Nissan presented the Pathfinder Rock Creek Edition at the Chicago Auto Show today. We have added new images from Nissan’s stand in the gallery below. (Update 2/7/2019)
Nissan has prepped a number of updates for the 2019 Pathfinder in the United States, which come in the form of the Rock Creek Edition package.
Available for the 2WD and 4WD SV and SL grades, in a choice of seven exterior colors, the new package will be available starting this spring, priced at $995. The company also adds that the Rock Creek Edition pack reflects savings of up to $1,315, compared to a similarly equipped Pathfinder.
The vehicle’s exterior features black accents, which can be found on the grille, roof rails, side mirror caps, front and rear ends, license plate finisher and other parts. These are joined by the 4WD logos (on 4WD models) and unique badging on the front doors, as well as 18-inch wheels covered in 255/60 all-season tires.
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The two-tone seating surfaces, high contrast stitching on the seats, console lid, steering wheel and doors, more special badging and metallic trim complete the cabin of the new Nissan Pathfinder Rock Creek Edition.
Those who desire more from their Pathfinders can order the SL Rock Creek Edition Premium Package, which costs $2,110 and adds a Bose premium sound system and power moonroof.
Other optional features are the Rock Creek Edition Technology Package, aimed at the SV, with its NissanConnect, navigation, SiriusXM, heated seats, steering wheel and side mirrors, for $980. The 360-degree camera system, dual panorama moonroof, electric tailgate and others are also available.
The 2019 Pathfinder is powered by a 3.5-liter V6 gasoline engine, with 284 hp (288 PS / 212 kW) and 259 lb-ft (310 Nm) of torque, which offers a standard towing capacity of 6,000 lbs (2,722 kg).
The Pathfinder Rock Creek Edition will be on display at the 2019 Chicago Auto Show.