We also get a preview of options and packages.
Way back in February, Nissan unveiled the new Frontier with enhanced safety chops and a mean redesign. It looks like a great alternative to the Ford Ranger and will soon be a rival to the Ranger Raptor too, thanks to a GT-R-powered hardcore model reported to be in development. Production of the regular Frontier began last month in Mississippi and now as the pickup prepares to make its way to dealers across the country, Nissan has released the pricing and basic standard equipment of the various versions of the Frontier. Also included are the pricing and details of some early optional upgrades.
Starting at the bottom, the Nissan Frontier S in King Cab 4x2 configuration will cost $27,840, while the 4x4 version will set you back $31,040. The Crew Cab variants in 4x2 and 4x4 will cost $29,340 and $32,340 respectively. Here, you get a 3.8-liter V6 with 310 horsepower, a seven-inch digital driver display, and smartphone integration through Apple Car Play and Android Auto.
The SV trim adds a six-way power driver's seat, dual power wing mirrors, and a tow/haul mode. 4x2 versions of this model start at $30,540 for the King Cab and $32,140 for the Crew Cab, while 4x4 variants cost $3,200 more in King Cab guise and $3,000 more in Crew Cab configuration.
The SV LWB model is only available as a Crew Cab and features a six-foot bed with under-rail bed lighting and a spray-in bed liner, plus a trailer hitch with two 120-volt outlets. It costs $34,040 as a 4x2 and another $3k on top of that with 4x4.
Nearing the top of the range is the PRO-X with unique interior and exterior design touches, a nine-inch touchscreen infotainment display, a WiFi hotspot, and Bilstein shocks. This will set you back $34,240 but is a strict 4x2, or you could spend $3k more and get the PRO-4X with the addition of a 4x4 drivetrain with an electronic locking rear differential and three steel skidplates. Prices for all trims exclude a destination and handling fee of $1,150.
As a reference, the old 2021 Frontier started at $27,190 for the base version while the top PRO-4X trim was $37,890. The old destination charge was a little higher too, at $1,195.
As for options, the S, SV, and PRO trims have access to the Technology pack at $990. This adds blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert, rear automatic emergency braking, and Nissan's Intelligent Cruise Control. Also available to the SV and PRO trims is the Convenience pack for $1,990. Here you get a spray-in bed liner and under-rail bed lighting, a trailer hitch and two 120-volt outlets, heated wing mirrors, and a heated steering wheel and seats. Finally, the SV and PRO trims have access to a Premium package at $2,790, adding premium leather, a moonroof, and a Fender premium audio upgrade with 10 speakers.