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The Most Common Nissan Frontier/Navara Symbols

These are the most common dashboard symbols that you will see in your Nissan Frontier/Navara. Click on one to see more information or scroll further down to see the link to the owner's manual where you can find even more symbols.

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About the Frontier/Navara

The Nissan Frontier is the North American market name for what most markets around the world know as the Nissan Navara, and in some cases even the Nissan NP300. It was first launched back in 1985 as the D21 series model, which carried a slew of other names including the rather interesting Nissan Hardbody.

The first proper generation of Nissan Frontier trucks was launched in 1997 and called the D22. The second generation arrived in 2004, and the third in 2014. The latest version comes in 4 trim levels: S, SV, Pro-X, and Pro-4X. The base-level model starts under $30,000, and the top-level model at just over $38,000, making it a very affordable option even when you opt for the higher trim levels.

The Frontier is currently powered by a 3.8L V6 engine outputting up to 310-hp and 281 lb-ft of torque. Past models have offered entry-level engines at 2.5L with 4 cylinders, and there have always been many diesel options available in most markets.

Those who need the truck for off-road applications find the Pro-4X model the most ideal, armed with 4WD, strong acceleration, precise steering and other features the latest generations have been furnished with by Nissan.

It can only tow up to 6720-lbs, with a maximum payload capacity of 1610-lbs, neither of which are class-leading. Other models like the Jeep Gladiator and GMC Canyon offer better towing and payload capabilities. The Frontier gets up to 18-mpg in the city, and 24-mpg on the highway.

The latest versions have a vastly upgraded interior, offering improved materials, a larger infotainment display, Nissan’s famous “Zero Gravity” seats, plentiful interior storage and a generally more contemporary feel. Nissan understood well that it’s no longer necessary for even the most rugged off-road trucks to lack the creature comforts of luxury SUVs.