The 2017 Nissan Pathfinder has been given a starting price of $30,890, about $200 more expensive than the outgoing model.
Updates for the 2017 model year Pathfinder include a new front end with new LED daytime running lights, a more powerful 3.5-liter V6 under the hood with 284 horsepower, a tow rating that has been boosted to 6,000 pounds, a motion-activated liftgate and new driver safety technology like forward emergency braking, intelligent cruise control and more.
Adding all-wheel drive to the Pathfinder is a $1690 option, while bumping up to the Pathfinder SV model will cost $33,580. Above that sits the Pathfinder SL which goes for $36,600, while the top-trim Platinum model with two-wheel drive sells for $42,770.
All Pathfinder models get that same 3.5-liter V6, paired to a CVT that features Nissan’s D-step logic control which makes the CVT mimic a traditional automatic transmission.
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