Video: Nissan Frontier wants to break out of relegation zone among pickup trucks |  video

Video: Nissan Frontier wants to break out of relegation zone among pickup trucks | video


Produced in Córdoba (Argentina), the truck hits stores in the second half of April in no less than six versions: s ($230,197), LIKE ($258,590), attack ($263,648), X NO ($278,942), platinum (BRL 314,590) and Pro-4X (BRL 314,590).

In more expensive versions, Lift up it offers automatic emergency braking (which can detect two vehicles ahead), blind spot sensors, cross traffic alert and tire pressure monitoring. The Pro-4X still gets the use of all-terrain tires and differential lock.

All have a 2.3 liter diesel engine. 190 hp and 45.9 kgfm, and a new Arla 32 tank to reduce environmental pollution. The automatic transmission has seven speeds.

Cheaper versions use the same engine, but turbo and exhaust 163 hp of strength and 43 kgfm of torque. In this case, the transmission can be a six-speed manual or a seven-speed automatic.

Nissan wants more popularity in 2022. Last year, Frontier was the “runner-up” in the list of mid-size pickups, with 11,816 units sold.

That number was enough to beat modern and dated Volkswagen Amarok (7,894) and touch Mitsubishi L200 (13,157). Watch the video for more demonstrations.

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