Published information about the new Nissan FrontierJanuary 16, 2020
This may debut in September 2020.
The next-generation Nissan Frontier is no secret. In March last year, Nissan confirmed that the development of a new generation truck is in full swing, and this cannot happen soon enough for an aging model. We knew that the next Frontier would have a “strong” appearance, but the new data shed light on what this means, along with additional information about the new truck transmission.
Sources said the next Frontier will wear a design similar to that of the larger Titan, and may adopt a modified version of the Titan’s chassis, which will be reduced due to the smaller Frontier. The report also says that Frontier will receive a new 3.8-liter V6 engine. It will replace the 2.5-liter four-cylinder and 4.0-liter V6. The current truck’s gearboxes replaced by a nine-speed automatic transmission would also disappear.
The new engine means that the Frontier must have improved towing and towing ability and fuel economy. According to the publication, the new V6 is more efficient than the previous four-cylinder engine. One source also said that it should produce more than 300 horsepower, which we have already heard about.
The new Frontier should better compete with the Ford Ranger, Toyota Tacoma and Chevy Colorado. The upscale movement could see the departure of the King Cab, leaving only the large four-door version of the Crew Cab. This will be consistent with what other automakers in this segment are doing.
If other rumors turn out to be true, we will be able to see a new frontier in September this year as a 2021 model. However, he most likely will not get to dealerships until February 2021. The last round of rumors and speculation corresponds to most of what we heard about the new truck, including the new engine, new gearboxes and its updated design inside. and out.
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