few minutes from Bartlett-- in Memphis, TN.

Nissan Frontier vs Ford Ranger

  • Price: The Frontier begins at a starting price well over $1,000 less than the Ford Ranger.
  • Convenience: Families in Lakeland or Arlington might appreciate standard conveniences on the Frontier, a feature which costs extra on the Ranger, including 50/50 split-folding rear seats, front reading lights, a pollen air filter, and cruise controls on the steering wheel.
  • Fuel Economy: heading out to Olive Branch to see family? The Nissan Frontier helps save fuel long-term with a 21-gallon tank and a curb weight of 3,830 lbs., versus the 18-gallon tank and 4,145-lb curb weight of the Ranger.
  • Interior Space: The crew cabs of the Frontier offer more backseat leg and headroom for a comfortable trip up to Bartlett. Despite its "SuperCab" name, the Ford Ranger falls short in rear space for adults.
  • Exterior: Our Nissan light-duty pickup offers a sleeker design for customers in Cordova or Memphis to enjoy with a chrome grille and a body-colored rear bumper, both of which come unavailable on base trims of the Ranger.

Test Drive the Nissan Frontier Today

Our team at Jim Keras Nissan invites you to check out the new Nissan Frontier, schedule a test drive, and speak to our financing center about auto loans and leases. You will find us located less than 20 minutes outside Lakeland, use our directions and come see us today!