|Engine Size:||2.5 L|
|Transmission:||Automatic and Manual|
|Drivetrain:||Rear Wheel and Four Wheel|
Though the Nissan Frontier doesn't come with many changes or upgrades for 2017, it continues to deliver plenty of power, solid tow rates and strong capability off road. If you're in the market for a midsize pickup truck, the 2017 Frontier is a top choice.
For consumers seeking choices, a pickup truck is the ultimate pick. With numerous configurations in bed length, body style and trim levels, Nissan's 2017 Frontier can be had however consumers see fit. The Frontier offers a 2017 lineup that features five trim levels – each providing a specifically designed experience of its own.
The base-level S trim, for example, delivers mostly the bare necessities, which is perfect for consumers looking for a simple trick. With it comes basic items, like cruise control, 15-inch steel wheels and manual-adjusting cloth bucket seats. But for consumers wanting a simple truck that provides a bit more, the Frontier's SV trim is the best choice. Wheels are 16-inch alloy, entry is keyless and windows, locks and mirrors are powered. It also comes with a nice list of electronics that increase the overall experience. This list includes:
When consumers want a truck that is off-road ready, the 2017 Frontier Pro-4X delivers serious capabilities. It's equipped with:
The Pro-4X also comes with optional items such as a sliding bed extender and Class IV trailer hitch.
While the Pro-4X is the optimal choice for serious off-roading, it is also a prime pick because of its lengthy list of upscale content that includes:
The main reason to opt for a pickup truck is for its usability in all situations. One truck that scores high in utility is Nissan's 2017 Frontier. This midsize pickup includes all of the essentials, like a clever cargo tie-down system, spray-in bedliner and bed extender. It can also be had in extended-cab (King) or crew-cab body styles with either a 5-foot or 6.1-foot bed length. While content and characteristics like these definitely help make up a truck with strong utility qualities, its engines are what really seal the deal. Nissan' 2017 Frontier comes with either a 2.5-liter four-cylinder (152-hp, 171 pound-feet of torque) or a 4.0-liter six-cylinder (261-hp, 281 pound-feet). Both can be matched with a six-speed manual or five-speed automatic transmission.
So how useful is the Frontier ins terms of muscle power? When properly equipped, the four-cylinder engine can tow up to 3,500 pounds and the V6 as much as 6,500 pounds.
For more information on the 2017 Nisan Frontier, visit our dealership in Uniontown, PA.