Nissan has recently announced the official price list for the new generation of the Pathfinder, in Australia, as well as for the B-segment crossover, the Juke.
According to the car manufacturer, the cheapest version of the 2013 Nissan Pathfinder will set you back for 39,990 AUD, but if you want the all-wheel drive version, you should pay at least 44,290 AUD. The mid-range Pathfinder ST-L costs 50,290 AUD, in two-wheel drive, and 54,290 AUD in all-wheel drive. The top of the line version, the Pathfinder Ti, has been priced from 60,790 AUD, in 2WD, and 64,890 AUD in AWD. Nissan says that all Pathfinder models get the same 3.5L V6 petrol engine in Australia, which is good for 194 kW and 325 Nm of torque. The unit is mated to a CVT.
Besides the Nissan Pathfinder, the carmaker has also announced the price of one of the country’s cheapest SUVs, the Juke. The model in question will be launched in October from 21,990 AUD, before on-road costs, with the price applying to the Juke ST 2WD five-speed manual. The CVT will set you back for an extra 2,400 AUD. Both vehicles are getting the 1.6L petrol unit, which is good for 86 kW and 158 Nm of torque. The mid-range ST-S costs 28,390 AUD and it’s coming with a 6-speed manual transmission, while the top of the line Ti-S is getting a CVT and AWD for 32,190 AUD.