Nissan Frontier Delivers Added Power for 2020
What’s New for the 2020 Nissan Frontier
Drivers have been waiting quite a while to see what happens with the Nissan Frontier for the 2020 model year. Now, we finally have the news everyone has been waiting for, which is that the Frontier will be entering its final year in its current generation, are there are plenty of exciting changes in store for this year’s model.
Nissan unveiled the 2020 Frontier in Chicago just a couple weeks ago, and it may be one of the most capable Frontier models yet.
This is thanks in part to a 3.8-liter V6 engine paired to a new 9-speed automatic transmission. It’s been revealed that these aspects will also carryover to the next generation once it arrives. Due to this change, the Frontier has improved horsepower output by 49 hp.
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New 2020 Frontier Engine
Indeed, the engine in the 2020 model is a new power plant. According to Nissan, 93% of the parts used in crafting the new engine are either new or redesigned. With all these changes, you should notice better acceleration when behind the wheel.
Is the Nissan Frontier Redesigned for 2020?
As far as design changes go, some drivers may have been wondering whether or not the Frontier would see some updated exterior design cues. For 2020, however, we should expect this to remain the same.
We can expect the new generation of the Frontier to see some changes to the overall look of the vehicle, but for 2020, that won’t be the case. And really, we’re OK with that. The Frontier’s design has aged well and still offers a stylish and powerful appearance as we head into 2020.
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