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Nissan Announces $995 Pricing For New Frontier Midnight Edition

Nissan announced pricing for the 2018 Frontier Midnight Edition. It’s $995.

The popular Midnight Edition "blackout" component package expands to include the 2018 Frontier mid-size pickup, and it costs $995 for the blackened upgrade. Nissan says the Frontier’s Midnight Edition "blackout" package pricing averages a 45 percent discount versus if customers ordered the content separately.

What do you get with the package?

Frontier Midnight Edition ($995) comes with a Gloss-black grille, 18-inch gloss black aluminum alloy wheels, semi-gloss-black step rails, body-color front and rear bumpers, black outside rearview mirrors and door handles, black badging and available Midnight Edition floor mats. It is available in Crew Cab SV 4x2 and 4x4 automatic transmission models.

Titan and Titan XD trucks also get a Midnight Edition although Nissan will announce pricing in conjunction with their model year 2018 releases. The full-size trucks come with Body color front grille with dark insert, dark headlights, black fog light finishers, black fender louvers (Titan XD only), black outside rearview mirrors and door handles, step rails, black exterior badging, 20-inch black painted aluminum alloy wheels, body-color front and rear bumpers and charcoal interior trim.

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For Titan, the Midnight Edition package is available on Crew Cab SV and SL grade 4x4 and 4x2 models. Titan XD Midnight Editions are offered only on Crew Cab SV and SL grade 4x4 models with a Cummins 5.0L V8 Turbo Diesel engine.

In addition to black, Midnight Editions are also available in a choice of Gun Metal and White exterior colors. The 2018 Nissan Frontier Midnight Edition is beginning to arrive at Nissan dealers nationwide now, with Titan models available later in November and December.

Photo credit: Nissan

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Who would ever thought that some day they would take a truck that has the base model appearance without any chrome, and without any hubcaps or chrome wheels and then charge a premium for it?
Right?! Thanks for reading Cap'n Obvious!