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Nissan Frontier grows strong in Latin America

Nissan Frontier, the brand's most iconic pick-up, posted a positive sales closing for fiscal year 2017 in Latin America by achieving more than 35.300 units delivered, with outstanding results in Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Peru y Uruguay. According to this figure, the brand sold 5% more units compared to the same period in 2016.

Nissan Frontier grows strong in Latin AmericaThe popularity of the strong and intelligent pick-up, which just debuted its 12th generation in Ecuador and is now present in the 38 countries of Latin America and the Caribbean, it is due to its new reinforced double C chassis, with eight transverse beams and four times stronger than in the previous generation; its exclusive multilink suspension that offers a better balance between dynamics and comfort, as well as better shock absorption, and excellent off-road capacity.

Developed globally and tested in the most challenging terrain in Latin America, the new Nissan Frontier is capable of crossing the most diverse obstacles thanks to its angles of attack, departure and ground clearance, both for its resistance capacity and for its intelligent equipment such as the Hill Descent Control (HDC), whose function is to keep the vehicle at a constant speed on slopes, Hill Climb Assist (HSA), to detect the lean angle of the body, and assign the necessary pressure to the brakes.

Among the technological features present in the iconic Japanese pick-up stand out its LED headlights with automatic ignition function, i-Key smart key, reverse camera and parking sensors, as well as dual-zone air conditioning and multifunctional dashboard display. of instruments, making the Nissan Frontier a solidly intelligent pickup.

With more than 80 years of experience worldwide, Nissan Frontier will start production from Córdoba this year; which represents the second major investment in manufacturing for the brand in Latin America, after the Resende Industrial Complex in Brazil.




Automundo is the blog about news from the automotive industry, motorsport and the culture of the region. Director: Diego Durruty.

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