With relatively few changes to the model-year 2017 lineup — due in large part to a significant redesign coming for model-year 2018 — prices for the 2017 Nissan Frontier have risen by just a few hundred dollars. See the chart below for specifics.
The Frontier has been a strong seller this year, up 65 percent in September sales and on pace to sell almost 50 percent more units by year end than in 2015. And this is happening at a time when many truckmakers are taking precautions against overproduction.
Nissan will continue to offer two cab configurations (King and crew), two engines (an inline four-cylinder and a V-6), three transmissions (five- and six-speed manuals, and a five-speed automatic) and five trim packages (S, SV, Desert Runner, SL and Pro-4X).
The only change to the Frontier's 2017 lineup is the addition of an S Work Truck Package that offers a spray-in bedliner, bedrail caps, mud flaps, rubber floormats and a body-colored rear bumper. Pricing below does not include the $940 destination fee.