Nissan Frontier Model Review

19/23  CITY/HWY
EPA-Estimated MPG
7.6  Sec.
0-60 MPH
4
Doors
5
Seats
59.5" or 73.3"
Bed Lengths

What's New for the 2018 Nissan Frontier?

The decision about which new mid-size truck to purchase is seemingly difficult to make at first glance. However, after you learn more about the incredible updates that Nissan has made to the 2018 Frontier, your mind may easily be made up. Between the power and style of the 2017 Frontier, it may seem like there was little room to improve this mid-size truck. However, Nissan has made changes to the interior, exterior and safety features. Also, the interior now is equipped with a rearview camera as a standard feature with all models. The exterior changes are robust. You will benefit from a larger cargo area and a redesigned front end that includes changes to the grille, headlights, chrome accents and side view mirrors.

2018 Nissan Frontier

17 Unique Options

One of the primary reasons why the 2018 Frontier may be a good fit for most mid-size truck buyers is because there are 17 ways to configure this vehicle. The configurations have five trim levels, three cab sizes and either a 4x4 or a 4x2 option. The S, SV, Desert Runner, Pro and SL Frontier trims for 2018 are all available with a single cab, king cab or crew cab design. While the higher-end Frontier trims have a longer list of standard features, you will love the fact that even the base trim for 2018 is thoughtfully-appointed. Some of the many base-level features include a four-speaker sound system with voice activation and a CD player, a color LCD touchscreen for the infotainment and navigation features, hands-free connectivity, audio controls and many other features.

The Power to Haul

2018 Nissan FrontierThe base engine in this mid-size truck is a capable I4, 2.5-liter gas engine. It delivers in the power department with 152 horsepower along with 171 foot-pounds for torque. Some of the other base engine features include variable valve control, a five-speed overdrive transmission, a variable intake manifold, sequential multi-point fuel intake and more.

Nissan Frontier Safety

2018 Nissan FrontierA final area that many drivers want to focus on before buying a new truck is safety. The 2018 safety ratings for the Frontier have improved compared to the 2017 safety ratings. The Frontier received four stars for overall safety from NHTSA. It also earned top honors for three IIHS safety tests. Advanced features now available as standard equipment include rollover-sensing features in the many airbags throughout the cabin, NissanConnect Audio equipment and crumple zones for enhanced safety. The 2018 Frontier also comes with anti-whiplash headrests for all passengers, four-wheel ABS, ventilated disc brakes, a locking tailgate, child safety seat anchors, child door locks in the rear, electronic stability and driveline traction capabilities. Stop by Pinnacle Nissan to test drive the all-new 2018 Nissan Frontier today!

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