Like other pickup trucks, the Nissan Frontier has a spacious interior. Most locations are fine. There are a few exceptions.
Nice big windshield will work well for a phone or GPS. The large horizontal vents make an excellent location for most devices. Nicely placed cup holder are going to work well for a small or midsize tablet. a big dash makes for a good place too The absence of a CD player means no mounts for that location.
Windshield and Vent Mounts for a Nissan Frontier
If selecting the vent mounting location, consider the Andobil Air Vent Mount. This mount can be used to hold most phone models with or without a case. The ball and socket design facilitates a 360 degree rotation. The included cradle opens to accommodate phones up to 3.75 inches wide. The mount uses a unique locking clip to securely attach to horizontal and vertical vents. The cradle is removable to expose a 17mm ball suitable for a Garmin vehicular GPS such as a Garmin Nuvi or Garmin Drive.
Read our Andobil car air vent review for a lot more information.
The good old windshield mount will work in a Nissan Frontier. The problem is that it’s a much further reach from the driver’s seat. For someone over six feet tall, that’s probably not an issue. But for a shorter person, it’s going to be a long reach.
Given the longer reach, we want a mount that has some length to it but not so much that it’s hitting the driver in the head.
The iOttie Easy One Touch 5 Car Mount for SmartPhones which provides an extendable rigid base combined with an expandable cradle. Unlike many similar mounts, the iOttie Easy One Touch 5 has an 8-inch extension feature. This extension is a welcome feature in the big Nissan Pathfinder interior. The included cradle expands by pressing the buttons on each side. This is large enough to hold most phones.
The previously mentioned iOttie Easy One Touch 2 mount can utilize a dash disk to turn this into a useful dashboard mount.
Cup Holder Mounts for a Nissan Frontier
The Nissan Frontier has a pair of cup holders in the middle. They are set back a bit and would make a good location for a small or midsize tablet. This is a location for using apps that don’t need to be looked at while driving. So not for a GPS app but ok for music.
Consider the APPS2CAR Cup Holder Mount for Tablets and Phones. This mount includes two different cradles. One for a phone and another for a tablet. The mount is adjustable and solidly made to easily handle the weight of your tablet. You will see a lot of mounts on the market for tablets or cell phones. This is one of the few car mount kits known that offers two different cradles, one for the phone, the other for the tablet. The tablet cradle will hold devices up to 11 inches. To reiterate, this is good for apps that don’t need to be referenced while driving.
So in summary, the Nissan Frontier supports many traditional mounting locations including the windshield, vent, dash and cup holder. However, the CD player isn’t there any longer so no mounts for this location.