Nissan enters the 2022 model year with active electrification initiatives, stylish exteriors, and finally improved infotainments that no longer appear and feel archaic, all without compromising its essential ideals. Nissan refreshes its SUV and truck best-sellers in addition to the all-new Nissan Z. To learn more about the changes, we’ll go through the whole list of newly announced recruits briefly.
|All-NEW Nissans||Price in (USD)|
|1. 2022 Nissan Pathfinder||$33,410|
|2. 2022 Nissan Frontier||$27,840|
|3. 2023 Nissan Z||$40,000|
|4. 2022 Nissan Ariya||$40,000|
|5. 2022 Nissan X-Trail||$30,000|
|6. 2022 Nissan GT-R T-Spec and Special Edition||$138,490|
|7. 2022 Nissan Patrol Nismo||$105,000|
|8. 2022 Nissan Qashqai||$33,000|
|9. 2022 Nissan Note Aura NISMO||$26,000|
|10. 2022 Nissan NV300 Combi||$35,750|
1. 2022 Nissan Pathfinder
After a year off, the Nissan Pathfinder returns in 2022 as the fifth generation vehicle. It retains the Nissan D’s foundations while adding more contemporary technology and fresh external appearance. Furthermore, the standard naturally aspirated 3.5L V6 produces 285 horsepower, however it is now mated to a ZF 9-speed automatic rather than a CVT.
2. 2022 Nissan Frontier
In 2022, the Frontier pickup begins a new chapter in its history by introducing a standalone model designed particularly for the North American market. It’s based on the previous platform from the 2000s, but it’s longer overall, with new aesthetics, technology, and a reworked suspension system.
3. 2023 Nissan Z
The seventh generation of the Z power is finally here, with a reworked exterior that pays homage to the 240Z and 300ZX’s classic forebears. The first production vehicles will leave the factories in April 2022, and they will be nearly identical to the Nissan Z prototype idea.
4. 2022 Nissan Ariya
Despite the fact that it was launched over two years ago, Nissan’s first electric crossover, the Ariya, is unlikely to reach consumers until 2022. This Japanese EV’s next generation gets a liquid-cooled battery for the first time.
5. 2022 Nissan X-Trail
The new Nissan Rogue has already begun serving as a family vehicle in the United States, with the X-worldwide Trail’s version transitioning to the next generation in 2022.
6. 2022 Nissan GT-R T-Spec and Special Edition
Limited to just a hundred of copies worldwide, the GT-R T-Spec is distinguished by wider front fenders, 20-inch gold-painted RAYS alloy wheels and a carbon-fiber rear spoiler. As for the new GT-R NISMO, the 2022 special edition arrives with a new exposed-carbon hood, exclusive red accents on 20-inch alloys, redesigned Nissan logo and Stealth Gray exterior paint, while its tuned version of a regular 3.8L powertrain continues to deliver 600 horsepower.
7. 2022 Nissan Patrol Nismo
The 2022 Nissan Patrol Nismo was facelifted a few years ago and now comes with a performance-ready Nismo upgrade. Improved aerodynamics, new 22-inch wheels, a revised chassis with Bilstein shock absorbers, and a more powerful 5.6-liter V8 with 428 horsepower and 413 pound-feet of peak torque round out the package.
8. 2022 Nissan Qashqai
One of the best-selling Nissans remains a compact crossover, but the 3rd generation grows across all dimensions. The Qashqai gets alien looks and an e-Power hybrid drivetrain with one pedal driving.
9. 2022 Nissan Note Aura NISMO
We’ve known Nissan’s Note hatchback family for quite some time, but the new upscale Aura model is the car’s third-generation-exclusive option. It is already being redesigned as a hot hatchback under the company’s Nismo brand, with a 2022 release date.
10. 2022 Nissan NV300 Combi
The 2022 Nissan NV300 Combi receives a much-needed revamp, with a new broader and more angular front grille, reworked headlights, LED DRLs, and edgier air intakes, all in keeping with Nissan’s current design language.