Japanese carmaker Nissan will offer the 2013 Pathfinder for purchase. The model will be available in dealerships before the end of this month. The good news is that its price will be lower than the price of the 2012 model, the one it replaces. Buyers will have the opportunity to find it at a starting price established at $28.270, which means it will be $1.020 cheaper than the previous model. To this price, the customer will have to add the $825 destination charge. The base model is the Pathfinder S, but there are several trim levels available. The SV level is the next one and has a starting price of $32.640, $1.110 cheaper than the 2012 version.
When it comes to the SL trim level, the carmaker established a starting price of $34.470 and for the Platinum trim level, $39.170. Even so, no matter the trim level, all Nissan Pathfinder models will be receive power from the same 3.5-liter V6 engine. All the output will be transferred to the wheels through the latest Xtronic continuously variable transmission developed by the Japanese carmaker. As an option, the manufacturer offers the possibility of four-wheel drive for another $1.600.
The new 2013 Nissan Pathfinder will be available with a lot of new features and elements of equipment, but there is no precise information on this matter. The SL models, for example, will contain the SL Premium Package priced at $2.650. Except the base models, the rest will receive a dual DVD entertainment system priced at $1.850. The Platinum Premium Package will contain elements that will probably not amaze us so much. Anyway, its price was established at $2.300. These are all the information available concerning the trim levels the carmaker if offering for the new 2013 Nissan Pathfinder. Closer to the launch date, we will find out more.
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