2019 Nissan Frontier Safety

2019 Nissan Frontier Safety

Despite facing increasing competition from rivals in its segment, the new Frontier has changed little barring a few minor enhancements but is still a comfortable ride. And if affordability and utility are high on your list, look at the 2019 Nissan Frontier. Plus, the truck also comes with decent safety features.

Electronic Stability Control 

To mitigate the risk of the driver losing control, stability control automatically kicks in when the handling limits exceed to decrease engine power and/ or use applicable brakes to bring the vehicle under control again. And, the vehicle offers good traction control too.

4-Wheel Anti-lock Brakes

Regardless of its size, the midsize pickup delivers good turning ability when braking thanks to its ABS brakes that sense when a tire has seized rotating and adjusts the brake pressure that starts the movement again. In addition, the truck also has 4-wheel disc brakes.

In case the truck has a rear impact, its anti-whiplash feature will actively protect the passengers' heads to reduce the risk of them sustaining a whiplash injury.

 From front-impact and overhead airbags to side impact bags, the new Frontier offers a good amount of protection if a collision or rollover occurs.

Additional Safety Features
Nissan has built the body of the truck with front and rear crumple zones that will further decrease the risk of injury in an accident. Besides upgraded emergency services such as the remote alarm and automatic collision notifications, and its stolen-vehicle locator, the 2019 Frontier also features available rear parking sensors and a rearview camera that will help you reverse with ease, especially if you are in a tight spot.
The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) has given the truck an overall safety rating of 4 stars out of 5, while they rate its side crash rating 5 out of 5 stars.

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Source: Nissan