The facelifted Nissan Pathfinder SUV and its Navara pickup truck sibling are available for order now in Britain. Key enhancements for both models include the addition of a new 231HP 3.0-liter V6 diesel engine, some minor revisions to the 2.5-liter diesel that now produces 190HP, a refreshed exterior and improved interior with more standard equipment.
The Navara 2.5dCi 190HP pickup truck starts from £19,807 (excluding VAT) for the Acenta King Cab, while the Tekna, available only in Double Cab form, costs from £24,389.50 (on the road) for the manual or £25,682 (on the road) for the automatic.
Additional standard features on the Navara Acenta include side and curtain airbags, ESP stability control, front fog lights, new seat cloth, additional cabin storage. On the Navara Tekna, pop-up headlight washers, speed limiter, power fold mirrors, MP3 AUX input all come as standard.
The Pathfinder Acenta 2.5 dCi 190HP is priced at £28,495 while the fully equipped Pathfinder Tekna is available with either a 6-speed manual transmission (£31,595) or a 5-speed automatic (£33,095).
Extra standard features on the Pathfinder Acenta include Fine Vision combimeter for a crisp view of the instrument dials, new centre console and lidded storage box and MP3 AUX input.
On the Pathfinder Tekna, Nissan Connect Premium HDD, a sat nav infotainment system with 7-inch colour touch screen, comes as standard as well as new 18-inch wheels, headlight washers, speed limiter and new centre console with wood finish.
Nissan said that prices for the 231HP V6 diesel models will be announced at a later date with deliveries starting in September.