2013 Nissan Frontier US pricing announced

Article by Christian Andrei, on March 4, 2013

The 2013 Nissan Frontier, the eighth model year since the launch of the current generation, offers better fuel economy but with a lower price. The Nissan Frontier is the No. 2 model in this segment when it comes to sales. The top spot belongs to the Toyota Tacoma. The midsize truck market will be pleased to know that the base Frontier S King Cab with a four-cylinder and manual transmission is less expensive by $1270 to $18,835.

Meanwhile, the Popular SV Crew Cab is more affordable by $1450 to $24,835. The two-wheel drive V-6 automatic Frontier models are more efficient, getting an EPA rating to 16/22 (from 15/20).

The 4×4 V-6 automatic models also improved, from a rating of 14/19 to 15/21. A 2 mpg highway improvement is reported for the manual two-wheel-drive models while a 1 mpg improvement was seen in the city and highway ratings of the manual 4×4 models.

Expected to make a comeback in 2013 is the Desert Runner package, which combines the styling and suspension hardware from the 4×4 model on a two-wheel-drive model.

It’s actually considered to be Nissan’s version of the Tacoma PreRunner. It’s also good news that navigation is offered on the top-trim SL and the Pro-4X trim with the Luxury Package. The SV, Desert Runner and Pro-4X models are available with a display audio head unit.

For the 2013, there are new color options: Glacier White, Graphite Blue and Cayenne Red. A new rear tailgate spoiler is also available on all 2013 Frontiers.

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