Many drivers who want a truck need more than the smallest models available but do not need the class heavy-weights either. The Nissan Frontier is the answer. The Frontier delivers the capabilities that drivers want from a pickup truck without requiring them to choose a full-size. This pickup is more maneuverable and affordable with its improved fuel economy over full-sized pickups while offering everything the average Florida driver needs and wants.
The solid design of the Frontier leads to excellent durability along with tough capabilities. Opt for the V6 engine to get 261 horsepower and an incredible 281 pound-feet of torque, more than enough to tow 6,710 pounds. To make the Frontier even more convenient, you can configure it to use ethanol E85 or standard gasoline. The variety of trims and options makes it easy to configure your Frontier to suit your specific needs.
People looking to take their Nissan Frontier off paved roads will enjoy the Hill Start Assist, Hill Descent Assist, Active Brake Limited Slip, Electronic Locking Rear Differential, and Bilstein Off-Road Performance Shocks. Between the truck bed and the rear under-seat storage bin, the Frontier provides you with plenty of space to fit everything you need. You will also stay connected on the way to your destination with available NissanConnect with Navigation and Mobile Apps, helping you find your way to new job sites or just to keep you entertained.
After more than a decade on the road, the Nissan Frontier has been completely redesigned for 2021. The new Frontier generation begins with a 310-horsepower direct-injection V6 under the hood, and the fresh powertrain means that the truck can now tow up to 6,700 pounds and haul more than 1,400 pounds. Gear shifting is handled via a smooth-running nine-speed automatic transmission as well. The cabin sports comfortable and stylish new materials, and a new tech interface lets you control your entertainment and safety tools through both physical knobs and a modern touchscreen.
Production of the Nissan Frontier began in 1997 with the goal of replacing the Nissan Hardbody truck, as that model was becoming less popular. The Crew Cab was introduced for 2000, further expanding this pickup’s appeal. For 2007, the Crew Cab Long Bed trim was added, giving you the option of getting a Crew Cab and a 6-foot-long truck bed. That same year, V6 models reduced their emissions and Nissan made a passenger seatbelt reminder standard.
The 2008 Nissan Frontier expanded the availability of the 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine and added satellite radio and Bluetooth to the Technology Package on the Nismo and LE models. The 2009 version of the Frontier got a bolder grille, new exterior colors, and a new headlight design. This was also the year the Pro-4X off-road package was introduced while King Cabs got heated side mirrors and front seats. A Sport Appearance Package was added for the 2012 model year and all models got standard electronic stability control and 2-wheel Brake Limited Slip system.
If you are looking for a highly capable truck that is agile but without being too big, the Nissan Frontier should be considered. Offered in a variety of trims and styles, with exceptional features to select from, the Nissan Frontier delivers on performance.
If you are in the market for a new vehicle, pay Lee Nissan of Ft. Walton Beach, Florida a visit. Our team of professionals can guide you through the many high-quality new and used models at our dealership. We are happy to answer any of your questions and help you configure a Frontier to suit your needs. You can also get competitive financing right here at the dealership to keep things simple and take care of scheduled maintenance needs with our on-site certified mechanics. Call us today and we will get your preferred model gassed and ready for a test drive!