2018 Nissan Frontier Review – Interior, Exterior, Engine, Release Date, and Price
Known as the Navara in Europe and Asia, this pickup track is promoted in North America as the Frontier. Representing the Nissan D-series, the car was launched back in 1997. The Frontier has reputed as a good working horse offering power, convenience and modern technologies. With the model, the Japanese company has been able to rival the American truck manufacturers. Four years ago, Nissan released the third generation of the model. For 2018, the automaker is going to give the Frontier some refreshments.
Expectedly, the most changes for the new car will concern its interior, while its appearance will generally stay within its traditional lines. The 2018 Nissan Frontier will come in several modification. Now, information is available that under the hood, it will get an inline-four gasoline engine as the base option. This 2.5 L motor is able to produce 133 hp and 225 lb-ft of torque. As a novelty, a more powerful unit will be offered. The additional option is a diesel V6 motor with displacement of 4.0 liters. The unit will be able to deliver about 250 hp. As for the transmission, the Frontier’s drivetrain will be equipped with a six-speed manual as a base gearbox. Optionally, a five-speed automatic transmission will be available. Fuel economy is another quality of the truck. It is averagely rated at 21 mpg.
Hopefully, the Nissan has taken into account the imperfections of the previous model, and given the car quality features. The technological part will be distinguished with up-to-date elements including a touch screen, audio system and mobile connectivity. Other interesting functions are voice control, Nissan software support and rear-view camera. Besides, the new Frontier can offer a full-fledge safety system featuring dashboard and top airbags, anti-lock braking system, cruise control and others.