The mid-size truck from Nissan that got released in 2019, that was more affordable and endearing than what one can expect, was the Frontier. It had many aspects packed in a better way, that left not many rivals to overtake its presence. Being one of the smallest pickup trucks offered by Nissan, the 2019 Frontier is at the same the “oldest” among the new cars we get to see on the road today.
At the Salinas Nissan dealership, when we saw the 2019 Nissan Frontier for the first time, we observed that it wears more of a retro look and that gives it a cool demeanor. The basic structure and shape remain the same as that of the yesteryear model that plainly indicates that the Frontier model series is old enough to dictate the terms on road. As observed, Nissan didn’t show any interest in making the lineup look different. So we find the same S, SV, Desert Runner, SL, and Pro-4X trim levels for the 2019 lineup as well. Even now the extended cab comes with the same 6-foot bed and that is standard, while the four-door crew cab with a shorter bed continues to be.
The Look and Feel
The 2019 Nissan Frontier exterior will appear chunky to many in which the fenders are of good girth. The headlights are wide while the bumper is carved with some modern angles. In the Pro-4X and Desert Runner trims Nissan has purposely dialed down the amount of chrome.
Stepping inside, the 2019 Nissan Frontier draws into a sea of plastic that is utilized to make a handful options of storage bins that are scattered all over the cabin to take the burden off from your hands. Overall, what we liked the most about its interior, is its updated features.
Under the hood of the 2019 Nissan Frontier you get an inline-4 engine paired to a 6-speed manual transmission, though one does have the option to go with a 5-speed automatic which is made available by the brand manufacturer. Together, this powertrain can easily make 152 of horsepower and 171 pound-feet of torque, when configured as rear-wheel drive. Nissan also offers a stronger 4.0-liter V-6 engine to boost up the horsepower to 261 hp which is enough to chirp up the strong wheels and tow a weight more than 6,500 pounds. The optional 5-speed automatic is more recommendable that makes a decent acceleration firing off shifts more smoothly than it was predicted.
The real domain of the 2019 Nissan Frontier is its off road capability, in which this pickup truck makes you feel far more surefooted. If you have chosen the V-6 engine option, then every trim of the 2019 Nissan Frontier will be able to tow up to 6,710 pounds, while the inline-4 versions are only able to carry 3,500 pounds.
With all this the Nissan Frontier in its 2019 year model offers a variety of options to carry out your towing or transport business depending upon your needs. To pick the best trim for you, consult the experts at the Nissan Salinas dealership, who would be more than happy to guide you through.