The 2015 Nissan Pathfinder is now available for order in the United States where its future buyers will have to pay just 29,510 USD before taking it home.
The 2015 Nissan Pathfinder has been priced from just 29,510 USD, without the 885 destination and handling chargers, as the carmaker is announcing. According to the company, the model in question, in the Platinum and SL trim levels, has also gained features such as the Xtronic gearbox fitted with improved D-Step Shift logic, the blind spot warning, the rear cross traffic alert system and several other tweaks.
In the front-wheel drive variants you will be getting the standard hill descent control and in the SL the 120V power outlet. The SV will be adding the auto dimming rearview mirror, the fog lights, the heated side mirrors and the HomeLink Universal Transceiver while the Platinum will be adding the standard dual panorama moon roof and the optional Family Entertainment Package, with the 7-inch displays fitted in the headrests. The most expensive variant of the 2015 Nissan Pathfinder is the Platinum 4WD, which starts in at 43,100 USD, while the hybrid variant hasn’t been priced at the moment.