The great Pathfinder is now entering the 2014MY with just a few equipment alterations, a little development in price across the range and the addition of the latest hybrid variant that was debuted at the New York Show in the last March.
The improvements intended for the non-hybrid 2014 Pathfinder models, all of which are complemented with a 260 hp 3.5liter V6 engine linked to a CVT in the 2WD or the 4WD configurations, are restricted to a lately added SL Tech Package. It will be sold at $1,570 and contains a Bose 13-speaker Premium Audio System, Voice Recognition, Nissan Navigation System, XM NavTraffic and NavWeather capability, Bluetooth Streaming Audio, Zagat Survey Restaurant Guide and a great 8inch color touchscreen monitor
Moreover, the price of the great entry level Pathfinder S 2WD is the same as the last year ($28,700), but the rest of the range is more and more expensive without presenting additional features. For instance, the MSRP of the Pathfinder SV 2WD now went up to $31,960. Meanwhile, the Pathfinder Platinum 4WD costs $41,200.
The latest Pathfinder Hybrid is having a 2.5liter supercharged 4-banger and also an electric motor intended for a combined output of 250 hp and also a combined fuel economy of 26 mpg US, will carry a great premium of around $3,000 over the regular model. Unfortunately, MSRPs don’t contain a destination and handling fee ($845).