2018 Nissan Frontier Starts at $19,965

2018 Nissan Frontier f-r II

The Nissan Frontier will see small price increases across its lineup for model-year 2018. That's fitting, since there are relatively few changes to the aging mid-size pickup truck scheduled for a model-year 2019 redesign. Expectations about quality and capability for the 2019 model are high, especially since the platform will be shared with Mercedes-Benz, which is putting out a global mid-size pickup called the X-Class for 2018.

You can expect 2018 Frontiers to increase in price between $200 to $600 over 2017 models, but there will be a new trim in the Frontier lineup in the form of a Midnight Edition (available late fall) along with more standard features. For 2018, a backup camera (what Nissan calls the RearView Monitor) is standard across the lineup as is air conditioning, cruise control, Bluetooth smartphone connectivity, a 5-inch color display for audio and Siri Eyes Free.

The new Midnight Edition be offered as a crew cab with the 4.0-liter V-6 and automatic transmission in the SV trim; it can be ordered with a 4x4 or 4x2 drivetrain and in three colors (Magnetic Black, Gun Metallic and Glacier White).

Here's the pricing breakdown, including destination:

 

2018 Two-Wheel-Drive Frontiers

S King Cab: inline-four-cylinder, five-speed manual; $19,965

S King Cab: inline-four-cylinder, five-speed automatic; $23,385

S Crew Cab: V-6, six-speed manual; $25,275

S Crew Cab: V-6, five-speed automatic; $26,325

SV King Cab: inline-four-cylinder, five-speed manual; $24,185

SV King Cab: inline-four-cylinder, five-speed automatic; $25,235

SV King Cab: V-6, five-speed automatic; $25,945

SV Crew Cab SWB: V-6, five-speed automatic; $27,075

SV Crew Cab LWB: V-6, five-speed automatic, $29,685

SL Crew Cab: V-6, five-speed automatic: $34,285

Desert Runner King Cab: V-6, five-speed automatic; $26,625

Desert Runner Crew Cab: V-6, five-speed automatic; $28,055

 

2018 Four-Wheel-Drive Frontiers

S Crew Cab: V-6, five-speed automatic; $29,815

SV King Cab: V-6, five-speed automatic; $28,835

SV Crew Cab SWB: V-6, five-speed automatic; $30,265

SV Crew Cab LWB: V-6, five-speed automatic; $30,685

SV Crew Cab: V-6, six-speed manual; $33,105

SL Crew Cab: V-6, five-speed automatic; $37,125

Pro-4X King Cab: V-6, five-speed automatic; $33,755

Pro-4X Crew Cab: V-6, six-speed manual; $33,465

Pro-4X Crew Cab: V-6, five-speed automatic; $34,515

 

Manufacturer images

 

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Comments

@papa jim--I got a I-370 crew cab with heated leather seats, tow package, fog lights, auto dim rear view mirror, 4 wheel drive, cruise control, intermittent wipers, and a few other things for 21k brand new (MSRP was over 31k). Yes they were discounting the Isuzu s heavily and the original truck I was interested in was an extended cab with an auto transmission but it got sold and the salesman called me and told me. I looked at their inventory on line and noticed the I-370 which was the only crew cab they had in stock which was black. No one had even test drove it with 5 miles on the odometer (I put about 10 miles on it test driving it). Not crazy about black but it was too nice a truck to pass up so I asked for another salesperson and started negotiating at the dealership after I test drove it. Final I ask for the owner of the dealership and negotiated with him. 10k off was not a bad deal with a few extras thrown in. I have had the Isuzu for over 9 years with no problems. Real good truck in the snow and the heated seats are nice in the winter. I knew before hand it was the exact same truck as the Colorado and Canyon. I added chrome steps on both sides, tonneau cover, front and rear mud flaps, bed liner, and a bed extender. It is a real sharp looking and nice driving truck but the black color requires more attention. I put paint sealer on it along with my other vehicles once a year.

@papa jim--And yes I had my check book in hand and wrote the owner a check on the spot. He was happy to get the check and the truck off the lot since he was switching to another brand and the truck had been sitting on his lot for months.

@papa jim--And yes I had my check book in hand and wrote the owner a check on the spot. He was happy to get the check and the truck off the lot since he was switching to another brand and the truck had been sitting on his lot for months.



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