2019 Nissan Frontier Review (2023)

The 2019 Nissan Frontier marks a milestone: The compact pickup truck has been on sale since 2004, without too many major changes. None for 2019 in fact, after a big year in 2018, when it added air conditioning, cruise control, Bluetooth, and a rearview camera to the base S model. Modern active-safety features, such as automatic emergency braking or even blind-spot monitors, aren’t available on any Frontier.

The 2019 Frontier is a basic pickup for those who don’t need more. It’s a rear-wheel-drive truck with available four-wheel drive. There are two engines, either challenged or robust, take your pick. The 2.5-liter 4-cylinder carries a big burden, making a marginal 152 horsepower and 171 pound-feet of torque. The 4.0-liter V-6 with 261 horsepower and 281 pound-feet better handles the workload and is more popular.

The 4-cylinder engine would make more sense if there were a simple work truck version with a bench seat to carry three people—but there isn’t, only an extended cab called King Cab. It mates with either a 5-speed manual gearbox or 5-speed automatic transmission. We’re not sure why the automatic costs nearly $4,000 more than the manual in the base S model, but it’s not worth it, especially not in a truck like this.

The V-6 comes as King or four-door Crew Cab, and offers either a manual 6-speed transmission of the 5-speed automatic.

The King Cab has a cargo bed that measures a tad over six feet, at 73.3 inches, and second-row jump seats that are reached through rear-hinged half doors that can only open when the front doors are open. Crew Cab models get four conventional doors, a regular rear bench, and either a short (59.5-inch) bed or the longer (73.3-inch) version.

Ground clearance of nearly 9 inches helps make the Frontier competent off the road. Two of the five models focus on that ability. The rear-wheel-drive Desert Runner has a raised suspension with Bilstein shock absorbers and oversize all-terrain tires. The four-wheel-drive PRO-4X includes a transfer case and electric locking rear differential, making it even more capable.

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Fuel economy is relatively poor. The 4-cylinder with rear-wheel-drive and the manual gearbox is EPA-rated at 19/23 mpg City/Highway, or 21 mpg Combined – comparable to some full-size V-8 pickups. The expensive automatic drops the mileage to 17/22/19 mpg.

With V-6 power, rear-drive, and 6-speed manual, the Frontier is EPA-rated at 16/22 mpg City/Highway, or 19 mpg Combined. This time the automatic raises the highway figure to 23 mpg. The four-wheel-drive manual is EPA-rated at 16/21 mpg City/Highway, or 18 mpg Combined. The automatic manages only 15/21/17 mpg.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration gives a three-star rating (out of five) for the frontal crash-test. No side-impact testing has been performed. Rollover resistance (a calculated figure) is only three-star for rear-drive models, but four stars with four-wheel drive.

Crash-testing by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety was a bit better, but not much. Both body styles scored Marginal on the small-overlap frontal-crash test for the driver’s side, but moderate-overlap and side-impact scores were Good. Head restraints were deemed Acceptable, but headlights Poor.

Model Lineup

Frontier pickups come in five trim levels: S, SV, Desert Runner, SL, and PRO-4X. As the vehicle hasn’t changed for 2019, neither has the price.

Frontier S King Cab ($18,990) comes with manual or automatic ($22,660), extended-cab body, 4-cylinder engine, rear-wheel drive, rear jump seats, manual windows and locks, air conditioning, rearview camera, 7.0-inch display screen, Bluetooth, and 15-inch steel wheels. (Prices are MSRP and do not include the destination charge.)

Frontier SV King Cab ($23,460) comes with manual or automatic ($24,510), 4-cylinder engine, and adds power windows, locks, and mirrors, plus tinted windows and 16-inch alloy wheels. A Value Truck package goes further: dual-zone climate control, better audio, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, spray-in bedliner, parking sensors, and heated seats.

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Frontier SV King Cab V-6 automatic ($25,220) includes the V-6 engine and 5-speed automatic. Frontier SV King Cab 4×4 automatic ($28,110) gets the V-6 and four-wheel drive.

Crew Cab versions are available with four conventional doors and rear bench, plus V-6 engine in Frontier S Crew Cab manual ($24,550), S Crew Cab 4×4 Automatic ($29,900), SV Crew Cab Automatic ($26,350), SV Crew Cab 4×4 manual ($32,380) and automatic ($29,540). A Midnight Edition option package for SV Crew Cab models spruces up the body with black wheels and trim.

Frontier SV Crew Cab Long Bed automatic ($28,960) gets a long cargo bed and V-6 as does the SV Crew Cab Long Bed 4×4 automatic ($29,960).

Frontier SL Crew Cab automatic ($33,560) has V-6, power front seats, leather upholstery, heated seats, navigation, and 5.8-inch touchscreen audio with navigation. Also available: SL Crew Cab 4×4 automatic ($36,400); SL Crew Cab Long Bed 4×4 automatic ($36,800).

Desert Runner King Cab automatic ($25,900) includes the V-6, rear-wheel drive, raised suspension, Bilstein shocks, and 16-inch tires. Desert Runner Crew Cab Automatic ($27,330) is similar to Desert Runner King Cab but with four conventional doors, V-6, and rear-drive.

PRO-4X King Cab 4×4 Automatic ($33,030) comes with V-6 engine, four-wheel drive, transfer case, and locking rear differential. PRO-4X Crew Cab 4×4 is available with manual ($32,740) or automatic ($33,790) with four conventional doors, V-6 engine, and four-wheel drive.

Exterior

One thing you can say about the Frontier is that it looks familiar. It looks like trucks used to look. It might be a long-lived look, but it’s a good one. We wish there weren’t so much chrome, because that detracts from the character, but we like the flared wheel wells that make it suitably tough.

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Adding to the ruggedness, the front bumper curves inward for better approach angles to climb over things like rocks or steep embankments.

PRO-4X and Desert Runner versions cut back on the chrome, while the Midnight Edition package for SV adds black exterior accents and black 18-inch alloy wheels. That’s the best-looking Frontier.

A roof rack can enhance utility, but looks like an afterthought and increases wind noise.

Interior

If the blocky exterior feels comfortable because it’s old, the blocky interior just feels dated. It’s laid out in a sometimes confusing way, and the cabin is stocked with lots of plastic trim.

The controls are simple, and the audio controls sit high. The optional Rockford Fosgate stereo system gets a small 5.8-inch touchscreen. The standard infotainment system is okay, although its components are behind the times, with small displays and lack of Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility.

The comfort of the front seats is average. They’re fine around town, but lack support for longer trips. In S and SV models, they’re thickly padded but lack full adjustment. Upper versions add a height-adjustable driver’s seat, so visibility is good.

Adults can’t fit in the jump seats in King Cab models, while kids will have to live with thin padding and upright backrests. It takes a Crew Cab to carry four or five adults.

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Driving Impressions

Given its age, there isn’t much mechanical refinement to the Frontier. It tries, but doesn’t like it. The 4-cylinder is loud and often overwhelmed. Acceleration with the V-6 is brisk, but it’s an unpolished engine that growls and vibrates.

Both manual gearboxes work well, although the throws of the shift lever are long. You might like that; more reminders that it’s a throwback truck. Clutch feel is satisfying.

The 5-speed automatic transmission is good, with firm and predictable shifts that aren’t troubled by searching for the next gear. It can be difficult to maintain momentum with the 4-cylinder engine using an automatic, but the V-6 delivers strong power during two-lane passing.

Even by pickup-truck standards, the ride tends to bouncy and busy; this choppiness is one product of a fairly short wheelbase. Constant corrections are often needed during highway driving.

The steering is firm, handling relatively nimble, and the body lean controlled. Still, the Frontier doesn’t like being pushed hard on curvy roads.

Final Word

The Frontier family has some expensive members, and V-6 trucks have a lot of grunt. But if you’re comfortable with the character of an old-school pickup, and don’t want to spend a penny more than $20,000, the 2019 Nissan Frontier S might be for you. Who needs power windows in a pickup truck?

FAQs

Is a 2019 Nissan Frontier a good truck? ›

Is the 2019 Nissan Frontier a Good Used Truck? Yes, the 2019 Nissan Frontier is a fine option if you're shopping for a bare-bones used pickup truck. The Frontier has respectable payload and towing capacities, easy-to-use features, a comfortable ride on road, and impressive capability off road.

How long will a 2019 Nissan Frontier last? ›

You can expect at least 100,000 miles from a Nissan Frontier. If you drive an average of 10,000 to 15,000 miles a year, you can get about 7.5 to 10 years from Nissan Frontier. The Nissan Frontier can last longer with good maintenance and proper care.

What year Nissan Frontiers had transmission problems? ›

When the second-generation Frontier was introduced in 2005, it did face some transmission issues. Apparently, coolant can leak into the transmission. This was caused by a radiator leak, and it affected Nissan trucks from 2005 until 2008. If your Nissan truck is impacted by this problem, its transmission can fail.

How reliable are Nissan Frontiers? ›

“The Nissan Frontier Reliability Rating is 4.0 out of 5.0, which ranks it 1st out of 7 for midsize trucks. The average annual repair cost is $470 which means it has lower than average ownership costs.

Are Frontiers as good as Tacomas? ›

The Frontier has more payload at 1,230 lbs, which is 97 lbs more than the Tacoma; but the Toyota's 6,400-lb towing capacity beats the 6,260 lbs the Frontier can pull. And then there's price: As tested here, our 2021 Tacoma is $2,962 more, and it'll be even higher if you get a 2022.

Is a Nissan Frontier as good as a Toyota Tacoma? ›

Our Verdict

Nissan greatly improved the Frontier for the 2022 model year. While the pickup truck isn't the best option in the class, it's a better choice than the Tacoma. It offers nearly the same towing capacity, a more powerful V6 engine that's standard, more tech features, and more spacious back seats.

Is Nissan Frontier better than Ford Ranger? ›

With its 3.8L V6, the 2022 Frontier became the most powerful midsize pickup on the market; at 310 hp, it bests the 270 hp made by the Ranger's turbocharged 2.3L four-cylinder engine. But it's torque that does the real work, and the boosted Ford doles out 310 lb-ft versus the Nissan's 281.

Are there any recalls on a 2019 Nissan Frontier? ›

The lack of an image in the back-up camera display increases the risk of a crash. Nissan will notify owners in phases, having dealers update the back-up camera settings software, free of charge. The recall began November 11, 2019 and all affected VINs should be activated.

Do Nissan Frontiers have good engines? ›

2023 Nissan Frontier Performance Review. The 2023 Nissan Frontier has a powerful engine and well-rounded handling, but it lacks a more fuel-efficient powertrain option, and it can't tow as much as some rivals can.

Are Nissan Frontiers cheap to insure? ›

MoneyGeek found that the Nissan Frontier costs an average of $1,120 per year to insure. Nissan Frontier insurance costs less per year than the national average, making it inexpensive to insure.

How many miles do Nissan transmissions last? ›

If you are still under the Manufacturer's Powertrain Warranty (5 years, 60,000 miles) or an Extended CVT Warranty from the Manufacturer (10 years, 120,000 miles), Nissan should replace or repair your transmission free of charge.

Do Nissan Frontiers hold their value? ›

According to MotorTrend, the 2022 Nissan Frontier is expected to only retain about 58 percent of its resale value over five years of typical ownership. This means that the Frontier has one of the worst resale values out of every truck available. The Frontier is in the top three options that lose the most value.

Which is better Nissan Frontier or Chevy Colorado? ›

The 2022 Nissan Frontier is a far better pickup truck than before. Compared to the Colorado, it has more available safety features and has a nicer interior. But the Frontier falls behind in nearly every other respect. It's a stylish, modern pickup, but doesn't have the powertrains to match the Colorado.

Is the Nissan Frontier a good pickup? ›

A stout V6 engine and a nice blend of handling and ride quality help make it pleasant to drive, and while maximum towing and payload capacities aren't phenomenal, they're decent for a compact pickup truck. Additionally, this Nissan looks good inside, and the front seats are supremely comfortable.

Is Tacoma more reliable than Frontier? ›

According to Consumer Reports, the 2021 Nissan Frontier has a reliability rating of three out of five, which is average. But Consumer Reports also listed a predicted reliability rating of three out of five for the 2021 Toyota Tacoma. So, this won't do! We can't leave you with a tie score.

Do Nissan Frontiers have transmission problems? ›

Nissan Titan and Frontier: Transmission Complaints. Owners of 2020–2021 Nissan Titan and Nissan Frontier vehicles have reported poor shifting, hesitation, jerking and lurching because of an alleged defect in Nissan's 9-speed automatic transmission.

What is the most reliable midsize truck? ›

The most reliable midsize truck is the Honda Ridgeline with a 8.6 out of 10 reliability score. The Toyota Tacoma is the second most reliable midsize truck with a rating of 8.5 out of 10. The average reliability score for the midsize truck category is 8.1, with 2 models scoring above average for reliability.

What truck is best for travel? ›

6 Great Trucks For Summer Road Trips
  • F-150 Hybrid | Ford.
  • Toyota Tundra | Toyota.
  • The 2022 Ford Maverick | Ford.
  • 2022 Hyundai Santa Cruz | Hyundai Motor America.
  • 2022 Honda Ridgeline | Honda.
  • 2022 Ram 1500 | Stellantis.
16 May 2022

What year of Nissan Frontier is best? ›

Here's The Short Answer To What The Best And Worst Years For The Nissan Frontier Are: The best Nissan Frontier models ever made are the 1999, 2019, and 2022 model years. On the other hand, the worst Nissan Frontier models ever made are the 2005, 2006, and 2007 model years.

What is the most common problem with a Nissan Frontier? ›

Nissan Frontier Problems: 16 Common Issues (Explained)
  • Radiator Leaks and Transmission Failures.
  • Electrical System Issues.
  • Issues with the Truck's Drivetrain.
  • The Truck Engine Does Not Start, or it Stalls.
  • The Timing Chain Tensioner Fails.
  • Powertrain Problems and Transmissions with Eight Speeds.
  • Problems with Braking.
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Is Nissan Frontier made by Ford? ›

The 2022 Nissan Frontier is the third-generation compact pickup truck from Nissan and the first new version since 2005.

Which is better Nissan Frontier or Titan? ›

The 2021 Nissan Frontier seats around four to five passengers, while the Titan can seat up to six. The Nissan Frontier also comes with a V6 engine, while the Titan comes with a V8. Although the Nissan Titan may have the better V8 engine, the engine on the Frontier performs better.

Why the Ford Ranger is better than Toyota Tacoma? ›

On the one hand, the Tacoma has been around longer and its base models are well equipped compared to rivals. On the other hand, the Ranger is quicker to accelerate and has appealing maximum towing and hauling capabilities. Overall, the Tacoma is likely a better choice for the majority of used-car shoppers.

Is the Nissan Frontier fuel efficient? ›

Is the 2022 Nissan Frontier fuel efficient? The answer is yes! The Nissan Frontier gas mileage maxes out at 18 mpg city and 24 mpg highway*, but this number will vary slightly depending on which configuration you choose.

Is Nissan Frontier V-6 a good engine? ›

The V6 motor is reliable and gets around 17 miles per gallon in the city and 23 miles per gallon on the highway. It is notoriously easy to drive and has a smooth ride.

Who makes the Frontier engine? ›

The Frontier inherits Nissan's new naturally aspirated 3.8-liter V-6, which made its debut on the last-generation 2020 model. The engine generates 310 horsepower and 281 pound-feet of torque. It pairs with a nine-speed automatic transmission and rear- or four-wheel drive.

Which pickup has the best engine? ›

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What does Nissan Frontier compare to? ›

The Nissan Frontier has a number of competitors. These include trucks like the Chevy Colorado, Ford Ranger, and Toyota Tacoma. There are also other trucks such as the Honda Ridgeline that shoppers may be considering. The 2022 Nissan Frontier offers one key feature over these vehicles though.

Are Nissan Frontiers made in Japan? ›

Where Are Nissan Trucks Made? The Nissan Titan, Nissan Titan XD, and the Nissan Frontier are assembled in Canton, Mississippi.

Is Nissan Frontier affected by chip shortage? ›

With Nissan set to reach out to owners by the beginning of November, we think the stop-sale order for the Titan and Frontier will last quite a long time. Because of the chip shortage and the problems automakers are having obtaining parts, owners and consumers could be looking at a long wait before the issue is fixed.

Are 4x4 cheaper to insure? ›

Is 4x4 insurance more expensive than regular car insurance? Yes, four-wheel drives tend to be placed in higher insurance groups because of their sheer size and weight. This is because they can cause a lot of damage if they're involved in an accident.

Is Nissan a durable car? ›

Nissan's RepairPal reliability rating is 4.0 out of 5.0, which ranks it 9th out of 32 for all car brands, based on an average across 345 unique models. The average annual repair cost for a Nissan is $500, compared to $652 across all car models.

Do newer Nissans have transmission problems? ›

Which Nissan Models Are Affected? Nissan CVT transmission problems are common throughout a wide variety of Nissan vehicles. Broadly, anyone owning a Nissan vehicle with a defective CVT transmission may be able to seek compensation from Nissan.

Will Nissan replace my transmission for free? ›

Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent. Yes! Nissan's five-year/60,000 mile powertrain warranty includes the car's transmission—so you should absolutely have a dealership look at it before you pay for the repair out of pocket.

Does Nissan have lifetime warranty on transmission? ›

5-year / 60,000-mile limited powertrain warranty—This warranty covers the Nissan vehicle's major systems, such as the transmission, engine, and drive systems, original to the vehicle or supplied by Nissan.

What brand of truck breaks down the most? ›

  • Chevrolet Silverado. There have been many ups and downs for Silverado, and a long span of nine problematic model years doesn't have to mean all of them are bad. ...
  • Ford F-150. The Ford F-150 continues to be America's best-selling truck. ...
  • Ram 1500. ...
  • Toyota Tundra. ...
  • Honda Ridgeline. ...
  • Nissan Titan. ...
  • Chevrolet Colorado. ...
  • Nissan Frontier.

What model of Nissan is most reliable? ›

According to Consumer Reports, here are the most reliable Nissan models for the 2021 year: Nissan Murano – This popular crossover SUV is the perfect size for growing families. Nissan Altima – The classic Altima sedan is a reliable, basic family car.

Is a Toyota better than a Nissan? ›

Even where Toyota comes out on top, Nissan is usually not far behind. That being said, Toyota does come out as a better all-around brand, while Nissan tends to perform better as more of a specialized manufacturer for people looking for sportier vehicles or innovative SUVs.

Which pickup truck has best quality? ›

The highest-quality large heavy-duty pickup truck of 2022 is the Chevrolet Silverado HD. It comes in 2500 and 3500 series models; the latter can handle up to 36,000 pounds of towing capacity and 7,442 pounds of payload capacity when the truck is properly configured and equipped.

Is Chevy more reliable than Nissan? ›

Comparing long-term reliability, Nissan is also your best choice. In the 2018 Consumer Reports Car Brands Reliability survey, Nissan shot up two spots from 2016 to take the 11th slot. Chevrolet dropped down three slots to 18th.

Is the Colorado bigger than the Frontier? ›

The 2022 Nissan Frontier and 2022 Chevrolet Colorado have advantages and strengths, but both get the job done with a minimum of fuss.
...
Which One is Right for Me?
2022 Nissan Frontier2022 Chevrolet Colorado
Width73.0-74.7 inches74.3 inches
Height71.6-72.9 inches70.4-70.7 inches
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20 Sept 2021

What pickup has the least problems? ›

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  • Toyota Tundra.
  • Ram 1500.
  • Nissan Titan.
  • Honda Ridgeline.
  • Chevrolet Colorado.
  • Ford Ranger.
  • Chevrolet Silverado 1500 LD.
  • Nissan Frontier.
5 Dec 2021

Do Nissan Frontiers last long? ›

You can expect at least 100,000 miles from a Nissan Frontier. If you drive an average of 10,000 to 15,000 miles a year, you can get about 7.5 to 10 years from Nissan Frontier. The Nissan Frontier can last longer with good maintenance and proper care.

What is the best pickup of all time? ›

Ranking The 20 Best Pickups Of All Time
  • 8/20 1946 Dodge Power Wagon.
  • 7/20 1951 Ford F1.
  • 6/20 1967 Chevy C10 Fleetside C/K.
  • 5/20 1958 Chevy Cameo.
  • 4/20 1960 Chevy Apache.
  • 3/20 1948 Ford F-100.
  • 2/20 1973 Chevy C30 One-Ton Dually.
  • 1/20 1999 Ford F-150 Lightning.
15 Aug 2018

Where does Nissan Frontier rank in reliability? ›

Nissan Frontier Reliability

This is what they have to say in total: “The Nissan Frontier Reliability Rating is 4.0 out of 5.0, which ranks it 1st out of 7 for midsize trucks.

Where is the Nissan Frontier made? ›

CANTON, Miss.

– Nissan today affirms its commitment to vehicle manufacturing in Mississippi with the official start of production of the all-new 2022 Nissan Frontier at Canton Vehicle Assembly Plant, underscoring the company's more than six decades of truck expertise in the U.S.

Is Tundra or Tacoma better? ›

When it comes down to it, the Tundra is larger, more powerful, and more expensive than the Tacoma. If you plan on towing or hauling large loads regularly, consider the Tundra. If you need an everyday vehicle at a more affordable price, think about the Tacoma.

Which is a better truck The Ford Ranger or the Nissan Frontier? ›

With its 3.8L V6, the 2022 Frontier became the most powerful midsize pickup on the market; at 310 hp, it bests the 270 hp made by the Ranger's turbocharged 2.3L four-cylinder engine.

What truck breaks down most? ›

  • Chevrolet Silverado. There have been many ups and downs for Silverado, and a long span of nine problematic model years doesn't have to mean all of them are bad. ...
  • Ford F-150. The Ford F-150 continues to be America's best-selling truck. ...
  • Ram 1500. ...
  • Toyota Tundra. ...
  • Honda Ridgeline. ...
  • Nissan Titan. ...
  • Chevrolet Colorado. ...
  • Nissan Frontier.

Which pickup truck brand is most reliable? ›

  • These Reliable Trucks Will Last for the Long Haul. Pickup trucks have grown from utilitarian work vehicles into many owners' primary transportation. ...
  • 2022 Ford F-150. ...
  • 2022 Honda Ridgeline. ...
  • 2022 GMC Canyon. ...
  • 2022 Toyota Tacoma. ...
  • 2022 Chevrolet Colorado. ...
  • 2022 Chevrolet Silverado 1500. ...
  • 2022 GMC Sierra 1500.
31 Aug 2022

Are Nissan Frontiers good on gas? ›

The 2022 Nissan Frontier gets an EPA-estimated 18 mpg city and 24 mpg highway* and features a 21-gallon fuel tank, so you can make fewer stops at gas stations.

What is the number 1 truck to buy? ›

Most popular truck in America: full-size pickup
Full-Size Pickup2021 Sales (proj.)2019 Sales
1. Ford F-Series pickup720,000 Units580,000 Units
2. Ram pickup540,000 Units416,000 Units
3. Chevrolet Silverado pickup520,000 Units395,000 Units
4. GMC Sierra pickup236,000 Units162,000 Units
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What is the number 1 reliable truck? ›

The Ford F-150 is known for its reliability and toughness and has been the best-selling truck in the United States for over 40 years. The 2015 F-150 underwent a revolutionary redesign in 2015 that set a new benchmark in the industry.

What is the number 1 rated pickup truck? ›

Full Size Pickup Trucks
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  • #2 2023 Ford F-150. ...
  • #3 2022 GMC Sierra 1500.

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