The 2014 Nissan Frontier is a compact pickup truck to midsize features offered in long-term trends and the staff at the front of the body. The King Cab models come with fold-down rear jump seats and a 6.1-foot cargo bed, while the crew earlier versions of the fullness of its 60/40-split bench and make the same selection of the 5-foot or optional 6.1-foot bed. The 2014 Nissan Frontier levels five color available: S, Sv, Desert Runner, Pro-4x and SL.
On two-wheel-drive (2WD) The CAB with a manual transmission, entry-level S trim level includes 15-inch steel wheels, rear privacy glass, front bucket seats Upholstery material. Automatic motion-equipped S King CAB also with air-conditioning, cruise control, steering wheel audio controls, Bluetooth phone communications, and a four-speaker sound system with CD player and auxiliary input; these can be added to the version of the manual on the S preferred package. Currently, S crew CAB add V6 engine, 16-inch steel wheels, i went to the rear window and the six audio-speaker as standard.
He entered the 2014 Nissan Frontier Sv trim level gets you all of the above, including the 16-inch wheels alloy, entry keyless, full power accessories, tilt wheel, its Adjustable, satellite radio with a 4.3-inch color display, a USB / iPod integration, satellite radio and one of the 12 volt power fast. The Sv options include Value Truck package that adds fog lights, the rear parking sensors, rear-view camera, a go to bed extender, Adjustable cargo tie-in, i-ride Class IV trailer, an auto-dimming rearview mirror and, two-zone climate control the use of heated front seats, two more speakers on King CAB. Desert Runner builds a list of equipment and Sv, adding special external and interior styling, fog lights, Bilstein shock absorbers, off-road wheels and an eight way manual driver seat. I Sv Value equipment package is available for the Frontier Desert Runner.
For serious off-readers, there is only a four-wheel-Pro-4x, which features off-road tires and Bilstein shocks and off the difference in the rear, under-body skid plates, and the use of its leather-wrapped wheel, trip computer, a first-aid kit and a packet SV Value Truck, trailer hitch and a bed extender. 2014 Nissan Frontier Pro-4x crew CAB and an 10-speaker Rockford Fosgate audio. The Pro 4x Luxury package adds a sunroof, roof rack cross bars, heated mirrors, leather Upholstery, Adjustable power front seats, a armrest rear center seat, Bluetooth Connectivity for audio, navigation system, voice control, a smartphone app integration and hands-free text messages.
The 2014 Nissan Frontier SL loses color-road-oriented machines off the Pro-4x but are most things in Nissan Frontier Pro-4x Luxury without the sunroof package, which is available as an option. Additional standard features include 18″ wheels and a variety of easy steps and side access to the front. I ride trailer and a bed extender remain optional on the 2014 Nissan Frontier SL.
2014 Nissan Frontier Interior
Inside, the 2014 Nissan Frontier you will find a good balance between comfort and help. Various management and dashboard compartment in the Frontier basic and functional. Plastics hollow interior feel, however, and some fail to provide control difficult, the answer to the question you can expect strong in the truck. Modern tech features such as Bluetooth audio connection and a smartphone app integration are available, but they should pony up for a pregnant Pro-4x or SL model for them. King CAB indicating the doors of the rear-hinged to install open to reveal a pair of fold-down jump seats that really only useful for occasional short trip because of their seat-backs and legroom is limited to vertical. The chair’s crew built a more hospitable, although it is still not the whole day very comfortable because of the angle of the right of the seat-backs, low-down seat cushions and a lack of legroom.
When it comes to carrying cargo, the Frontier gets top marks. To look not leave things out in the open bed, chairs and built in both body styles again to build a safe storage area. As far as the bed itself is concerned, this version of the 6.1-foot standard on King CAB also available on the CAB crew is the way to go if you’re serious at conception. I found movable tie-in and sliding bed extender offering added flexibility when needed.
2014 Nissan Frontier Engine
The 2014 Nissan Frontier is offered with a choice of two engines. Extended-S and Sv models come standard with the 2.5-liter 4 cylinder good for 152 horsepower and 171 pound-feet of torque. A manual five-speed and rear-wheel drive are standard, with an automatic five-speed is optional. EPA-estimated fuel economy with the transmission of the book and 21 MPG combined 19 MPG combined (17/23) with the automatic. Options for the extended Sv standard and all the other models is a 4.0-liter V-6 engine that produces the 261 hp and 281 LB-ft of torque. 2014 Nissan Frontier LS, SV and 2014 Nissan Frontier Pro-4x can be had with a standard six-speed manual or optional five-speed automatic, while the Desert Runner and SL are automatic only. In performance testing, an automatic-equipped 2014 Nissan Frontier Pro-4x crew went from zero to 60 Mph in 8.2 seconds, which makes it a little bit less Tacoma likeness.
Without special Desert Runner and Pro-4x models, the V6 Frontier gives you a choice of rear-or four-wheel drive. The Frontier uses the 4WD part-time and low-range transfer case. Automatic 4WD models hill start assist control and hill descent, while the Pro-4x has a locking rear difference. The Nissan Frontier EPA-estimated fuel economy for 2014 is 19 MPG combined (16/22) a manual-shift 4X2 V6 models, and the ratings drop to 18 MPG combined (16/21) with 4WD. Automatic-equipped V6 combined rate of 18 boundaries (16/22) with rear-wheel drive and 17 combined (15/21) with 4WD. Well-equipped, four-cylinder model can be claimed up to 3,500 pounds, while the V6 versions can be ordered as much 6,500 pounds.
2014 Nissan Frontier Safety
2014 Nissan Frontier comes standard with anti-lock disc brakes, stability control, front-seat side airbag and full-length side curtain airbag. Also standard is a brake-activated limited-slip difference. Rear sensors and rear-view camera parking is available across all boundaries, except S and Desert Runner models. In brake testing, 2014 Nissan Frontier Pro-4x a stop from 60 Mph in 134 feet, the average distance to the road-oriented off the truck and all-terrain tires. The Frontier received the top rating of the best moderate overlap with the machines, side-impact and roof tests conducted by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. Its design seat / head restraint was given the second highest rating “Average” Whiplash protection in rear impacts the back.