2017 Nissan Pathfinder Pricing Announced
The 2017 Nissan Pathfinder’s refreshed face was recently unveiled in Dallas, Texas. This past week, Nissan announced the new pricing structure for the updated vehicle and made it available for sale in American dealerships.
The starting MSRP of the 2017 Nissan Pathfinder, as of publication, is $29,990. Considering all of the updates to the model, the size of the vehicle, and the quality of the Nissan brand, that’s not a bad price to start at. Nissan considers the Pathfinder nameplate to be one of its best-known models, and the SUV’s update is perfectly timed for the automaker’s “Year of the Truck” it recently announced. The special year was declared because of the growing sales for the redesigned Nissan Titan XD, and the release of other refreshed models like the Nissan Armada SUV and Titan.
For the upcoming model year, the Pathfinder’s most noticeable upgrade is the resculpted exterior that more closely matches the look of newer Nissan models, like the Maxima. Under the hood, the Pathfinder is getting a new 3.5-liter Direct Injection Gasoline™ (DIG) V6 engine, which will achieve more horsepower than the engine before it. The maximum towing capacity has also now grown by 1,000 pounds to a class-leading 6,000 pounds when properly equipped, according to Nissan.
The new Pathfinder has also been redesigned for comfort and convenience. A motion-activated liftgate makes it much easier to load a vehicle with arms full of groceries or boxes. For a safer ride, new advanced driver assistance technology features, like Intelligent Cruise Control, Around View® Monitor, and Forward Emergency braking, are available.
Interested customers should head to a local dealership to learn more about the Pathfinder, and experience it for themselves.
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