On Thursday, Nissan presented a double-barreled debut, when both the and greeted the world.
The long-awaited midsize Frontier replaces the old truck that’s been on sale since 2005. The new truck’s engine actuallyand it’s a peach, producing 310 horsepower and 281 pound-feet of torque, mated to a nine-speed automatic transmission. The new truck looks to get some smart technology upgrades, with a modern and more robust infotainment system, and a sharp appearance. Driver’s aids see a huge bump as well.
As for the Pathfinder, it isn’t quite as long in the tooth, but it’s still been in need of an update. The current, fourth-generation crossover has fallen way behind the smaller Nissan Rogue in sales and has been a back-of-the-pack competitor with three-row SUVs from Honda, Hyundai, Kia, Subaru, Toyota and more.
You can watch the debut (or rewatch it) by clicking on the video above, then be sure to check out our deep-dive articles on both the newand models, as well as our , which now features the former.