Enduring models upgraded with the latest tech

The Frontier is mainly a overhaul of this incoming version, which was first launched in 2005, and carries within the 310 hp 3.8-liter V6 and 9-speed transmission that were introduced annually .

The interior is entirely fresh and outfitted with an updated infotainment system Nissan’s zero-gravity comfort seats and four USB ports. A 9-inch touchscreen screen, WiFi hotspot, wireless charging pad along with a 360-degree bird’s-eye-view camera using an off-road style are one of the available choices.

The Frontier is going to be offered in four levels which have a new Pro-X that unites the off-road effects and rocky appearance, slide plates and locking rear differential of this Pro-4X 4×4 using a two-wheel-drivetrain, which has a 6,720-pound tow rating and 1,610-pound payload capability in non-Pro-X versions.

Forward collision warning is standard on all Frontiers and Nissan’s Safety Shield 360 driver assist package with automatic emergency brakes, lane-keeping assist and other functions is optional throughout the lineup. Adaptive cruise control can also be added to a number of versions.

The Pathfinder is a dramatic reboot. It remains a leading – or – all-wheel-drive crossover utility vehicle, but gets a boxier body which Nissan says is a”yield to rocky” meant to evoke earlier truck-based Pathfinders and contains three slots tucked to the top of the grille which are a callback into the ones on the very front of the first Pathfinder’s hood.

The three-row Pathfinder is bigger than the former production and comes standard with eight-passenger seats and enough cargo room behind the third row to match four golf bags. A seven-passenger design using a detachable second-row console is optional.

The inside represents a large step upward in refinement, with a wrapped and stitched dash, heated and cooled front seats, heated second-row chairs, tri-zone climate control, a digital instrument cluster and a 10.2-inch head-up screen all from the offing.

The Pathfinder proceeds to use a 284 hp V6, but switches out of a shiftless CVT transmission into some 9-speed automatic due to customer feedback which Nissan says supplies better uphill functionality and helps deliver a 6,000-pound tow rating.

The top of the line Pathfinder Platinum adds a Navi-link attribute to the system that uses the navigation system to find out the prevailing rate limit and automatically adjusts the speed of the automobile to match, with all the driver able to dial in some variant.

Costs for the Frontier and Pathfinder will be announced closer to if they go on sale .