Nissan has announced a range of updates to freshen up its seven-seat SUV range for 2019.
So far, it’s seen the most significant percentage decrease in new car sales for 2019, but the Japanese brand has added a new variant and more safety across the Pathfinder range in hopes of bumping it back up the sales charts. Starting at $43,390 (plus on-roads), more safety is packed into the entry grade ST, including emergency braking with forward collision warning, blind spot monitoring, rear cross traffic alert and adaptive cruise control as standard. Second row passengers also get a Type C USB point in the back seat.
A new ST+ variant sits above the base ST gaining a 360-degree around-view monitor with moving object detection and navigation. The ST+ range is priced from $44,590 (plus on-roads) in front-wheel drive and $48,090 (plus) in all-wheel drive.