From its redesigned exterior and enhanced interior features to its advanced technology and improved performance, discover why the 2024 Frontier is set to be a game-changer in the competitive world of midsize trucks.
A Hardbody Edition plays to nostalgia for the Nissan small pickups’s hayday: the 80’s. It ups the ante with standard heated side mirrors, automatic dimming rearview mirror, Intelligent Cruise Control, Lane Departure Warning, Blind Spot Warning, and Rear Cross Traffic Alert.
Similar to other retro-styled special editions like the Ford Bronco Heritage, the Hardbody utilizes look-alike wheels, similar paint schemes, mudflaps, and other updated accessories from the original.
Base price is up by $620.
Frontier Crew Cab offers a new model: SL. The SL is now the top-level Frontier and includes standard LED headlights, daytime running lights, fog lights, heated side mirrors, automatic dimming rearview mirror, heated front seats, heated steering wheel, remote start, and 120-volt outlets.
Strangely, neither navigation nor the Around View Monitor are offered on the new SL trim.
120-volt household outlet is now also offered in Frontier S models.
NissanConnect Services, including remote starting, door unlock, emergency calling, and more, are still standard on Frontier PRO-X and PRO-4X models, but now come with a three-year free trial subscription. The free period for these services was previously only 6 months.The Midnight Edition is no longer offered.