Nissan has raised the price of Border just over a thousand, and have also increased the delivery price. The 2023 Nissan Frontier will start at $29,190, excluding $1,295 for delivery. Together, the changes raised the price of Nissan mid-size truck close to $1,500, and that was before the dealer’s price hike.
Compared to the 2022 Nissan Frontier, which starts at $27,840 and $1,225 for delivery, the latest Frontier doesn’t seem like it’s profitable. Nissan’s latest midsize sedan has finally hit the $30,000 mark – starting at $30,485, in total.
Since truck design Recently overhauled, this latest model won’t have many exterior upgrades. Nissan is adding a Midnight Edition, to complement the many black trims available in the market.
The Midnight Edition package, which will be available on midsize Frontier SV models with Crew Cab, includes 17-inch black painted alloy wheels, upgraded LED ambient lighting, black badges and trim throughout the interior and exterior. .
The 2023 Nissan Frontier will still be powered by the same 3.8-liter V6 engine as the outgoing model. The V6 still makes 310 horsepower and 281 lb-ft of torque. And the Frontier will still tow up to 6,720 pounds.
The Nissan Frontier will come in the same trims as before: Frontier S, Frontier SV, Frontier PRO-X and Frontier PRO-4X. The base model S and step-up SV are available in the smaller King Cab, while the off-road model is a dedicated four-door truck.
The Frontier PRO-4X is getting a conspicuous upgrade: wireless Apple CarPlay, which I consider a tangible quality of life improvement for many people. But the new Frontier PRO-4X will now start at $40,015 with delivery, compared with last year’s price of $38,595.
In other words, the Nissan Frontier 2023 does not have many changes to warrant a price increase, but prices are increasing throughout the industry due to low raw material supply. These new Frontier prices put the truck higher than its competitors, like Toyota Tacoma and Ford Ranger. Chevrolet The price of . has not been announced yet New Coloradobut in a way, it seems that mid-size trucks are getting more and more expensive and giving way to “input” models like Ford MaverickThere are currently no competitors in the market.