Nissan seeks to reinvent its Nissan Frontier in 2022. The Frontier is Nissan’s mid-size truck and is one of two Nissan pickup trucks in production. The Frontier has pulled off modernizing, and this well-respected workhorse was introduced around the year 2000. Starting at $27,840 the 2022 Frontier will come in seven new trim levels. Starting with the base King Cab S to the monstrous Crew Cab PRO4X that will begin at $37,240
Nissan’s Frontier S and the PRO4X both produce 310hp and tow up to 6,270lbs. However, the PRO4X comes with exclusive add ons that were once solely crafted for the all-women Rebelle Rally teams NISMO wrapped Frontier PRO4X. What you get is; NISMO Off-Road 4-inch Lights, a NISMO Off-Road Overland Bed Rack, NISMO Off-Road Rooftop Tent, and NISMO Off-Road Performance Exhaust.
The latest NissanConnect® technology lets you do all essential functions as if you were inside the car from your phone. Start and heat your Frontier with a simple click on the app. Customizable alerts can notify you if someone driving your car is going too fast or too far. This tech has safety systems built in to call emergency services if the airbags deploy. Collision warnings pop up on the digital cluster and you will not be able to ignore the lane assist warnings.
Tell NissanConnect® where you want to go and it pops up on the display screen in your car, multiple destination points allow you to plan a road trip from your couch.
Every inch counts and Nissan provides the largest-in-class touch screen at 9″ This big screen allows you to play your favorite music. Apple car play and Android Audio come through a strategically placed 10-speaker Fender® Premium Audio System.
Nissan redesigned their current standard gear shifter with a joystick shifter similar to video games such as Mario Kart, enabling a quick shift button just under the index finger.
The new Nissan Frontier will be slightly larger than its predecessor and will compete against the Chevrolet Colorado, Honda Ridgeline, Jeep Gladiator, and Toyota Tacoma.