Lots of wheelbase (especially if it's the King Cab), lots of towing capacity (three tons)... nice!
I assume that you didn't get the optional hitch. With nothing else to tow, I suppose that makes sense; since a hitch for the Frontier is common, it will be readily available if one is needed. I would put one on, but we all have different uses for a truck, so we have different preferences.
If a hitch receiver is needed, there are only a few common models. eTrailer
has great descriptions, with photos showing how they fit on the truck.
Current Frontier hitch part numbers:
- Cequent Towing Products (one company, one hitch, multiple brands):
- Hidden Hitch 87539
- Reese 44526
- Draw-Tite 75282
- U-Haul 75990
- Curt 13241
All seem to have the same capacity: 5000 lb weight carrying; 8000 lb weight distributing. This is Class 4, but all are strangely described as Class 3.