Only minor updates are in store for the 2016 Nissan Frontier. They include three new exterior colors and the availability of a moonroof on crew-cab SV models.
About Nissan Frontier Crew Cab
The 2016 Nissan Frontier is the oldest member of what has recently become a resurgent midsize-truck segment, yet it continues to hold up surprisingly well. With last year's all-new Chevy Colorado and GMC Canyon siblings, and this year's revamp of the venerable Toyota Tacoma, there's no doubt the Frontier faces stiff competition from rivals that offer better fuel economy and fresher amenities. Nevertheless, Nissan's midsize
pickup boasts plenty of grunt when equipped with a V6 engine, a good mix of comfort and capability, and even some features still not available in rivals, including power-adjustable front seats and rear disc brakes (both lacking in the Tacoma) and push-button start (non-existent in the GM twins). Starting at just over $19,000, the Frontier also undercuts rivals in price.