Frontier offers a 2.5-L 4-cylinder that delivers the smoothness of a V6. The engine is made out of a lightweight aluminum engine block backed by a massive 152 horsepower and 171 lb-ft of unrelenting torque that translates into brute strength. And that’s exactly what gives Frontier the ability to easily tow your ski boat or a trailer full of quads. Frontier delivers the perfect combination of efficiency and power.
The rear suspension is designed with the leaf springs over — instead of under — the rear axle, resulting in up to 8.7’’ ground clearance at the rear differential.
Frontier’s 15" 6-spoke wheels are both rugged and strong. They are fitted with 235/75R15 General Grabber™ all-season tires, offering a confident ride through a variety of terrains.
The chrome rear bumper and front grille give your Frontier's exterior the durability and agility it needs to reduce nicks and scratches while maintaining its shine.
Made of tough, impact resistant material, this rear spoiler mounts on the lip of the tailgate to enhance aerodynamics for optimal fuel economy.
The two rear seats face forward, or flip up and out of the way to reveal a large open space for cargo.
Under-seat storage helps keep your cabin clean and valuables away from prying eyes.
Power up your laptop or cell phone while simultaneously running a video game through Frontier’s two auxiliary power outlets.
Adjusting Frontier's wiper speed and frequency depending on the amount of precipitation outside has never been easier.
Nissan Advanced Air Bag System includes dual-stage supplemental front air bags with seat belt sensors and an occupant-classification sensor. The inflation rate of these dual-stage air bags adjusts depending on crash severity and seat belt usage.
Built into the front seats, two supplemental air bags offer side-impact protection and move with you as you adjust your seating position.
Frontier features Zone Body Construction with front and rear crumple zones and steel side-door guard beams. A reinforced steel-frame structure helps maintain the integrity of the passenger compartment, while crumple zones absorb crash energy.
Standard on all models is a 4-wheel Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) plus Electronic Brake force Distribution (EBD) that senses additional weight, whether it’s a full cargo bed or a full tank of gas, and sends extra force to the rear brakes.
This feature — sometimes called stability control — continuously monitors your steering and braking actions, senses any oversteer or understeer, and compensates by reducing engine speed and/or applying brake pressure to specific wheels.
TPMS monitors tires for low inflation pressure, which can shorten tire life and reduce the load-carrying capabilities of the vehicle.