The 2022 Frontier is a capable, versatile pickup truck that — thanks to a newly released line of new off-road parts from NISMO — is even more customizable to suit your driving needs in Dixon, Illinois. The automaker presented the current catalog of truck parts designed for off-road adventures at the 2021 Overland Expo West. Here’s a look at the highlights that you can order through Ken Nelson Nissan.
With an output of 3,060 lumens, the NISMO Off Road 4-Inch Lights offer exceptional brightness to light your drives at night.
The NISMO Off Road Overland Bed Rack features a powder-coated-steel construction, modular design, and two configurations: high and low.
To elevate your camping adventures in Illinois, you’ll want the NISMO Off Road Rooftop Tent. It’s easy to set up, and the spacious tent features a thick wall-to-wall mattress. The weather-resistant ripstop polyester canvas helps protect you from the elements, and you’ll feel a fresh breeze through the tent’s mesh panels.
We think you will love the look and sound of the NISMO Off Road Performance Exhaust that boots the robust sound of the 2022 Frontier.
The all-new 2022 Nissan Frontier is available now at Ken Nelson Nissan in Dixon. The 2022 Frontier is a versatile truck that easily takes on the demands of hard work and country living. Plus, its family-friendly amenities make it a comfortable daily driver for you and your passengers.
“It’s an authentic midsize truck with a range of body, drivetrain, and equipment configurations carefully selected to fit customer needs,” said Mike Colleran, senior vice president of Nissan U.S. Marketing and Sales.
Here are a few reasons why we at Ken Nelson Nissan are so excited about the 2022 Frontier.
Refreshed, Rugged Design
The latest Frontier features a refreshed, rugged design that coordinates well with its impressive power. You’ll relish the best-in-class horsepower rating of 310 that makes every journey a thrill. In the back, it offers a six-foot bed and 4×2 or 4×4 configurations.
Frontier’s Driving System
The driving system of the Frontier also offers a nimble performance whether you’re cruising through the countryside or navigating congested city streets in Chicago.
Modern Tech Inside
Inside, the Nissan truck features modern tech such as standard Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ syncing aimed to keep you connected with easy access to your smartphone. Upgrade with NissanConnect® to earn wireless device charging and a Wi-Fi® Hotspot so your connectivity is never compromised.
Standard Intelligent Forward Collision Warning and available Nissan Safety Shield® 360 offers comprehensive protection to help you drive more safely in Dixon, Illinois.
Learn more about the 2022 Nissan Frontier at Ken Nelson Nissan when you visit our dealership for a test drive.
Sometimes when we buy things, we regret it afterward; that is buyer’s remorse. You do not want to feel buyer’s remorse after buying a new car — especially one from Ken Nelson Nissan. One way to avoid that is to buy a vehicle with a high satisfaction rating. Recently, four Nissan models earned best-in-class ratings in the 2021 AutoPacific Vehicle Satisfaction Awards.
These four vehicles include the Nissan Rogue, Armada, Sentra, and Versa — all available at Ken Nelson Nissan. These models have been completely redesigned or thoroughly updated as part of the Nissan NEXT transformation plan.
AutoPacific selects its winners after polling new vehicle owners. This year, the survey included 89,000 owners and covered 36 vehicle attributes like technology, interior comfort, and driving performance.
The Rogue, which was redesigned for 2020, was praised for its spacious cabin, versatile cargo area, and abundant standard safety features. The full-size Nissan Armada comes with updated styling in 2021 and an influx of advanced technology features. This is the third year in a row it has earned the top prize in the Large SUV segment of the AutoPacific VSAs.
As for the Sentra, its affordable pricing is matched by its modern exterior styling. The Versa delivers a lot of “bang for your buck” and was named the most satisfying subcompact sedan for the second consecutive year.
Although we would never recommend playing a video game while driving your Nissan, you might feel like you are in a video game when you ride in a new 2021 Nissan Pathfinder or Rogue at Ken Nelson Nissan.
Why is that? Nissan teamed up with the Bandai Namco Group, the makers of Pac-Man to redesign the sound signals inside some Nisan models — and you can hear the difference.
The Bandai Namco Group’s imaginative sound designers wanted to create sounds that would communicate with drivers in a more musical, organic way, as opposed to the harsher sounds previously used in those SUV models.
“We wanted to make it easier to understand the information in the car and provide an emotional tone so that people feel the Nissan brand,” explained Hiroyuki Suzuki, Nissan’s lead engineer for in-car information sound design.
Like in a video game, the sounds you hear in your Nissan are telling you critical information, for example, one tone pattern will remind you to put on your seatbelt, while another sound tells you your headlights are still on. These new Nissan SUV sounds are much more friendly, which you can hear in the automaker’s video spotlight on the sound creation process.
During the process, Nissan engineers realized the monotone device usually used to emit sounds would not work, so they created a new speaker. These updated Nissan models come with a high-quality speaker underneath the dashboard that is optimized for the new custom sounds.
To hear these new sounds in person, test-drive a Pathfinder or Rogue at Ken Nelson Nissan. If you’re a young parent in Dixon, Illinois, who has a soft spot for childhood nostalgia and care about the safety of your family’s SUV, you’ll enjoy owning these Nissan models.
Designed to optimize utility, the 2022 Nissan Pathfinder® delivers more of what families on the go need. It’ll arrive soon at Ken Nelson Nissan in Dixon, Illinois, so here’s a spotlight on what you can expect from this SUV.
Starting with an increase in total interior volume (164.6 cubic feet compared to last year’s 154), the 2022 Pathfinder also offers new features including seating for eight passengers, available captain’s chairs, and accommodations for two car seats in the third row and three units in the second row.
“We closely analyzed every angle to make this vehicle as versatile as possible, while also delivering on rugged capability,” said Jared Haslam, vice president of Product and Services Planning for Nissan U.S. and Canada. “Our goal was to turn Pathfinder into a multi-tool on wheels – making this the go-to SUV for hard-working, adventurous families.”
The 2022 Nissan Pathfinder offers best-in-class front seat legroom of 44.3 inches. And, third row passengers won’t struggle to reach their seats thanks to the Nissan EZ FLEX® one-touch seating. Once seated, they will appreciate the 46.7 inches of hip room, which makes that third row feel spacious. This reflects an increase of nearly 5 inches over previous Pathfinder models.
Convenient and concealed cargo space afforded by the new luggage box increases from 33.3 liters to 54.1 liters in the 2022 Pathfinder. For items you need access to during the drive, the 2022 Pathfinder features a new storage shelf located on top of the glove compartment. Thanks to 16 beverage holders placed throughout the cabin, you and your passengers can stay adequately hydrated on long journeys.
Contact Ken Nelson Nissan in Dixon, Illinois, to learn more about the 2022 Nissan Pathfinder.