Nissan Announces Pricing for 2024 Frontier

Chris Teague
by Chris Teague

nissan announces pricing for 2024 frontier

The Nissan Frontier finally got the overhaul it needed in 2022 and has received generally positive reviews despite the fact that it’s not as refined or advanced as its rivals. As it stares down a 2024 model year in which all of its competitors are newer and more attractive, the Frontier is getting a new Hardbody Edition that piles on nostalgia and a few feature upgrades to some trims. Nissan also released pricing, which starts at a reasonable $29,770 before destination and taxes.

The Frontier King Cab 4x2 starts below $30,000, while the most expensive SV King Cab reaches $35,670. The Crew Cab model starts at $31,070 and reaches $42,640 for the top SL Crew Cab. Nissan’s Hardbody Edition is available for the SV Crew Cab 4x4 trim, bringing 17-inch heritage-style wheels, retro decals, all-terrain tires, black exterior trim pieces, and a sport bar.

While the Frontier offers great flexibility and two body styles, its ride quality and interior refinement aren’t on par with the latest offerings from GM, Toyota, and Ford. The Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon recently got updates that made them more advanced and usable, and the Ford Ranger and Toyota Tacoma are entering 2024 as all-new models. 

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  • IH_Fever IH_Fever on Sep 14, 2023

    The frontier is a solid, relatively affordable, small TRUCK. Body on frame, V6, NA, simple transportation. Yes yes I know it's too big, it's a mid size, blah blah. If I didn't need the extra capacity of a full size I'd buy one of these over a Tacoma (which I used to have).

  • Jeff Jeff on Sep 14, 2023

    I concur with all the above comments. Non turbo V-6, offers King Cab (extended cab), affordable price compared to the competition, and simpler and less complicated than the competition. This is my favorite of all NIssan products and if I were buying another midsize truck the Frontier would be at the top of my list.

  • Sobhuza Trooper Sobhuza Trooper on Sep 15, 2023

    The Frontier is meant to be a practical pickup truck first.

    • El scotto El scotto on Sep 15, 2023

      That's crazy talk! As I find my boots for casual Friday in cubicle land.

  • CoastieLenn CoastieLenn on Sep 18, 2023

    I want that hardbody package one sooo bad.