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Join Nissan for the global reveal of the all-new 2022 Frontier and the all-new 2022 Pathfinder.


Nissan NEXT promise of 10 new models in 20 months
Two iconic Nissan nameplates, two all-new bold designs

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Nissan celebrated the global debut of two of its most iconic models in the U.S. – the all-new 2022 Frontier mid-size pickup and all-new 2022 Pathfinder SUV. These new entries in two growing vehicle segments are an important next step in Nissan NEXT, the company's global plan to transform its product lineup as well as its business and company culture. Both vehicles will go on sale this summer.

"Under the Nissan NEXT plan, we promised to introduce 10 new models over 20 months for the U.S. market," said Allyson Witherspoon, Nissan U.S. vice president and chief marketing officer. "Today, we're completing that promise with two of Nissan's most iconic nameplates, the Pathfinder and Frontier. I'm proud to say that the future has never looked brighter for Nissan and our customers."

The 2022 Pathfinder and 2022 Frontier follow the December introductions of the redesigned 2021 Armada and 2021 Kicks. Other new models that are part of the aggressive new product introduction plan include the upcoming all-electric Ariya crossover and a production version of the Z Proto sports car.

The 2022 Nissan Pathfinder
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The all-new 2022 Pathfinder offers a bold, rugged, completely redesigned exterior and a family adventure-ready interior.

A standard 284-horsepower 3.5-liter Direct Injection V6 is matched with an all-new 9-speed transmission for smooth, direct response. Available all-new Intelligent 4WD with 7-position Drive and Terrain Mode Selector helps provide confident driving on- and-off-road, while Pathfinder's best-in-class1 available 6,000-pound maximum towing capacity provides plenty of capability to haul boats and trailers.

The new cabin includes seating for up to eight and a new captain's chairs option. Available technology features include an all-new 10.8-inch Head-up Display, 12.3-inch digital dashboard, ProPILOT Assist with Navi-Link and standard Nissan Safety Shield® 360.

The 2022 Nissan Frontier
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Test drove a pathfinder this weekend. Going to trade up from our 2021 rogue once I find the right one. I'm looking for a 4WD SV with premium package in black. It's insane to me there are so many 2WD pathfinders hitting dealers. I can't imagine paying 45k+ for a SUV that doesn't have 4WD
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What did you think of the 9AT?
We only took it out for about 15 mins up a few exits then back. It was fine..felt like a "normal" SUV compared to the CVT. And I'm not a hater of the CVT like some. I don't love it by any stretch of the imagination but it doesnt bother me either. Pathfinder had good power for it's size and mated with that trans it seems like a good set up. Probably gonna pull the trigger on it once the dealer tracks the right one down. Because of the supply line issues you can't build one currently. Which is unfortunate as I want the black out package that blacks out the V motion grill and doubt I will find that already built.
 
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