Nissan adds a second Mexico-made model to the Midnight Edition lineup
Nissan Motor Company announced that it chose the NP300 Frontier pickup manufactured in Mexico to expand its Midnight Edition offer of vehicles. It is the second Mexico-made model that joins this range after the Nissan Kicks crossover.
The Midnight Edition lineup is complemented by the Murano and Pathfinder SUVs, as well as the Maxima and Altima sedans.
As for the pickup, it is based on the newly launched Platinum LE version that features automatic LED headlights and Signature Lamps with the Nissan boomerang form, heated front seats in exclusive design in leather/fabric combination with driver’s lumbar adjustment and power button linked to smart key, in addition to camera and reverse sensors.
On the outside it features roof rails, side stirrups, 16-inch aluminum wheels, mirrors, exterior handles and the rear emblem with the Midnight signature, all in black color that gives the characteristic touch to the line.
On the inside, highlights include yellow stitching on the seats, steering wheel, gear lever, handbrake, the central armrest and the leather elements of the front doors.
The pickup is powered by a QR25 2.5-liter gasoline engine with 166hp and 178lb-foot paired to a 6-speed manual transmission. Initially it will be available in Oxford gray exterior color and will soon be released also in black.
The NP300 Frontier LE Midnight Edition is built at the Nissan CIVAC plant located in Cuernavaca, Morelos, where it has been manufactured for more than three decades, while the Nissan Kicks rolls out of the A1 plant, one of the two assembly facilities located in Aguascalientes, Central Mexico.