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2023 Nissan Pathfinder Rock Creek and full-line pricing is out

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The new off-road trim starts at $44,115

The Pathfinder Rock Creek is Nissan’s new off-road model this year, and it adds a bunch of equipment to improve performance off-road. Notable extras include a 5/8-inch suspension lift, 18-inch beadlock-style wheels, wider all-terrain tires, a new front fascia design and a tubular roof rack with a 220-pound load capacity. If you want the off-road-bent Pathfinder, it’s going to cost you $44,115, including the $1,295 destination fee.

That price plants the Rock Creek firmly between the mid-grade SV and SL trims, assuming said trims are equipped with all-wheel drive, as the Rock Creek comes with AWD standard. If you’d rather go the cheap route, the base Pathfinder S model with front-wheel drive is actually $35 cheaper this year at $36,295. A Platinum (top trim) goes up by $1,300 versus 2022, though, so don’t think Nissan has made the Pathfinder any cheaper across the board. If you want to add all-wheel drive to any model (besides Rock Creek), it’s an extra $1,900.

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