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Old 04-17-2018, 06:49 PM   #1
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Default D22 cabin scompared to a D21

I just watched a retro edition of Motor Week Review. The guy said that a 1998 Frontier has more room in the cabin than the D21 it replaced.

Can anyone confirm that?
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Old 04-18-2018, 05:20 AM   #2
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Here's the interior dimensions listed on Edmunds. Hardbody showing a couple inches more legroom, but otherwise pretty much identical.



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I've had both. Very much yes. I'm 6'5, and I was sardined in my hb, no real issues in my fronty.
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Ive driven both regular cab and king cab Hardbodys. With the seat in the all the way back position, seat back slightly reclined, it has more room than a regular cab. My knees hit the dash on a regular cab. King cabs, I dont have that issue.
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It's not a comparison between a standard cab and the King. They said that the new design (98) has more interior space than the original Hardbody design.
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