Thursday, February 22, 2024
News Pricing for the Nissan Frontier Jumps $11,000 for 2024

Pricing for the Nissan Frontier Jumps $11,000 for 2024

In 2023, the base Nissan Frontier cost $40,998. For 2024, you'll shell out a minimum of $51,998 for a Nissan Frontier.


  • With fees before taxes, the 2024 is nearly $55,000 to start.

  • There are only two versions of the model.

  • The engine compartment houses a 3.8 L V6 engine.

 


For 2024, Nissan has completely revised its marketing strategy for the Frontier. Whereas there were no fewer than seven versions in the 2023 catalog, there will now be just two for 2024. The Japanese manufacturer has severely trimmed the fat.

2022 Nissan Frontier | Photo: Olivier Delorme

Roughly speaking, Nissan has eliminated the less well-equipped entry-level versions, retaining only two models positioned at the top of the range. Nissan has also eliminated the Frontier King Cab, retaining only the SuperCab.

 

In detail, here are the eliminated versions: Frontier King Cab S, Frontier King Cab with SV Convenience Package, Frontier Double Cab SV, Frontier King Cab Pro-4X, Frontier Double Cab SV Midnight Edition, Frontier Double Cab Privilege Edition. So, Nissan is keeping only the Frontier Cab Pro-4X version, and adding an even more upscale version called Nissan Frontier Double Cab Pro-4X Luxury. Their respective prices are $51,998 and $55,498.

 

For the American market, Nissan is offering no less than 15 versions of the Frontier for 2024, including a basic King Cab version priced at $29,930 US. The catalog also includes a version paying tribute to the Hardbody model, the Frontier’s ancestor.

2024 Nissan Frontier Hardbody | Photo: Nissan

The Nissan Frontier is powered by a 3.8L V6 engine. It develops 310 hp and 281 lb-ft of torque. It is mated to a nine-speed automatic transmission. Only the 4X4 version is available in Canada, while 4X2 versions are also available in the USA.

 

At the time of publication, we were awaiting comments from Nissan Canada’s public relations department.

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