Nissan’s Pathfinder is the latest model to get the N-trek treatment with the large seven-seat SUV receiving a tough-looking upgrade.
Available on the ST + and ST-L grades, the N-Trek editions come with a $1500 price increase over the grades they’re based on.
The front-wheel-drive Pathfinder ST+ N-Trek lists for $46,840, while the front-wheel-drive ST-L N-Trek is $57,140. As for the four-wheel drive versions, the ST+ N-Trek is $50,340 and the ST-L N-Trek is $60,640.
The N-Trek edition brings a bodykit with black elements for a stealthy look. There’s the black grille, black roof rails, black door handles, black mirror caps, plus front and rear lower bumper trim in… you guessed it – black.
The 18-inch alloy wheels wear wider 255mm tyres – an increase of 20mm over the regular rubber.
The Pathfinder N-Trek special edition comes in four colours, Ivory Pearl, Diamond Black, Gun Metallic and Caspian Blue.
Standard features on the ST+ N-Trek include an 8.0-inch touchscreen, sat nav, a reversing camera with all-round view monitor, six-speaker stereo, DVD player, privacy glass, rear parking sensors and three-zone climate control.
Stepping up to the ST-L N-Trek adds a 13-speaker Bose stereo, LED headlights, sunroof, leather seats, front fog lights, heated side mirrors and power adjustable driver and front passenger seats.
Nissan has released several N-Trek special editions of its models in the past 12 months including the Navara N-Trek Warrior and X-Trail N-Trek.
Article Source: Cars Guide MagazineFebruary 6, 2020 9:03 am