2019 Nissan Pathfinder Rock and roll Creek Edition Stones The Chicago Show Review – The 2019 Nissan Pathfinder embraces a new Rock and roll Creek Edition. Revealed at the Chicago Auto Show, the Pathfinder Rock and roll Creek Edition provides an off-road-completely ready visage to Nissan’s three-row crossover.
2019 Nissan Pathfinder Rock and roll Creek Edition Stones The Chicago Show Review
Limited to the mid-level SV and SL trims with sometimes front- or all-wheel drive, the Rock and roll Creek Edition is a $995 choice that beefs up the Pathfinders exterior with a set of chunky wheel properly fenders, splash guards, beefy 18-inch wheels wrapped in package-certain all-year auto tires, and a number of black-completed exterior items, such as the front and rear fascias, grille, roof side rails, door deals with, looking glass hats, and badges.
The concept continues inside, whereby Nissan suits the Rock and rolls Creek Edition with two-tone seats that include special seat-back badging and contrasting sewing (the sewing also can make its way to the door sections, middle gaming system lid, and steering wheel). Bolstering the Rock and roll Creek Edition’s more difficult seems is a standard trailers problem and utilize that enables the crossover to pull up to 6,000 pounds. Like all Pathfinders, the Rock and roll Creek Edition rely upon a 284-horsepower 3.5-liter V6 and a continuously variable transmission (CVT) for enthusiasm.
Two options are available: a Technology package and a Premium package. The first package provides $980 to the tab and is limited to SV Rock and roll Creek Editions. It provides an in-dash navigation system, heated up seats, a warmed steering wheel, and warmed exterior wall mirrors. The second package tacks on $2,110 and is exclusive to SL Rock and roll Creek Editions. It contains a premium audio system and a panoramic sunroof. The 2019 Nissan Pathfinder SV Rock and roll Creek Edition starts off at $35,265, with the increased end SL trim buzzing in at $38,915.