Yesterday, Nissan unveiled two of its latest models, Nissan Frontier Diesel Runner and 2015 Versa Note SR, at the 2014 Chicago Auto Show. The two models made a promising appearance with their exclusive offerings.
Nissan Frontier Diesel Runner
Nissan Frontier Diesel Runner features a 2.8 liter 4-cylinder Cummins turbo diesel engine that astounds you with sheer power and performance. The engine powers your truck with an approximate 200hp and almost 350 pound-feet of torque. The Frontier Diesel supersedes its predecessor with an estimated 35% increase in fuel economy. The vehicle offers enhanced aerodynamics and some decent modifications on the exterior. Supporting the drivetrain are its 16inch wheels similar to the Frontier Pro-4x painted in a contrast of two colors – Arrest Me Red for the back wheels and Silver for the front.
Its interior complements the exterior with carbon-trimmed leather seats and a red and silver accent throughout the interior.
2015 Versa Note SR
The 2015 Versa Note SR supersedes the former Versa Note introduced in 2013. The vehicle embodies premium features and exquisite styling. It has got an improved exterior design including a prominent fascia and an aggressive grille, accompanied with standard fog lights having black and chrome accents, and dark treated headlights eventually giving the 2015 Versa a sporty appearance.
Powering the stylish model is a standard 1.6 liter DOHC 4-cylinder engine backed with dual fuel injection and Twin CVTC, generating 109hp at 6000 rpm and 107 pound-feet of torque at 4,400 rpm. To give you smoother performance, 2015 Versa Note equips the Nissan Xtronic Transmission and a front-wheel-drive suspension. The vehicle also gives you a fuel-efficient ride estimated around 40mpg and 35mpg for the highway and the city respectively.
The interior gets an attractive upgrade of 370Z-inspired leather-wrapped steering wheel, piano black center instrument panel, seats with an orange accent to give a sporty impression, and Euro-inspired Fine Vision triple-dial gauge cluster with floating trip computer.
Prices for both the models have not yet been confirmed, however, the new models are highly anticipated in the North American market.