The end of this year is enlivened with news that the Nissan Frontier 2023 will slide gallantly on the market. Nissan’s company made the best decision by updating its old Frontier. Intrigued by the renovation that will be done? Stay tuned for the following reviews!
Nissan Frontier 2023 Remodeled Lively and Manly
You should hear the good news that this Japanese-made medium-sized truck will be overhauled after the D40 series since last 2004. This means that it’s been fifteen years to stay with existing designs! This time the Frontier will come out boldly, seen from the large grille on the front with a sculpted hood, dual branch DRL headlamps, and the bold fenders. The rear haunches of this truck seem to emphasize the stability of the posture with the sliding rear window that looks dashing, LED rear, and the presence of a shark fin antenna.
Meanwhile, even though the interior is still based on the previous generation’s version, the small details will still be updated. The dashboard layout has the same driving orientation as the previous generation which doesn’t mean it’s bad at all.
Like other cars in this modern era, the Frontier will emphasize its comfort and connectivity features. Controlled by the ProPilot2.0 steering assistance system, your stress-free journey will be safe with based navigation, pedestrian detection, and speed limit alerts, high beam lighting, and rear traffic alerts. Not only have the interior and exterior designs been carefully overhauled, but other features were also taken into account so that this truck will be even more comfortable to drive, namely the presence of the latest iDrive feature.
Under the Hood
Although many say that the Frontier will be a total redesign, some aspects are expected to continue to be updated. Rather than being based on the global Navara medium truck design, Frontier will revise the F-Alpha platform. The Navara is indeed a smaller truck than the Frontier, so it will cost more price and more resources to re-engineer its small-sized platform. Behind all of that, this revised version of the design requires a significant investment for the sake of boosting the marketing of its products to the United States market.
For this reason, some substantial efforts appear to have been made by this Japanese automaker, for example by offering complete road quality steering, lightening of the body so that it saves fuel, agility on off-road terrain, and many more.
The powertrains will be introduced as a 310-horsepower 3.8-liter V6 that would be the main engine. Prepared to be launched in February, Frontier will come with a new spare part composition up to 93 percent. Its ability will produce 281 lb-ft of torque which increases power up to 49 hp when compared to the old engine.
Planned to be offered at MY2022, this Nissan variant will compete with even the best-selling Ford Ranger, the Toyota Tacoma, Jeep Gladiator, and friends. Wouldn’t the medium truck lineup be more colorful with the presence of this nimble Nissan Frontier 2023?