The Nissan Pathfinder was fully updated for the 2022 model year, and everyone continues to get used to seeing the new model on the road.
Therefore, the Nissan saw little reason to make major adjustments for 2023.
Nissan's midsize SUV costs have barely increased, and a new off-road-focused model joins the combo.
For the 2022 model year, Nissan has taken the Pathfinder back to its roots.
They didn't build it into a truck body yet again, it's still basically a car-based crossover, but they gave it a new style that returned the Pathfinder to its off-road look and updated its chassis.
A vehicle with a robust external design and good off-road chops, as well as being equipped with all-wheel drive.
Updated Nissan Pathfinder model
For 2023, the Pathfinder gets beefier once again, with the addition of Rock Creek trim that features a suspension lift, 18-inch beadlock wheels, and other visual upgrades.
The mid-priced SL trim will get a new Wi-Fi charging pad and the more expensive Platinum trim will have a new 10-way electrically adjustable passenger seat.
The Platinum finish will also have a new possibility, with second-row captain's chairs with a detachable center console.
Costs go up between US$ 360 and US$ 830 depending on trim stage, a smaller adjustment than most other models have had in this inflation-heavy year.
The off-road oriented Pathfinder Rock Creek appears to locate paths, rocks and streams.
Located between the SV and SL trims, it features standard 4-wheel drive, raised suspension, all-terrain tires and a roof platform that supports 220 kilograms of substances.
Check out the Nissan Pathfinder 2023 value table:
. Pathfinder S 2WD-$35.000
. Pathfinder SV 2WD-$ 37.820
. Pathfinder SL 2WD-$ 41.420
. Pathfinder Platinum 2WD-$ 47,970
. Pathfinder S 4WD-$ 36,900
. Pathfinder SV 4WD-$ 39,720
. Pathfinder Rock Creek 4WD-$ 42.820
. Pathfinder SL 4WD-$ 43.320