2022 Nissan Frontier, a New Aggressive Look

In the Asian and European markets, the Nissan Frontier is known as the Navara. Scheduled to debut in the United States in the summer of 2021, the new 2022 Nissan Frontier has a new look.

What is the 2022 Nissan Frontier look like?

The latest version of the Nissan Frontier comes with several exterior changes that appear more aggressive. Give a tough impression to a car that is suitable for off-road terrain.

The most noticeable changes are on the front view. There is a large grille under the hood with the design of a muscular line. There is also a vertical fender that makes this double cabin look bigger and taller.

At the rear, the 2022 Nissan Frontier’s fenders flow across the bumper’s width to give it an athletic feel. While the taillights are made to flow sideways, which gives a wide feel.

How good is 2022 Nissan Frontier?

The 2022 Nissan Frontier uses a 3.8-liter direct-injection V6 engine with 310 horsepower. Frontier has a 9-speed automatic transmission in the rear- or four-wheel drive.

The Ford Ranger competitor has embraced the latest technology in terms of features, including wireless mobile phone charging, NissanConnect with WiFi Hotspot6, and premium audio from Fender available in the PRO-4X / PRO-X variant, as revealed in a press release from Nissan Global (2/4/2021). The car also applies Nissan Intelligent Around View Monitor technology with moving object detection and off-road mode.

There are also two electrical plug holes with up to 400 watts of power to support user activities in the field. It is perfect for charging the battery of a laptop or a drink cooler when you are outdoors.

In terms of safety technology, Navara or Frontier offer the Nissan Safety Shield 360 with automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, blind-spot warning, rear cross-traffic alert, lane departure warning, high beam assist, and exclusive Rear Automatic Braking.

Toby Archer

With experience as an automotive journalist since 2016 in well-known media, Toby has also tested various types of cars and visited world auto shows. He is currently Editor-in-Chief of Hotwheels since early 2020

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