Nissan has stuck a price tag onto its new Pathfinder Hybrid, setting the base price at $35,790 including destination fees.
For that starting price, you can pick up a Pathfinder Hybrid two-wheel drive SV model, which costs $3,000 more than an equivalent non-hybrid Pathfinder. On the opposite end of the range, a top-trim Pathfinder Platinum four-wheel drive hybrid carries a price tag of $44,350.
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Driving the Pathfinder Hybrid is a 15 kW engine combined with a supercharged inline-four cylinder that combine to put out 250 net hp and 243 lb-ft of torque, mated to a CVT. The Pathfinder Hybrid also features regenerative braking to help conserve energy.
The hybrid powertrain setup is 24 percent more efficient than its gasoline-only counterpart according to Nissan, rated at 26 mpg city and 28 mpg highway when equipped with two-wheel drive. Nissan says that the Pathfinder Hybrid should be good for more than 546 miles on one 19.5-gallon tank of fuel.
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