New 2019 NissanFrontier SV Truck King Cab

  • VIN: 1N6AD0CW9KN744112
  • Stock: W29488
Fuel Economy
15.0/21.0 mpg City/Hwy
Exterior Color
Arctic Blue
Interior Color
Graphite
Body/Seating
Truck King Cab/4 seats
Transmission
5 speed automatic
Drivetrain
four-wheel
Engine
4.0L V-6 cyl
Nissan Frontier

Highlighted Features

  • Automatic temperature control
  • Wireless phone connectivity
  • Parking sensors
  • Exterior parking camera rear
  • Front dual zone A/C
  • Auto-dimming rearview mirror
  • Split folding rear seat
  • Heated front seats

Included Packages & Options

  • Value Truck Package$1,890
    • Rear View Monitor w/Rear Sonar System
    • Dual Zone Automatic Air Conditioning
    • 2 Additional Speakers
    • Auto-Dimming Mirror w/Compass & Temperature
    • Spray-In Bedliner
    • Utili-Track System
    • Heated Front Seats
    • Fog Lamps
    • Vehicle Security System
    • Sliding Bed Extender
    • Trailer Hitch
    • Leather Steering Wheel
    • Leather Shift Knob
Included Options
  • Floor Mats$160

Detailed Specifications

Dealer Notes

Go off-map with the 2019 Nissan Frontier. There’s a Frontier for every job, with 3 cab options to choose from â€" king cab, crew cab and crew cab long bed. Ideal for securing your cargo, the utili-track channel system consists of five channels â€" four running the length of the pickup bed and one running its width â€" plus four heavy-duty cleats that let you position stable tie-down points practically anywhere. The available streamlined, tubular roof rack can carry up to 125 lbs. and is shaped to reduce wind resistance. The Frontier’s cabin treats you like a VIP, offering a long list of available features such as a power driver’s seat, heated front seats, cruise control, auto-on/off headlights and more. Whether you are towing the weekend toys or carrying out the big jobs, there's an engine to power through your day, from the 2.5L 4-cylinder engine to the 4.0L V6 engine. Both are complemented by either a 6-speed manual transmission or automatic transmission with manual shift mode and 4X4 off-road capability. It also has a range of available features and advanced technology, including active brake unlimited slip, selectable drive modes, and more. Its tough, high-tensile-steel ladder chassis can handle up to 1,460 lbs. of cargo, and the available spray-on protective bedliner means you won’t need to worry about tossing it in gently, not to mention it can tow up to 6,710 lbs. The Frontier offers a range of convenient including navigation, mobile app access, available 5.8in color touchscreen, smartphone integration, USB ports, premium audio system and Bluetooth integration. You’ll also find a comprehensive suite of safety features such as rearview monitor, auto-dimming rearview mirror, vehicle dynamic control and more.

KBB.com Consumer Reviews

Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
Overall4.4Out of 5
  • Better than the new tacoma

    By Sam on Monday, December 11, 2017

    5.0
    Was very surprised at the comfort and power of this truck. It shifts very well as opposed to the new Tacoma which I had but got rid of. I have the Desert runner with the 4.0 V6. Gets great mileage on the highway (24) but around town is about 15. So far I like the truck and the way it handles. Stereo is better than the Toyota and the seats are much more comfortable than the Tacoma as well.
  • 36,000 miles and going strong

    By sdkid on Saturday, March 15, 2008

    5.0
    have owned Nissan pickups since 1984. I purchased an XE model (the 4-cylinder version) in August of 2005, with a bedliner and the Popular package including the sliding rear window, tinted windows, AC, and upgraded stereo. The release of the 2005 model year is a milestone for this series of vehicles. Here's why... Let's start with the frame. This is the toughest frame made for a truck in this size. It is a "junior" version of the same frame used by the Frontiers cousin,the full-size Titan, and it is a huge improvement over the very antiquated frame used by Nissan trucks from 1986.5 through 2004. While that old frame was certainly more car-like, this frame means business. It helps provide increased payload and towing capability over previous models, especially when coupled with the 6 cylinder engine. You get your choice of two different engines within the Frontier line. The 4 cylinder is a tried and true 2.5 liter 155 Horsepower engine that has been used for years in Nissan Altima and Sentra vehicles. It is coupled with a 5 speed manual or a 5 speed automatic. If you require lots of raw power, the 4 cylinder is not the choice for you. It could certainly be described as "gutless" in hard accelerating and has little power to spare for towing or working with heavy loads. On the other hand, you will get good mileage with the 4-banger. In 16,000 miles, gas mileage is solidly in the 22 mpg range with mostly freeway driving in Southern California. I have had only a few fills that gave me less than 22 mpg, and also only a few fills that gave me better than 23 mpg. The 21.1 gallon fuel tank means great range of 400+ miles from each tank. This really met my expectations well. If you need power however, then you really need to step up to the SE or LE line and get the 6 cylinder. The 4.0 liter 6 cylinder powerhouse produces 265 horsepower and compares nicely--to the competitions base 8 cylinder engines. The 6 cylinder from Nissan is paired with a 6 speed manual or a 5 speed automatic transmission. This engine along with a towing package will increase max towing capability to 6,500 pounds. Note--the 4 wheel drive and crew cab versions of this truck only come with the 6 cylinder, as the 4 cylinder would just not have enough ponies. The King cab version of this truck has swing-out rear doors to aid access to the area behind the seat. While there are fold down jump-seats in the rear, it takes a very small person in back, and a very cramped person in front with the front bucket seat slid forward most of the way. As a 6'2" driver, the jump seat behind my seat is never used. The bucket front seats have a very durable cloth covering, and have good firm support for a comfortable ride. These seats will give you all-day comfort. The rest of the interior is average in my XE model. I would love to say better things, but there is a dominating presence of plastic everywhere that may turn off some who want a more refined look and finish. The center console gives you a large storage area along with 2 cup holders. There are two more swing-out cup holders at the rear base of the center console for use by jump seat passengers. Instrumentation is solid and functional with a tach and an assortment of warning lights in an efficient arrangement. There is even a warning light for tire pressure! The CD/Radio with 4 speakers is OK, but don't expect thrilling true-sounding audio from this setup. The dash also features 2 different "glove box" storage compartments. One door swings down, holding the owners manuals. The other storage compartment door actually swings up. I didn't even know it was there for several months, as it simply looks like a covering for the airbag support system. That airbag system is connected to a seat sensor that turns off the passenger airbag if it does not detect an "adult" level of weight in the passenger seat. This is a great safety feature for younger riders. Nissan's commitment to safety is also present in standard 4-wheel anti-lock brakes. There are many accessories for the bed of this great truck. Nissan really pushes the Utilitrack system allowing easily adjustable anchor points for hauling items. I really do not carry cargo often, so I opted for the standard bedliner. You can also get a sprayed-on bedliner coating that is color-matched. All in all, this truck has grown up from it's little cousin predecessors.
  • 4 cylinder engine is doing great

    By Ryan T on Tuesday, November 06, 2012

    5.0
    2012 Frontier SV 2.5L 4 cylinder - More than enough power for the daily commute (80 miles) and lets me drive 490+ miles per tank at 65 mph. Hauls 1,000 pounds in the bed without a problem. 154 horses isn't much but the 170+ foot pounds of torque more than make up for it. The V6 is much faster and quieter but just does not achieve the fuel mileage in town or on the highway as does the L4. Ride and handling are great. Not a fan of 4 cylinder motors but this one will do just fine for light to medium truck duty.
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