Nissan published US pricing details for the 2016 Nissan Pathfinder SUV along with a list of enhancements added to make the model more appealing
Four trim levels are available for the 2016 Pathfinder, in both 2WD and 4WD configuration: S, SV, SL and Platinum. The cheapest 2016 Pathfinder money can buy wears a sticker of $29,780, without the handling and destination fee, which will require an extra $900 from the client's pocket.
This amount of money will get you a two-wheel drive Pathfinder with the S equipment level, including a 5,000-lbs towing capacity and fuel economy rated at 27 mpg in the highway cycle, for the 2WD versions.
The most expensive 2016 Nissan Pathfinder is the Platinum 4WD version, available for a starting price of $43,250. Of course, plenty of goodies are on the table, including an 8-inch touchscreen display with 3D graphics, navigation, leather-upholstered seats and a 13-speaker Bose audio system.
On the safety side, the Pathfinder's proposal comprises a pack of assistance features like the Blind Spot Warning function, Around View Monitor and Rear Cross Traffic Alert, plus the optional RearView Monitor system.
If that's not enough to fit your needs, Nissan has come up with five option packages: SV Cold Weather (bringing heated cloth front seats, steering wheel and side mirrors), SL Tech, SL Premium, Family Entertainment and Trailer Tow.