The carmaker adds a new off-road-oriented version – 2023 Nissan Pathfinder Rock Creek – to the SUV’s lineup. Sales will begin in late summer.
The all-wheel-drive-only Nissan Pathfinder Rock Creek is designed for adventurous families. The company has added new off-road features without sacrificing comfort and conveniences.
Horsepower and torque have been increased from 284 to 295 hp and 259 to 270 pound-feet. The towing capacity of the Rock Creek version is up to 6,000 pounds.
Key additions include Rock Creek badging, all-terrain tires, 18-inch Beadlock-style wheels, a V-motion dark grille with mesh insert, off-road-tuned suspension with 5/8-inch lift, and a tubular roof rack with up to 220-lb load capacity.
The seats are trimmed in fabric + leatherette with Rock Creek embroidery; there is orange contrast stitching all over the cabin.
The standard equipment includes 2nd-row captain’s chairs, LED fog lights, a tow hitch receiver and harness, and an intelligent around-view monitor that has off-road mode. 6 mono-tone colors and 4 two-tone combinations are available for the model’s exterior.
The 2023 Nissan Pathfinder Rock Creek makes its debut at the 2022 New York International Auto Show. Pricing will be announced closer to the on-sale date. The current 2022 model is priced between $33,880 and $42,040 before a destination charge, other fees, tax, options,