2014 Nissan Frontier, Xterra Priced
Nissan has released pricing for the 2014 Frontier and Xterra, both of which are on sale nationwide. Both vehicles include updates for the new model year, including new packages, updated exterior features, and technology to offer good performance and utility. The 2014 Nissan Frontier offers an updated SV VTP package that now includes heated front seats, new wheel designs on both the 16-inch and 18-inch options, and a manual sliding rear window is now standard on all Crew Cab models, except for the base S model. New standard features also include Bluetooth, manual air conditioning, cruise control, and steering wheel controls. A Bluetooth microphone and upgraded audio system are also standard on all S models, excluding the King Cab S with the manual transmission.If the 2014 Nissan Xterra is more your style, you'll enjoy new wheel designs on the S and PRO-4X models, along with new paint for the grille and underguard. Bluetooth, steering wheel controls, and a sunglass holder have been added as standard features on both the X and S models. Heated cloth seats are now standard on PRO-4X models, while heated leather seats are available. NissanConnect has been updated for all models, and the audio system in the X model has been upgraded as well.Nissan offers the Frontier in two body styles, the King Cab and Crew Cab, both of which are available with either a 4X2 or 4X4 drivetrain. Five models are available for each body style, including the S, SV, PRO-4X, Desert Runner, and SL. Pricing starts at $17,990 and ranges up to $34,170, before the $860 destination charge. For the Xterra, Nisan only offers it in three models, the X, S, and PRO-4X, which starts at $23,110 and tops out at $31,090 before the $860 destination charge. Source: Nissan
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