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Nissan Pathfinder 2019 pricing and specs confirmed

Pricing for the Nissan Pathfinder has gone up by as little as $15 and as much as $1400 to reflect the boost in equipment.
Tung Nguyen
Contributing Journalist
GoAutoMedia

8 Apr 2019 • 4 min read

Nissan Australia has updated its aging Pathfinder large SUV seven-seater range, increasing safety equipment and adding a new ST+ grade, with slight price rises across the board to reflect the changes.

Now kicking off at $43,390 before on-road costs for the entry-level two-wheel-drive (2WD) ST V6, the point of entry to the Nissan Pathfinder range now features emergency braking with forward collision warning, blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert and adaptive cruise control.

However, pricing for the ST 2WD V6 moves up $1400, as does the four-wheel-drive (4WD) version that is now $46,890. Meanwhile, the ST 2WD Hybrid is now $1900 more expensive, at $46,390.

Aside from the increase in safety gear, the Pathfinder also gains a USB Type C port for the second row.

Slotting in above the ST is now a new ST+ grade, available exclusively with a petrol V6 powertrain for $44,590 in 2WD form and $48,090 with 4WD traction.

Seven exterior colours are offered on the Pathfinder. Seven exterior colours are offered on the Pathfinder.

The ST+ trim adds a surround-view monitor with moving object detection and satellite navigation to its list of equipment.

The mid-tier ST-L however, features the smallest price increases, with the 2WD V6 up $515 to $54,890, and the 4WD V6 and 2WD Hybrid just $15 more expensive than before ,at $58,390 and $61,390 respectively.

To justify the price rises, the ST-L is kitted out with adaptive and auto-levelling LED headlights.

Finally, the top-tier Ti grade costs $62,890 (+$700) for the 2WD V6, $66,390 (+$200) for the 4WD V6 and $69,390 (+$200) for the 2WD Hybrid.

Extra equipment in the flagship Pathfinder now extends to heated rear seats and a ‘Rear Door Alert’, which will notify drivers to check the rear seats so children are not left unattended.

Powertrains remain unchanged in the update with the 3.5-litre petrol V6 outputting 202kW of power and 340Nm of torque via a continuously variable transmission (CVT), while Hybrid versions equipped with a 2.5-litre petrol engine and an electric motor for 188kW/330Nm.

In addition to the added gear in the model-year update, the Pathfinder also boats 2260 litres of storage capacity with all second- and third-row seats stowed, Bluetooth connectivity, a reversing camera, rear parking sensors and an 8.0-inch touchscreen multimedia system.

The multimedia system comes with sat nav and Bluetooth. The multimedia system comes with sat nav and Bluetooth.

Seven exterior colours are offered from Nissan, with metallic paint costing another $595, while three in-cabin trim choices are also available.

2019 Nissan Pathfinder list pricing:

ModelPrice
ST 2WD V6 – automatic$43,390
ST 4WD V6 – automatic$46,890
ST 2WD Hybrid – automatic$46,390
ST+ 2WD V6 – automatic$44,590
ST+ 4WD V6 – automatic$48,090
ST-L 2WD V6 – automatic$54,890
ST-L 4WD V6 – automatic$58,390
ST-L 2WD Hybrid – automatic$61,390
Ti 2WD V6 – automatic$62,890
Ti 4WD V6 – automatic$66,390
Ti 2WD Hybrid – automatic$69,390

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