2023 Nissan Pathfinder models and pricing
The new Pathfinder is priced from $54,190 before on-road costs. That’s for the ST model, which drives only the front wheels and comes with 18-inch alloys, three-zone ventilation, smart key entry, heated front seats, tyre pressure monitors and a head-up display that projects key information on a virtual space above the bonnet.
Next step up is the ST-L ($61,790), which gains all-wheel drive, around view monitor, front parking sensors, tinted windows, power tailgate, remote engine starting and ProPilot semi-autonomous driver assist.
The more luxurious Ti is available as a front-wheel drive for $65,910 or AWD for $70,030. Both get partial leather trim, heated rear seats, rear side blinds, wireless phone charging and an additional USB port in the third row. There’s also a 13-speaker Bose sound system with two subwoofers.
The top-of-the-range Ti-L is AWD only and costs $80,227. It picks up a digital instrument cluster, rain-sensing wipers, sunroof, electric passenger seat, ventilated front seats and unique finishes inside. It also exchanges the bench middle row seat for two individual chairs, reducing the seating capacity to seven.
Key rivals include the Toyota Kluger, Hyundai Palisade and Mazda CX-9.
2023 Nissan Pathfinder safety and ANCAP rating
The Pathfinder scored a five-star ANCAP rating in 2022. As well as good occupant protection credentials it also has a long list of driver assist features that add to the safety artillery.
They include blind spot warning, speed sign recognition, autonomous emergency braking with cyclist and pedestrian detection, rear cross traffic alert, lane departure warning and driver drowsiness detection.