The most affordable pickup truck on sale today will soldier on for 2019 with the same pricing it had in 2018, according to Nissan. The 2019 Frontier mid-size pickup, currently on sale at dealerships nationwide, will be priced from $19,985 including destination fees. While holding the line on price, Nissan added content for 2019: a standard 7-inch color touchscreen on the S and SV trim levels, for one thing. The popular Cayenne Red paint also will be available on more models.
Nissan will continue offering the popular Midnight Edition Package, which includes a gloss-black grille; 18-inch gloss-black wheels; semigloss black step rails; black badging, mirrors and handles; and body-color bumpers. The Midnight Edition is available only on the automatic-transmission SV crew cab in 4x2 or 4x4 configurations with a choice of three colors: Magnetic Black, Gun Metallic or Glacier White.
The rest of the Frontier lineup carries over unchanged, and why not? Nissan still sells plenty of the aging Frontier, which is due for a redesign — we've seen spy photos but not much else so far. The Nissan Frontier is pretty much the only original-sized small pickup on the market now that the Toyota Tacoma and GM's Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon have grown.
As before, the Frontier will come in 4x2 or 4x4 configurations, in either King-Cab or crew-cab styles. Two powertrains will also carry over: the 152-horsepower, 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine (only available in the King Cab) or the 261-hp, 4.0-liter V-6. As before, five trims will be offered: S, SV, Pro-4X, Desert Runner and SL.
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