The Pathfinder Acenta 2.5 dCi 190 is priced at £28,495 OTR, while the fully equipped Pathfinder Tekna is available with either a 6-speed manual transmission (£31,595) or a 5-speed automatic (£33,095).
The new models feature a new bonnet and grille, along with redesigned headlights – now complete with their own pop up washer system (Tekna models only).
Equipment improvements include a new Speed Limiter (incorporated into the existing cruise control system), Nissan Connect Premium touch-screen satellite navigation system, a premium Bose sound system and a rearview camera. Active safety is improved with the availability of Nissan’s ESP on Navara (already available on Pathfinder).
Nissan Connect Premium is standard on Pathfinder Tekna and optional on Navara Tekna for £1,300+VAT.
Both models have significantly improved performance and fuel economy, as the carbon dioxide emissions come down by an average of 15%. For both Pathfinder and Navara, official combined fuel economy is boosted from the outgoing models’ 28.8mpg to 33.2mpg, while CO2 is cut from 264g/km to 224g/km.
Performance wise, the changes are the arrival of a new 3.0-litre V6 diesel engine developing 238 hp and 55 Nm of torque, while the 2.5-litre dCi diesel has also been improved, now being able to provide a fuel consumption rate of 8.4l/100 km.
Nissan says that prices for the V6 diesel engine will be announced at a later date with deliveries starting in September.