After a long wait the Nissan Frontier, first American of the Nissan Navara that we know around here, it was recently updated with a much more imposing design, a much improved interior and more modern mechanics. A most interesting formula to even put the renewed to the test pick-up off the asphalt.
Nevertheless Nissan It does not have such sporty proposals as Ford’s Raptors and Ram’s TRXs, although it has an alternative that also deserves the attention of off-road and camping lovers and that has the signature of neither more nor less than We are not. And is that the sports division of Nissan, responsible for the GT-R, Z or Juke more performance, has now created a complete range of accessories for the new Frontier designed to enjoy even more outdoor activity.
Higher, stronger and sportier
Enter the accessories that are included in this collection we find luggage racks, hooks on some reinforced bumpers that also have powerful auxiliary off-road lights with 3060 lumens of maximum illumination or a new more sporty stainless steel cat-back exhaust system already available in others House models such as the Titan or the XTerra, although it is unknown if it contributes to improving the performance of the 3.8-liter V6 that equips this Frontier. To all this is also added a lift kit that leaves a greater height pound to the ground and greater suspension travel and other lighting extras.
With a large tent included
However, the greatest lovers of camping in the middle of nature will greatly value the presence of a wide tent with an awning and aluminum steps included to place on the bed -previous installation of a new structure in this area-. As explained, this area can withstand up to 272 kg of occupants, and that the structure it only weighs 60 kg. These and other accessories are already offered on the official website of We are Parts.
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