The latest model year of the Nissan Frontier has been completely redesigned, offering Simpsonville drivers more classic Nissan versatility and performance while adding in a sleek new design and a whole set of tech and driver assistance features. Greer drivers with be hard-pressed to find a more impressive midsized truck in the Greenville area. The new Nissan Frontier is available in four trim levels: S, SV, Pro-X, and Pro-4X.

Off-Road-Ready

The new Nissan Frontier doesn't mess around in any realm, offering Forest City drivers ample tech, comfort, performance, and safety. The latest model year of the Nissan Frontier takes particular interest in the off-road realm, though. The Nissan Frontier features two off-road-oriented trims that provide impressive capability for rugged roads. While the base trim level comes outfitted with a 3.8-liter V6 engine and a 9-speed automatic transmission, the Frontier Pro-X adds Bilstein shocks and Pro-X exterior design accents. If you're looking to maximize off-road capability, then the Nissan Frontier Pro-4X is probably for you. The Nissan Frontier Pro-4X includes three skidplates, and off-road suspension, four-wheel drive, and electronic locking rear differential.

Safety Features fit for the Future

The new Nissan Frontier helps ensure that Greer drivers can cruise with increased confidence thanks to a whole set of driver assistance features. While some midsized trucks only offer a few driver assistance features, the Nissan Frontier makes an entire package available. Driver assistance features include lane-departure warning, rear cross traffic alert with automatic braking, automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, and blind-spot monitor. There's also a whole set of separate driver assistance upgrades for drivers to enjoy.

Check out a new Nissan Frontier near Simpsonville

Feel free to contact our dealership to setup a Nissan Frontier test drive! We’re ready to show you all the shiny new features that the latest model year of the Nissan Frontier has to offer.

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