Hello everyone Rob Melloy from Melloy Nissan here. I’m happy to announce the wait is over, and it’s been a long wait. The current model Nissan Pickup, or Nissan Frontier has been around since 2005 we all love this truck but agree the time for a total makeover has come. Meet the All-New Nissan pickup the NP300 to be exact. I’m 100 % positive that this vehicle will take the place of the current Nissan Frontier in the States. I’m also 100 % positive that this pickup will still be called the Nissan Frontier. Meet the New Nissan Frontier:
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The suspense has been a rather long suspense for me as I’ve waited many years to see a fresh new version of Nissan Pickup Truck series, and i’ll be honest that wait has paid off. I love the look of this truck. The vehicle looks Nissan, and stands out from other manufactures pickup lines. I can’t wait to see this truck in person! I’ll keep everyone posted as to when these bad boys will be on sale at Melloy Nissan. Below I have posted the original article from http://www.carscoops.com on this sleek new pickup. Thumbs up to Nissan this truck is a home run in my books. Remember when you contact me at Melloy Nissan you save! See our vehicle selection today! See my selection of Nissan Vehicles Here is the original article from carscoops.com
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Following a series of teasers, Nissan has finally revealed the all-new Navara (known as theFrontier in North America), the 12th generation of its pickup truck. Nissan says the new vehicle boasts a “highly competitive fuel economy, improved acceleration and easier operation, a more rigid and durable frame, as well as modern yet tough and strong design.” Nissan says the new Navara achieves lower overall running costs thanks to more fuel-efficient engines and a reduction in body mass. Design-wise, the new Navara looks sleeker thanks to a new front end featuring the “V-motion” motif and including an imposing chrome grille, redesigned headlights with LED daytime running lights and chrome contours for the fog lights.
When viewed from the side, the Navara features a smooth silhouette thanks to the high beltline and blacked B-pillar, while the door section’s convex and concave surfaces along with the bulged wheel arches convey power. Finally, two new color choices, Savannah Yellow and The Earth Bronze, are designed specifically for the new Navara.
Nissan says the roof is placed lower than before, ground clearance is higher, while the loading area is larger. The Navara will be offered with a wide range of body types and powertrain options, through narrow- and wide-body type, king and double cab models, as well as all-wheel drive and two-wheel drive types.
On the inside, the Navara features a redesigned dashboard including easy-to-read dials and a multifunction steering wheel, along with aluminum-like finish on the center cluster and console and stitches on the seats.
The new Nissan Navara will be offered with improved versions of the 2.5-liter 4-cylinder diesel engine and 2.5-liter 4-cylinder gasoline engine. The former is available is two states of tune, 161hp and 188hp, with a maximum torque of 403Nm (297 lb-ft) and 450Nm (332 lb-ft), respectively.
According to Nissan, fuel economy has been improved as much as 11 percent over the previous model. Transmission options include a seven-speed automatic and a six-speed manual.