The 2013 Nissan Frontier compact pickup truck has just been introduced with a few minor changes to pricing, fuel efficiency, and features. This year, the Frontier is better than ever and one of the best values for any sort of vehicle.
The 2013 Nissan Frontier sports some changes to its aerodynamic profile that improve fuel economy by 1 to 2 MPG across all models with the exception of the four-cylinder, two-wheel drive model (which still returns 23 MPG highway). These improvements are realized through the use of a front, chin spoiler; a seal between the cab and bed; a rear, tailgate spoiler; and the use of higher strength engine internals with reduced friction.
New to all models are the Glacier White, Graphite Blue, and Cayenne Red paint colors along with sliding adjustable sun-visors. New standard features for the SL models and higher are dual-zone auto climate control, rear back-up sonar sensors, and a RearView Monitor System. Customers who opt for the SL with the PRO-4X Luxury Package can check a box for the integrated navigation system. PRO-4X and SV models get the Display Audio package which is an upgraded infotainment center while all SV models get Bluetooth connectivity.
All said, the new Frontier is a better deal than ever before with more standard equipment and options. There is even a new model, the Desert Runner, which has been specifically designed with off-road cruising in mind. Be sure to stop by Nissan of Clinton to check out the great new Frontier along with our other fuel efficient and versatile vehicles.