2022 Nissan Pathfinder – Overview & Features / Perfect Family SUV. The 2022 Pathfinder’s sharp styling is a stark contrast to its predecessor’s bulbous cues. The cabin feels upscale and modern, finally. And Nissan engineers made thoughtful tweaks to the chassis, engine, and drive modes that make this three-row that much more capable. Combine those fresh elements with everything you love about a three-row crossover – comfort, space, and livability – and the 2022 Pathfinder is now a top choice in a very competitive class.
The base Pathfinder S with two-wheel drive starts at $33,410 plus $1,150 for shipping and handling. All-wheel drive adds $1,900 to the asking price across the board. The range-topping Platinum model starts at $46,190, rising to $48,090 with all-wheel drive. The lone option on our tester is the two-tone Scarlett Ember and Super Black paint, a $745 add-on, which brings the final asking price to $49,985.
Minus a few factory-installed options like running boards and crossbars, this Pathfinder is essentially loaded. An equally spec’d Kia Telluride SX Prestige (without the Nightfall Edition package) asks just over $48,000, while a luxurious Palisade Calligraphy costs about the same with every option. The Honda Pilot and Ford Explorer, meanwhile, will crest $50,000 with the right amount of options.
Even though it’s one of the pricier options of the bunch, the Pathfinder does present a solid value for all that you get. If you do want to save some cash, you can opt for 2WD and shed $1,900 from the asking price, and there are a handful of paint options that don’t cost extra. Furthermore, the well-equipped, leather-trimmed Pathfinder SL starts at $40,740 if you don’t need the panoramic moonroof, quilted upholstery, and flashy wheels of the Platinum.
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