The Nissan Frontier and Xterra have seen very few changes over the years, and that will continue into 2015. Despite the lack of a full overhaul, though they look like they belong in the late 1990s, the midsize pickup and SUV are getting a handful of updates for 2015. On top of the small updates is slightly revised pricing for the new model year.
The 2015 Frontier’s changes include a standard moonroof on all SL long-wheelbase models, standard NissanConnect with Navigation and Mobile Apps on all PRO-4X models, standard NissanConnect with Mobile Apps and a five-inch display on all SV and Dessert Runner trims, and a new Blue Metallic exterior hue. In its King Cab variety, the 2015 Frontier will start at $17,990 for the two-wheel-drive S model and top out at $31,750 for the PRO-4X with an auto transmission. With the Crew Cab, the Frontier will base at $22,700 for the S with two-wheel drive and cap off with the four-wheel-drive SL long-wheelbase model at $35,260.
The 2015 Xterra sees fewer changes, as they are limited to only the S trim level getting standard NissanConnect with Mobile Apps and a five-inch color screen, a USB connection, Bluetooth, streaming audio and SiriusXM, and a new SolarFlare Yellow exterior color option.
The 2015 Xterra will start out at $23,660 for the two-wheel-drive X trim level and top out at $31,640 for the four-wheel-drive PRO-4X model with an automatic transmission.
To date, there are no known plans in place for Nissan to release a next-generation Frontier or Xterra, but rumors point toward new models in the near future.