2010 Nissan Frontier King Cab 4x4 Hilo, HI  2010 Nissan Frontier King Cab 4x4 Hilo, HI  2010 Nissan Frontier King Cab 4x4 Hilo, HI
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2010 Nissan Frontier King Cab 4x4



2010 Nissan Frontier King Cab with automatic transmission and four wheel drive and cold AC. The cabin seats 4 and currently sleeps two with a Tepui Ayer tent mounted on a bed rack, giving you the versatility of an easy 10 minute set-up along with rack and bed space for carrying extra toys that you might rent along the way, such as kayaks, bikes, and surfboards. NOTE: Our office is located in Hilo, on the Big Island of Hawaii. Free pick-up and drop off is available at Hilo International Airport or locations nearby. We do not offer service for Kona International Airport at this time, but there are a few options: · Most of our customers who fly in and out of Kona rent a car one way to pick up the truck at our shop in Hilo. · Uber/Lyft are available for under $150.00 between Kona and Hilo. · There is one bus route that may work for you, and only costs $2.00: http://www.heleonbus.org/schedules-and-maps/kona-hilo-bus-schedule Explore the Big Island of Hawaii on your own terms with one of our go-anywhere trucks, outfitted with Tepui roof top tents and all the camping gear necessary to mount your own expedition into our unique island paradise! We offer a unique alternative to the usual car+hotel package, where you spend as much time driving to the sights, as you do seeing them. With our vehicle and tent package, you pick a starting point and then keep going on your own self-guided tour! With over a dozen public and private campgrounds scattered evenly around the island, you will easily be able to explore every part of this lovely island. All vehicles come fully outfitted with the following items packed in plastic waterproof tubs: Camp Kitchen Kit • Cooler • 5 gallon drinking water jug • Two burner Coleman propane stove • Small and large sauce pans, and 12″ frying pan • Tea kettle • Plates, bowls, cups, and silverware for 4 people. • Cooking utensils (serving spoons, spatula, tongs, etc.) • Melitta coffee filter cone, with filters • Two coffee cups • Cutting board • Measuring cup • Can opener • Liquid dish soap • Dish tub • Dish towels Comfort Kit • Fitted and flat sheet set for tent mattress • 2 pillows, with cases • 2 blankets or sleeping bags • 2 hand towels • 2 beach towels ( extras of the above items are available upon request) • Folding camp chairs • Folding camp table
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Shawn Zenor
Response rate: 80%
Response time: within a day


Make: Nissan
Model: Nissan Frontier King Cab 4x4
Type: Truck Camper
Sleeps: 2
Length: 15 Feet


Air Conditioner
Dining Table
Kitchen Sink
Inside Shower
Outside Shower
Ceiling Fan
Tow Hitch
Bike Rack
Backup Camera
Extra Storage
Leveling Jacks
CD Player
Audio Inputs
Handicap Accessible


Pet Friendly
Festival Friendly
Smoking Allowed
1. No smoking in or near vehicles or tents. 2. Any accidents, damages, or issues with equipment must be reported to us immediately. 3. Towing/recovery of vehicle from off-road areas, due to driver error or mechanical failure, is entirely the customer's responsibility. Mauna Kea Access Road above the Visitors Center, and Waipio Valley Road are off-limits for our vehicles. Violation of...


Hitch Receiver Bike Carrier Daily

Fits into hitch receiver under rear bumper and will carry two bikes.



Daily: $105
Weekly: $624
Monthly: $2,520
Minimum Nights: 3

Generator Charges

Unlimited hours are included with this rental

Mileage Charges

Unlimited miles are included with this rental


3 Reviews

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Reviewed on Dec 2nd

An amazing trip around the island in the "Silver Surfer". Great recommendation from Shawn to find THE place to camp. The tent is so comfortable and spacious. Shawn makes his business with love. Some little stuff starts to be old on the car ( like doors who don't open) can be a bit annoying. But...

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Reviewed on Nov 21st

We took a weekend trip to South Point and our experience was fantastic. The Tepui tent setup on the trucks is so easy to put together and take down you'll never want to put up an actual tent again, plus you get to enjoy the sunrises and sunsets from atop the racks and off the rocky ground. The...

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Reviewed on Nov 20th

This was the best way to experience the big Island. We spent 3 nights in the 2010 truck. The tent was very stable even in high wind. I recommend taking off the rain fly because it does catch the wind and gets very loud. The truck drove great and could easily handle the ups and downs and all the...