Out with the old, in with the... old.
https://www.thedrive.com/news/32105/nis ... h-the-same
https://www.motor1.com/news/396833/mill ... r-chicago/
Above has an under 6 minute video, including at the point where the odometer gets stuck at 999,999 miles.the Frontier’s digital odometer stopped counting at 999,999. The trip odometer continues to log miles, however, and the truck is still chugging away. The engine and transmission are all original without any major repairs or rebuilds, though the timing chain for the engine was replaced at 700,000 miles as a preventative measure.
The radiator and the alternator lasted 450,000 miles, and if you’re wondering how many clutches the Frontier went through, that number is exactly one. The original clutch was finally replaced at 801,000 miles. Otherwise, he Murphy changes the oil himself every 10,000 miles, and his local dealership handles larger maintenance issues.