The 2015 Nissan Pathfinder has been recently priced in the United States where the cheapest version of the model starts from 29, 510 USD.
According to the car manufacturer, several enhancements have been added to the SUV for the new model year and these include the Enhanced D-Step Shift logic added to the Xtronic transmission (standard), the Blind Spot Warning, the Rear Cross Traffic Alert, the revised SL Tech Package, the revised SL Premium Package, the new Family Entertainment Package adding the 7-inch dual headrests DVD Family Entertainment system, the 120V power outlet on the SL, the Dual Panorama Moonroof on the Platinum, the new fog lights, heated side mirrors, auto dimming rearview mirror with HomeLink Universal Transceiver on the SV and some new colors.
Nissan says that the cheapest version of the 2015 Pathfinder is the Pathfinder S 2WD, priced from 29,510 USD. This is followed by the SV 2WD, from 32,810 USD and the SL 2WD, from 36,060 USD. The Pathfinder Platinum 2WD costs 41,410 USD. In the all-wheel drive versions, the cheapest one is the S, coming in from 31,200 USD, being followed by the SV, from 34,500 USD, by the SL, from 37,750 USD and the range topper Platinum, from 43,100 USD.