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Thanks for the link.

Not much info is right. Although it does it expects the next gen to be "softer". Hopefully not!
We'll just have to wait and see.
I would almost expect it to be softer. Only because that's the trend the other midsizers have followed. The GM twins and Taco are pretty "soft" feeling. Of course spec'd right they are still plenty capable. My guess is the goal for these trucks is to feel like a nice sedan, but have the capability of a truck when needed.
 

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i wonder if i will be alive when the next gen frontier comes out.
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thats cool they are bringing the X back. the woman and i are actually planning on buying one for her DD over this next year. late 14-15 model with some miles on it.
super good deals everywhere.
 

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"next-gen Frontier will be different than the Navara."

That's like the first thing the North American reps said when the Navara NP300 was first revealed back in 2015. This is nothing new
 

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Thanks for the link.

Not much info is right. Although it does say it expects the next gen to be "softer". Hopefully not!
We'll just have to wait and see.
Every automaker reskins their global pickups for the North American market. The rest of the world likes swoopy, car-like styling. Americans prefer boxy faux big-rig styling and gratuitous chromed plastic trim everywhere.
 

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Every automaker reskins their global pickups for the North American market. The rest of the world likes swoopy, car-like styling. Americans prefer boxy faux big-rig styling and gratuitous chromed plastic trim everywhere.[/QUOTE]

I personally can do without the chrome. Mat black would be my choice.
 
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