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If 2021 has taught us anything so far, it's that everything is better outside. Take the trip, breathe in that fresh air and make some memories. Maus Nissan is here to make sure you know all about the bells and whistles of the exciting 2021 Nissan Frontier PRO-4X. Starting at $27,190 MSRP, this vehicle has a solid line up of dynamic features that can get any job done.

Staring is encouraged as you take in the rugged yet refined exterior. Sitting on 16” aluminum alloy off-road wheels, the mud and snow rated all-terrain tires are ready for any adventure. Steel skid plates protect the oil pan, fuel tank and 4x4 transfer case. And for touch of class, check out the PRO-4x badging found on this diamond in the rough.

Performance at the ready! The PRO-4X features 310 horsepower with towing up to 6,290lbs and payload up to 1,020lbs. Adventurers will also enjoy the exclusively developed Bilstein® shocks engineered to provide a stable ride while maintaining control, even in extreme driving conditions. If you find yourself needing a boost, make sure to use the electronic locking rear differential. This ultimate off-road feature keeps you moving while maintaining traction. Safety features like roof-mounted curtain supplemental air bags and Zone Body construction with front and rear crumple zones keep you safe when the adrenaline kicks in.

Off-road might be the theme outside but inside you’ll find a splash of class. Check out the PRO-4X embroidered leather-appointed seating, one of a kind off-road gauges that feature white faces and contrasting black typeface for a quick read and the available Nissan Navigation system with NissanConnect compatibility. No need to curb the adventure when you have access to location-based apps, Sirius Traffic and Travel Link to keep you connected...or searching for the next destination.

Pandemic living has brought the outdoorsy out in all of us. Why not take it up a notch with the 2021 Nissan Frontier PRO-4X? It’s ready when you are. Visit Maus Nissan of Crystal River to take a test drive or call us at (352) 592-6287 to learn more.

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