Nissan Uncovers Prices for 2014 Xterra and Frontier
Nissan has revealed prices for two of its utility models, the 2014 Xterra and Frontier, both of which get some updates for 2014.
The Xterra receives a starting price of $23,100, about $60 more expensive than previous year. New for 2014, the Xterra now provides 16-inch aluminum alloy wheels for S and PRO-4X grades, hyper silver paint for the grille and under guard, push-button HVAC controls for X grade versions, standard heated cloth seats in PRO-4x versions and the availability of heated leather seats for the PRO-4x version.
Notably, the SUV still uses a body-on-frame setup along with a 4.0-liter V6 motor that provides 262 hp and 282 lb-ft of torque, the same engine and frame used by the Frontier.
For 2014, the Frontier midsize pickup truck has also got a host of small enhancements, though its base price stays the same at $17,980. The enhancements feature heated front seats in the SV-VTP grade truck, a manual sliding rear window as standard on crew cab vehicles, a regular heated-cloth seat on PRO-4X versions, enhanced Nissan Connect infotainment system and cruise control, air conditioning, steering wheel controls, Bluetooth and sunglass holder added as regular equipment on S versions.
On the expensive side of both models, the 2014 Xterra will top out at $31,080, while a fully equipped Frontier will cost $34,160.