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2023 Nissan Frontier Changes

The Nissan Frontier is arguably one of the most classic pickup trucks on the market, rolling since 1959. The model has obviously evolved through the years, both in design and technology. The 2023 Nissan Frontier bears the carmaker’s tradition of reliability, longevity, and innovative features. Come with us and learn more about all the trims available for this lineup. Be sure to check what has changed since the last update.

Performance and Driveability

The new Nissan Frontier hasn’t hit the road yet; the company is expected to launch it this fall. However, there’s already a lot of anticipation about its release. Last year’s lineup was a great success, adding plenty of curiosity: what will Nissan change for the 2023 version? Is it going to be even more powerful than the previous one?

The Nissan Frontier is considered a medium-sized pickup truck, and the 2022 version comes with 310hp, 281 lb-ft of torque, and a towing capacity of 2,943kg. The 2023 lineup is expected to keep these numbers, as the 3.8-L V6 engine won’t change. The new version also keeps the ARLA 32 tank which reduces carbon emissions, a feature inherited from last year.

Interior and Exterior

The new Nissan Frontier is expected to keep most of the luxurious features presented last year. These include zero-gravity front seats, automatic dual-zone climate control, and wireless phone charging. As for interior space, there are two options: the King Cab and the Crew Cab. The King Cab has foldable seats in the rear row to increase cargo space. The Crew Cab is more of a family vehicle, taking up to five passengers.

There are a few changes in the exterior design. Although the design resembled the Nissan Titan, some lines were altered. It’s still quite boxy in shape, but light markings and body lines give a kind of muscular look to the new lineup. The 2023 version is also expected to provide a more extensive palette of colours and more wheel options.

Tech and Safety

The previous Nissan Frontier had some incredibly luxurious infotainment options and safety features; the new version probably ain’t stepping back from it. So, we can expect a Fender Premium sound system with ten speakers, a 9” touchscreen with NissanConnect, and compatibility with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.

As for safety, drivers will be treated with a long list of driving assists. Features such as pedestrian detection, emergency braking, intelligent cruise control, lane departure warning, and others are expected to remain in this lineup.

Trims and Prices

Six trims are expected for this new lineup: S, SV, SV SWB, SV LWB, PRO-X, and PRO-4X. There’s no information regarding prices on Nissan’s official website yet. However, starting prices are expected to be similar to last year’s, with few updates. Test drive and reserve yours at Royal Oak Nissan.

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