Updated pickup Nissan Frontier/Navara appear in September 2020?April 8, 2019
The current generation of Japanese pickup has been on the market for 15 years. The mid-size Frontier / Navara will not be available until September 2020. A car should go on sale as a pickup 2021 model year.
Reports of the appearance of the long-awaited receiver of the current Nissan Frontier, which is also known by the name Navara is actually a bit, and we know that work on the next generation is in full swing. At the same time, this does not at all mean that we will see a new version of the car in the near future, since the new report from the foreign publication Automotive News indicates that it will not be very soon.
Unsolved sources familiar with this issue told the publication that the updated mid-size Frontier / Navara will not be available until September 2020. And in the sale of the car should arrive as a pickup 2021 model year.
Little is known about the new generation of the Japanese pickup truck, but the report of the publication mentions some of the “serious” changes that relate to the appearance and engine line. It is reported that although the design will be more modern than the aging model that is currently available, the workhorse will still look very much like a truck: “It still looks like what the guy would like from his truck.”
With regard to changes in the motor range, it is believed that the Frontier / Navara 2021 will use the newly developed V6 engine, producing somewhere in the region of 300 horsepower, which will be transmitted to the wheels through a 7-speed automatic transmission. Keep in mind that the next generation of the pickup will not be completely new, because instead of switching to the Navara Nissan platform, the current F-Alpha cargo platform will simply be updated.
Not so long ago, our publication wrote that Nissan will cease to release Versa hatchback after 2019.
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