Nissan Future  

Following a challenging year that impacted the auto industry, Nissan is attempting to make a comeback. So far, the popular automaker is off to a strong start with all the new changes that it has in store for drivers starting in 2021. This year brings some notable new vehicles, including the company's first electric crossover SUV called the Ariya. The company's comeback plan includes introducing several revamped versions of its existing lineup, including an all-new Frontier pickup truck, Z Proto sports car and Pathfinder SUV.

  Nissan's New Era  


More aggressive and muscular styling is a highlight of the Frontier, which unveils a refreshed exterior and some updates to its interior for the 2022 model year. With the latest Frontier, you can now choose between a standard eight-inch touchscreen or upgrade to a larger digital infotainment display with a larger 12.3-inch screen. The Nissan Frontier seats five people. For the first time, it has Zero Gravity seats found in some of Nissan's other vehicles. These special seats have a contoured design and an impressive level of comfort.


The Pathfinder is all-new for the 2022 model year. Upping its rugged look, Nissan now included a full suite of advanced safety aids across the Pathfinder lineup for 2022. The Pathfinder features three-row seating for seven or eight, with easy access to the back row, along with plenty of storage space. It includes a new standard nine-inch touchscreen display with the option of upgrading to a larger 12-inch touchscreen interface. The 2022 Pathfinder also features a nine-speed automatic transmission this year that replaces its previous CVT automatic transmission.


Those seeking an electric vehicle can now get an electric crossover from Nissan called the Ariya. Style and fuel economy are equally accommodated in the Nissan Ariya, a sleek crossover featuring a contemporary exterior design with LED headlights and clean lines. The Ariya, sporting Nissan's updated logo, gives you the option of two different batteries, a 63 kWh battery, and an 87 kWh battery.


Another option for an electric car from Nissan is the Leaf. The Leaf is an electric-powered sedan that seats five individuals comfortably in two rows. With the Nissan Leaf, you'll get updated safety technology this year. Nissan's advanced safety suite, called Safety Shield 360, is now included across the Leaf lineup. The safety package comprises rear automatic braking, rear cross-traffic alert, and automatic emergency braking. Pedestrian detection is standard as well.

Nissan Z Proto Sports Car

The all-new Nissan Z Proto is expected to be powered by a twin-turbo V6 engine producing 400 HP with a 6-speed manual transmission. The Z Proto will have the classic short rear deck, long hood proportions and will feature classic Z styling elements with a modern look, yet immediately will be recognized as the Nissan Z.

Contact our dealership today for the latest updates on Nissan's exciting updates and changes.