Nissan Pathfinder 2023 Pricing Revealed, Including Rock Creek Model

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  • The Nissan Pathfinder 2023 starts at $36,295, which is only $360 more than the year before.
  • The Rock Creek trim, the latest to the Pathfinder lineup, is an off-road-oriented model starting at $44,115.
  • Updated standard features include a new wireless charging pad for the SL trim and a powered passenger seat for the SL and Platinum trims.

It Nissan The Pathfinder enters its latest generation for the 2022 model year with a boxier and more rugged look. For the year 2023, Scout It gets even more rugged once again, through the addition of the Rock Creek trim which has suspension lift, 18-inch beadlock wheels, and other visual enhancements. We now know that Rock Creek starts at $44,115, and that price also goes up for the other Pathfinder trim levels.

Prices for the base S and mid-tier SV are up $360, with the S for $36,295 and the SV for $39,115. The SL trim increased by the largest amount, adding $880 and bringing its price to $42,715. The SL accepts a wireless charging pad as a new standard feature.

The platinum trim with the range high increased by $830, making it a solid $49,265. Most Pathfinder models come standard with front-wheel drive, with all-wheel drive for an additional $1900. Rock Creek comes standard with all-wheel drive, meaning it fits perfectly between the AWD SV and AWD SL in its lineup. Platinum loaded with AWD is up to $51,000.

The Pathfinder seating configuration has also changed slightly. While Platinum was previously standard with second-row captain seats, the top trim level now comes with a three-seater bench and offers those seats as part of a $550 option package, as in the lower trim. Rock Creek comes standard with a captain’s seat. The SL and Platinum also receive a power-adjustable 10-way passenger seat as a new standard feature.

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