Nissan Frontier Pricing & Reviews

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Remember the classic Nissan Hardbody pickup? That was cool. The truck that replaced it for 1995 was not, so it’s a good thing Nissan introduced it with the vaguely adventurous name Frontier. A 2005 redesign gave the Frontier the design and performance upgrade it desperately needed, and more than a decade later Nissan’s midsize pickup truck was basically the same, inside and out. Overdue for a complete redesign, upgrades kept the Frontier as updated as possible, but the truck’s age cemented its status as a value play while competitors from General Motors, Honda, and Toyota advanced standards in the segment.

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MSRP:
$18,990-$36,800
EPA:
16 CITY / 21 HWY
MSRP:
$18,390-$36,800
EPA:
15 CITY / 21 HWY
2016 Nissan Frontier
MSRP:
$18,290-$36,110
EPA:
15 CITY / 21 HWY
2015 Nissan Frontier
MSRP:
$0-$35,260
EPA:
16 CITY / 21 HWY
2014 Nissan Frontier
MSRP:
$17,990-$34,410
EPA:
16 CITY / 21 HWY
2013 Nissan Frontier
MSRP:
$17,990-$33,790
EPA:
16 CITY / 21 HWY
2012 Nissan Frontier
MSRP:
$19,260-$32,990
EPA:
15 CITY / 20 HWY
2011 Nissan Frontier
MSRP:
$18,200-$32,080
EPA:
15 CITY / 20 HWY
2010 Nissan Frontier
MSRP:
$17,540-$29,820
EPA:
15 CITY / 19 HWY
2009 Nissan Frontier
MSRP:
$17,460-$29,740
EPA:
15 CITY / 19 HWY
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