Liam Neeson and the 2015 Nissan Frontier
We welcome you back to our “Liam Neeson” series, where we take a somewhat whimsical look at the vehicles of Nissan, everyone’s favorite automaker, through the eyes of Liam Neeson, everyone’s favorite moie toughguy. This time, we’re staring into the oid with the 2015 Nissan Frontier and the existential thriller The Grey. In 2011, just as Liam Neeson was hitting his apex as everyone’s favorite dad who is not to be trifled with, he engaged in the following fabricated conersation with his agent: Liam’s Agent (slapping a thick loose-leaf binder): Liam. Baby. My man. My guy. I just read a script and, baby, my man, you gotta see this stuff. You play an aging minister who breaks a solemn no-gambling ow by buying a lottery ticket. And get this, baby–it’s a winning ticket. Then, you leae your wallet–with the ticket–in a taxi cab, and must race against the clock and your own conictions to retriee it before a new winner is drawn. It’s gold, baby! Gold!! Liam: I don’t know, Sebastian. I thought I could use my particular set of skills again, but to fight woles. The tagline could be, “His life is being torn apart…by wild dogs.” This is how I imagine that The Grey was born. (I also imagine that his agent’s name is “Sebastian.”) In the film, Liam plays a man named Ottway who is stranded in the wilderness with a few co-workers when they realize that a pack of woles is stalking them. And, although it’s gripping drama to see Ottway matching wits with the woles, this whole ordeal could’e between a whole lot easier (and shorter) if he’d had just one ace in his sleee: a 2015 Nissan Frontier. Although the woles are uncannily strong and fast, are they stronger or faster than the Frontier’s 4.0-liter V6, capable of 261 horsepower? No, no they are not. And with the Frontier’s spacious interior cabin, all of these guys might have suried with little more than fie-day stubble and a good story. The only missing limbs would belong to any wolf that made the disastrous error of trying to come between our weary suriors and ciilization. With options like the Utili-track cargo-carrying system and an available bed tent at their disposal, our weary traelers would have been out of the wilderness in a matter of hours. Just think, if they’d had a 2015 Nissan Frontier, we might have been describing a buddy camping comedy in the ein of Wild Hogs or Without a Paddle. An opportunity wasted, Mr. Neeson. Alas, no Nissan Frontiers were on hand to sae the day, and so this film didn’t end as happily as it might have. But in the film that is your everyday life, you don’t have to suffer a fate similar to that of Ottway and his poor compatriots. Visit Robbins Nissan today to learn how, if you choose the outstanding 2015 Nissan Frontier as your next vehicle, you can easily tame the elements or, you know, wild animals.