2015 Nissan Pathfinder Values
Select a 2015 Nissan Pathfinder trim level
2015 model year changes
After a full redesign just a couple of years ago, the Nissan Pathfinder enters 2015 mostly unchanged. However, Nissan have continued to make minor refinements the vehicle over the past couple of years and 2015 is no exception. New available features include a Blind Spot Warning system, Rear Cross Traffic Alert and a hill descent mode. A new option package, the Family Entertainment Package has also been introduced, featuring a DVD entertainment system. In addition, the Xtronic transmission has also been reprogrammed to feel smoother, without compromising fuel efficiency for 2015.
Good fuel economy; spacious interior; 5000-lb towing capacity; third row seating; competitive pricing; available hybrid drivetrain
Special features for 2015
Between its seating capacity and fuel economy the Pathfinder makes a good value play. While previous Pathfinders competed with truck-like SUVs like the Toyota 4Runner, the 2015 Pathfinder aims instead to compete more closely with crossover vehicles such as the Toyota Highlander, bringing more space and refinement to the market at a slight cost to seldom used off-road capabilities. The hybrid is rated at 26 combined mpg, impressive fuel economy for any SUV, particularly one that can haul up to 7 passengers.