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Outdated Nissan Frontier Sticks Around For 2019; Pricing Details

Nissan announced pricing on the 2019 Frontier. The outdated model sticks around other year.

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Frontier enthusiasts will have to wait another year before the new-generation model hits the U.S. market. Nissan just announced pricing on the 2019 model year, and the old model sticks around at the old price. The starting MSRP of $18,9901 is unchanged from 2018, continuing Frontier's reign as "America's most affordable pickup.” It could be one of the best values in America.

Nissan has launched the next-generation Frontier mid-size pick in other global markets, but U.S. fans will have to wait. There are a few upgrades for 2019MY. Enhancements for the 2019 Frontier include the addition of standard 7.0-inch color audio display touchscreen for S and SV grades and expanded availability of the popular Cayenne Red Metallic exterior color.

The 2019 Nissan Frontier is available in both King Cab and Crew Cab body styles and in 4x2 and 4x4 driveline configurations, along with a choice of two powerplants: a 4.0-liter DOHC V6 engine rated at 261 horsepower or a 152-horsepower 2.5-liter inline 4-cylinder engine (King Cab only). Five trim grades are offered: Frontier S (4-cylinder and V6), SV, PRO-4X (4x4 only), Desert Runner (4x2 V6 only) and SL (Crew Cab V6 only).

Nissan today announced U.S. pricing for the 2019 Nissan Frontier mid-size pickup and it continues on in the old-generation form. In spite of showing its age, Frontier offers a comfortable ride, a bed with utility, and legitimate off-road capability. What makes Frontier a good buy for truck buyers, is the price as its the most affordable mid-size truck compared with the Toyota Tacoma, Chevy Colorado, Honda Ridgeline and GMC Colorado. The outdated Frontier is a good value for mid-size truck buyers and is on sale now in Nissan showrooms

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