2017 Pathfinder Updates

Coming this fall to Valencia Nissan is the updated 2017 Nissan Pathfinder. While it is not a completely new design, the 2017 model does get some significant updates. Here are some of the 2017 Pathfinder updates that we’re most excited about. Note that not all updates are available on all models.

  • Exterior. Buyers may notice that 2017 Pathfinder has new styling in the front and back, including a new V-motion grille, LED headlights, and a motion-activated power liftgate.
  • Interior. The Pathfinder gets more sophisticated with metallic and wood trim throughout along with a redesigned center console and new cloth seat material.
  • Engine. The engine is still a 3.5-liter V6. However, it now uses direct injection and produces 284 horsepower and 259 lb-ft of torque, compared to only 260 horsepower and 240 lb-ft of torque on the 2016 model.
  • Towing. With a more powerful engine, the 2017 Pathfinder will be able to tow up to 6,000 pounds—a best-in-class rating.
  • Technology. Every Pathfinder will come with a standard 8-inch touchscreen display. Some models will also come with NissanConnect Services, SiriusXM, and Travel Link.
  • Safety. Safety takes a step forward with the available Around View Monitor with Moving Object Detection, Intelligent Cruise Control, and Forward Emergency Braking.

Which 2017 Pathfinder updates are you most excited about?

Single Cab Titan added to Nissan lineup

single cab TitanTrucks today need to be capable, high-tech, and flexible. With the new addition to Nissan’s lineup, truck buyers will find exactly that. A single cab Titan and Titan XD model will be available later this fall. This will be the first single cab in Titan history and offers even more flexibility to the lineup.

The single cab model will be a great entry-point for buyers looking for an affordable rugged truck and will be ideal for commercial fleets and work trucks. On both the Titan and Titan XD Single Cab models, the cab will be the same size and come with an 8-foot pickup bed.

With the addition of a single cab, this is the second of three eventual Titan body configurations. Currently, the Titan only comes in a Crew Cab, but the Single Cab will come this fall, and a King Cab will come sometime in the future.

“The TITAN XD and TITAN single cabs will have the power, torque, heavy duty chassis and durability demanded by today’s demanding worksites – including the highest towing capacities and payloads in the lineup,” said Rich Miller, director of Product Planning for Trucks, SUVs, and Commercial Vehicles.

Once all models are added, the Titan will be available in three cab sizes, three bed lengths, three engine options, and 4×4 or 4×2.