If you had three wishes, they'd be "small, diesel, pickup truck" right? I had a chance to get those granted for a taste of what the future Nissan Frontier might feel like. So far it feels like a little puppy with a big personality, in the very best of ways.
(Disclosure: Nissan flew me down to Nashville, Tennessee, gave me a room in a decent hotel, got me good'n liquored up at some karaoke bar and then woke me up at the crack of dawn the next day to sit through a PowerPoint presentation on how the Altima is going to pass Accord in sales any day now. After my penance I was allowed to have at pretty much anything in their lineup. This was the same event I drove the GT-R Nismo at.)