Pricing and Trim Levels: 2013 Nissan Pathfinder
If you’re a fan of Nissan in the slightest, then you already know what to expect with regards to trim levels for the new Pathfinder. Starting at the bottom of the group is the Pathfinder S with its $28,270 price tag. From there you move up to the SV, which starts out at $31,530, and move on up to the SL trim that costs $34,470. Finally, you can opt for the top-of-the-line Pathfinder Platinum and you’ll need at least $39,170 to do so.
Those prices are for front-wheel-drive examples, but the Pathfinder is also available with four-wheel-drive. The S 4WD starts at $29,870 and the SV 4WD is $33,130. Further up the chain is the SL 4WD that is priced at $36,070. Finally, the Platinum 4WD costs $40,770.
There are just three easy options packages offered if you wish to enhance the Pathfinder over the base equipment. The SL Premium Package, available not so shockingly on the SL trim, will run you $2,650. This adds a premium Bose 13-speaker audio system, 120V power outlet, a dual panorama moonroof, and a few other premium amenities. Those who purchase a Pathfinder Platinum can step up to the Platinum Package, which costs $2,300 and adds a pair of seven-inch monitors in the back of the front headrests, wireless headphones, and a few more items to up the lux a little bit more. Finally, SL and SV Pathfinders can be equipped with a Trailer Tow Package that adds a tow hitch receiver and costs $400.