A 17-year gap between vehicle generations usually means that the nameplate was retired and is being revived, but the Nissan Frontier is the exception to that rule. Since the previous generation debuted in 2005, Nissan has continued to produce its mid-size pickup truck with only light modifications until it added a new V-6 for 2020. For 2022, however, we finally get a redesigned Frontier.

Redesigning any vehicle after that long is going to net huge upgrades, and the new Frontier is predictably a gigantic leap forward versus the outgoing model in almost every way. The more pertinent question is: How does the Frontier shape up against the rest of the competition, which have gotten more consistent generational updates?

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2022 Nissan Frontier Arrives And Has Tacoma Killer Written All Over It

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