The base S specification is aimed at the workhorse market, but Nissan still adds more features than you usually get in this segment. Standard equipment includes air conditioning, cruise control, remote keyless entry with a push-button start, and an excellent eight-inch infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. This means you don’t need the high-end nine-inch system with navigation, as the integrated smartphone mirroring means that you can navigate using third-party apps instead. The inclusion of forward collision is nice, but we were expecting more from Nissan in terms of standard safety specs, however. Powertrain-wise, the Frontier is in the middle of the pack. It may have the most horses, but some competitors are still better when it comes to towing.
Rear Sonar System, Rear Automatic Braking (RAB), High Beam Assist (HBA), Blind Spot Warning (BSW), Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA), Intelligent Cruise Control (ICC), Lane Departure Warning (LDW)