2022 Nissan Frontier Pricing Set to Start below $30,000

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Photo credit: Nissan
  • Nissan has revealed full pricing information for the 2022 Frontier, and the cheapest S King Cab 4x2 model will start at $29,015.

  • The bigger Crew Cab starts at $30,515 for the S Crew Cab 4x2, and can go up to $38,415 for the starting price of the Pro-4X off-roader.

  • The Frontier will go on sale starting in September.

We just drove the new 2022 Nissan Frontier, and we found it to be a sharper and more modern truck that maintains the familiar capability of its predecessor. Now Nissan has released pricing information for the 2022 Frontier, giving us a sense of what consumers will have to fork over when the the truck goes on sale soon.

Photo credit: Nissan
Photo credit: Nissan

The cheapest version of Nissan’s new mid-size pickup is the Frontier S King Cab 4x2, which starts at $29,015. The extended cab setup, featuring rear-hinged, half-sized rear doors, can be had on the S and SV trim levels, with the SV King Cab 4x2 starting at $31,715. Four-wheel-drive is an additional $3200 on both trims, and all King Cab models come with a six-foot bed.

The Frontier will also come as a crew cab with full-length rear doors, and the most affordable is the S Crew Cab 4x2, starting at $30,515. The Crew Cab also offers an SV model with two wheelbase lengths—the SV Crew Cab 4x2 SWB starts at $33,315 while the long-wheelbase variant is an additional $1900. The range-topper is the off-road-focused Pro-4X, starting at $38,415, although a new two-wheel-drive Pro-X can be had for $35,415. All Crew Cab models use a five-foot bed except the SV LWB, which has a six-footer, and four-wheel-drive is an extra $3000 on Crew Cab models.

The Nissan looks to be be more expensive than its competitors when we're talking about base models. The cheapest 2022 Chevrolet Colorado starts at $26,395, the 2021 Ford Ranger XL costs just $26,015, and the 2021 Toyota Tacoma SR undercuts the Frontier at $27,615. Both the Colorado and Tacoma can get pricier than the Frontier if you opt for the off-road versions, but the Pro-4X splits the milder Colorado Z71 and Tacoma TRD Off Road—the Chevy starts at $39,195 (for a crew cab, short box, four-wheel-drive Z71) and the Toyota starts at $36,915 (for a Double Cab, five-foot bed, manual TRD Off Road). The Frontier will face off against the Chevy and the Toyota when it goes on sale in September.

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