We wouldn't mind it coming to America.
Nissan plans to study the case for a racy off-road version of the Navara pickup, in the vein of the Ford Ranger Raptor. That could lead to a hot Frontier for the U.S.
You're brand new car is going to lose a ton of value right when you drive it off the lot, right? Turns out, that may not always be the case.
These midsize trucks are very similar on paper.
The 2.3-liter EcoBoost should be pretty good. But what else might Ford throw under the hood?
Nissan is looking at gaps in its product portfolio that could be filled with trucks and off-road SUVs.
Nobody wants to experience buyers' remorse, and that's especially true when dealing with something as expensive as a brand-new car.
Out of the 11 trucks that were tested, only one has "good" headlights.
Maybe if the midsize pickup market gets big enough, we could see a new Ranger and Frontier.
We're not even getting a new Frontier soon, let alone a resurrected SUV from the same platform.
Last August, Nissan shook the truck world when it officially announced plans to source a diesel option from Cummins for its long-overdue Titan replacement, its full-size pickup that's slated to drop this January at the Detroit Auto Show. The 5.0-liter V8 turbodiesel is expected to make somewhere around 300 horsepower and north of 500 pound-feet of torque. This combination of an all-new truck with this new powerplant promises to dramatically change the competitive landscape, splitting the differe
UPDATE: Statement from Nissan added, below.
A reader of the Phillippine site Autoindustriya.com sent in what appear to be naked spy photos of the pickup that Nissan recently teased first in photo then in video. The shots, one taken from the front and one from the back, have been found on the Nissan Navara Club Thailand forum. The details in the two photos, one from the front and one from the back, match up with the details we can make out from the teaser video, lending credence to the idea that this is indeed the next Nissan Navara, which
It was just yesterday that we were presented with our first teaser image of Nissan's new midsize pickup, ahead of its June 11 debut. Today, we have video of what is most likely the next-generation Frontier.
Nissan is recalling its Frontier pickup over fire concerns, according to a National Highway Traffic Safety Administration bulletin. A total of 13,535 vehicles are being recalled, all from the 2012 to 2014 model years, built between November 28, 2012 and December 27, 2013.
The 2014 Chicago Auto Show is proving to be a surprisingly big show for alternative fuels. The Chevrolet Silverado HD pickups are getting a compressed natural gas option and the refreshed BMW X3 is receiving a diesel engine, as is the German automaker's 7 Series. You can add one more oil burner to the mix, at least in concept form: Nissan has released its Frontier Diesel Runner Powered by Cummins with a 2.8-liter, four-cylinder turbodiesel engine and an eight-speed automatic transmission from ZF
A couple years ago, Nissan created a series of commercials for its compact Frontier pickup showing the truck performing outlandish stunts such as snowboarding, saving a passenger airplane from a crash landing and climbing a steep sand dune to help a stranded dune buggy. As crazy as the first two commercials were, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) took issue with the latter, titled Hill Climb, with the agency considering it to be a misleading commercial since both vehicles required a cable to re