Nissan has announced pricing for the 2014 Pathfinder Hybrid, which was revealed earlier this year at the 2013 New York Auto Show. Offering two- or all-wheel drive, the hybridized crossover sports a 2.5-liter four-cylinder and a 15-kilowatt electric motor, for a total of 250 system horsepower and 243 pound-feet of torque. Those numbers match up well with the 260 horsepower and 240 pound-feet of torque put out by the V6-powered Pathfinder. Naturally, fuel economy sees a hefty boost, to 25 miles per gallon in the city and 28 mpg on the highway, bumps of five and two mpg, respectively.

The Pathfinder Hybrid is available in three grades. Prices start at $35,100 for an SV and jump to $38,050 for the mid-level SL. A top-flight Platinum, meanwhile, moves the price up to $42,750. Adding all-wheel drive to the package bumps the price up to $1,600 across the range, and keep in mind that these prices don't include Nissan's $860 destination charge. Take a look below for the full press release from Nissan, including detailed pricing charts for both the Hybrid and V6 Pathfinder.
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Nissan Announces 2014 Pathfinder Hybrid U.S. Pricing

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Nissan today announced U.S. pricing for the 2014 Nissan Pathfinder Hybrid, which is on sale now at U.S. Nissan dealers nationwide. The new Pathfinder Hybrid joins the Pathfinder 3.5-liter model in the expanded 2014 lineup, bringing the available model configurations to 14 – allowing buyers to select the perfect combination of powerplant, 4-wheel or 2-wheel drive, features and equipment to fit their family needs and budget.

The Pathfinder Hybrid starts with a Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price* (MSRP) of $35,110 USD for the SV 2WD Hybrid model, versus a starting price of $32,110 USD for a comparably equipped SV 2WD 3.5-liter V6 model.

At the heart of the new 2014 Pathfinder Hybrid is a supercharged 2.5-liter gasoline engine and an electric motor paired to a compact Lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery. The Li-ion battery fits under the 3rd row seat so there is no compromise of passenger seating capacity, 2nd or 3rd row legroom or cargo space.

The hybrid system uses a Nissan Intelligent Dual Clutch System (one motor / two clutch parallel system) that efficiently manages power from both the electric motor and the gas engine. The 15 kW electric motor and gas engine work in tandem to provide performance equivalent to the Pathfinder 3.5-liter gasoline V6 model. The system is rated at 250 net horsepower and 243 lb-ft of torque – versus the 3.5-liter V6 ratings of 260 horsepower and 240 lb-ft of torque.

Fuel economy for the new Pathfinder Hybrid is rated at 26 mpg combined, an increase of 24 percent over the standard Pathfinder. City fuel economy is 25 mpg, while highway mileage is rated at 28 mpg (27 mpg 4WD). With the Pathfinder Hybrid's large 19.5-gallon fuel tank, the same as 3.5-liter V6-equipped models, driving range is estimated at more than 546 miles**.

Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Prices* (MSRP) for the 2014 Nissan Pathfinder Hybrid include:
Pathfinder SV 2WD Hybrid $35,110 USD
Pathfinder SL 2WD Hybrid $38,050 USD
Pathfinder Platinum 2WD Hybrid $42,750 USD
Pathfinder SV 4WD Hybrid $36,710 USD
Pathfinder SL 4WD Hybrid $39,650 USD
Pathfinder Platinum 4WD Hybrid $44,350 USD
Destination and Handling $860.

The new Pathfinder Hybrid also uses an advanced, next-generation Xtronic CVT® (Continuously Variable Transmission) and features regenerative braking to automatically recharge the battery during braking by converting the vehicle's kinetic energy otherwise lost in braking. Like the conventional models, it is also the only vehicle in class*** with selectable 2WD, Auto or 4WD Lock modes from the available intuitive ALL-MODE 4x4-i system. Standard towing rating for the adventure-ready Pathfinder Hybrid is 3,500 pounds (when properly equipped).

Visually the Pathfinder Hybrid is marked by exclusive, efficient LED taillights and Nissan PUREDRIVE® Hybrid badges. In addition, special hybrid system information screens are added to the instrument panel's Advanced Drive-Assist™ Display. The customizable, easy-to-read 4.2-inch color monitor can show power output readings from the electric motor and gas engine, along with how much power is being regenerated back into the battery.

In addition to the new Pathfinder Hybrid, Pathfinder is available in four 3.5-liter V6 models: S, SV, SL and Platinum, each offered in 4WD and 2WD. Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Prices* (MSRP) for the 2014 Nissan Pathfinder 3.5-liter V6 include:
Pathfinder S 2WD $28,850 USD
Pathfinder SV 2WD $32,110 USD
Pathfinder SL 2WD $35,050 USD
Pathfinder Platinum 2WD $39,750 USD
Pathfinder S 4WD $30,450 USD
Pathfinder SV 4WD $33,710 USD
Pathfinder SL 4WD $36,650 USD
Pathfinder Platinum 4WD $41,350 USD
Destination and Handling $860.

About Nissan North America
In North America, Nissan's operations include automotive styling, engineering, consumer and corporate financing, sales and marketing, distribution and manufacturing. Nissan is dedicated to improving the environment under the Nissan Green Program and has been recognized as an ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year in 2010, 2011, and 2012 by the U.S Environmental Protection Agency. More information on Nissan in North America and the complete line of Nissan and Infiniti vehicles can be found online at www.NissanUSA.com and www.InfinitiUSA.com, or visit the Americas media sites NissanNews.com and InfinitiNews.com.

About Nissan
Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., Japan's second-largest automotive company, is headquartered in Yokohama, Japan, and is part of the Renault-Nissan Alliance. Operating with more than 248,000 employees globally, Nissan provided customers with more than 4.8 million vehicles in 2011, generating revenue of 9.4 trillion yen ($118.95 billion US). With a strong commitment to developing exciting and innovative products for all, Nissan delivers a comprehensive range of 64 models under the Nissan and Infiniti brands. A pioneer in zero-emission mobility, Nissan made history with the introduction of the Nissan LEAF, the first affordable, mass-market, pure-electric vehicle and winner of numerous international accolades, including the prestigious 2011-2012 Car of the Year Japan and 2011 World Car of the Year awards.

For more information on our products, services and commitment to sustainable mobility, visit our website at http://www.nissan-global.com/EN/.


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      Greg
      • 1 Year Ago
      When is Nissan going to make another Altima Hybrid???
      • 1 Year Ago
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        leo
        • 1 Year Ago
        the mdx gets no where near 26mpg city. most of us don't live on a freeway ramp, so this will average much better mpg than the mdx, but I think you will miss the point again considering you missed it the first time
        pavsterrocks
        • 1 Year Ago
        Go check fuelly. The MDX hits nowhere near its rated MPG. Will the pathfinder hybrid hit its numbers? Only time will tell - but the regular pathfinder is already pretty close the MDX in mileage and this can only be better.
          • 1 Year Ago
          @pavsterrocks
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          chanonissan
          • 1 Year Ago
          DWL ,I second that bro
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        chanonissan
        • 1 Year Ago
        although the MDX is a V6, it achieve that 28 MPG highway only on 4 cylinders,not the total 6, due to honda VCM, and it can only get it under light load conditions and acceleratios, in city the MDX get 20 MPG that is not matching this hybrid system 25 MPG. combined it now where near the hybrid system of 26 MPG.
      blasds78
      • 1 Year Ago
      There are no attractive Nissans. Not one.
      Zoom
      • 1 Year Ago
      YAWWWWWWWN
      Andy Grey
      • 1 Year Ago
      No thanks, I 'd rather get a Grand Cherokee for that kind of money.
        Greg
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Andy Grey
        Who cross-shops a Jeep Grand Cherokee and Nissan Pathfinder???
        pavsterrocks
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Andy Grey
        No third row. How can you compare these two vehicles? I'd rather buy a used Cayenne Turbo or X5. But I need a decent third row.
          blasds78
          • 1 Year Ago
          @pavsterrocks
          He didn't compare the vehicles for passenger space. His point is about the value for his money.
      Rotation
      • 1 Year Ago
      Those increases do not comprise a "hefty boost".
      Joe
      • 1 Year Ago
      Jazzor, Same here. My wife and I own a Mitsubishi Outlander Sport, that has selectable 2wd, 4wd or 4wd lock, that gets us through every New England winter, and camping in the summer, yet still gets 30 mpg easy. The other day she drove home from work (freeway) and ran some errands in Boston and still got a combined 28.5 mpg according to the realtime meter (which is accurate according to our fill ups). Soooo, for 35K the Nissan base model HYBRID gets WORSE MPG than the Outlander or Outlander Sport NON HYBRIDs. Plus my fully loaded Outlander Sport gets a 100 K warranty, better MPG (with navi, 4 foot panoramic moonroof, HIDs, 4wd and Rockford Fosgate sound system) and costs 10K less than a stripped base Pathfinder Hybrid. People need to look beyond the logo and stop being sheep of "oh its a Toyota" or name recognition and research what is out there. There are better offerings for a better price.
        NightFlight
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Joe
        Why are you comparing a much smaller, lighter CUV to the much larger Pathfinder that has three usable rows? Mitsubishi is going to end up pulling out of the US market. I wouldn't buy a vehicle from them for that reason alone. Mitsubishi is nearly dead in the US, and the new Outlander has been getting terrible reviews.
          Bill
          • 1 Year Ago
          @NightFlight
          Mitsubishi stock price double a year ago... it made 400 million profit last year...
          Bill
          • 1 Year Ago
          @NightFlight
          Nissan Pathfinder interior volume 157.8 cu ft, Outlander 138.5.... just 11 % larger for the Pathfinder. Maybe Outlander terrible reviews because they cut back on advertising.
          Joe
          • 1 Year Ago
          @NightFlight
          I am comparing them because A) the larger Outlander also has three rows, and without being a hybrid, has better MPG than a hybrid nissan. All for 5-10K in savings. So recap: Same amount of seats and size, better MPG (even without being a hybrid) and saving 10K. -or- If someone is so concerned with MPGs that it is their DEFINING trait, there are options like the Outlander Sport that have -4wd -suv ground clearnace and cargo area -get better MPG than a hybrid. I can't understand how marketing teams or companies would believe people should be so SHEEPISH as to hear the word "hybrid" and throw down 42,000, when there are better options that are non hybrids that get better miles per gallon FOR LESS. AS FOR THE PULLING OUT OT US: FACT: Mitsubishi sells as many cars per month as VOLVO. Without fail, yet no one is saying Volvo is pulling out. Fact: September "By the numbers" here: Mitsubishi Sep. 2013: 4001 sold Volvo Sep: 2013: 4188 sold They sell all over the world, and even better in foreign markets than here. Mitsubishi proves their engineering by having a better warranty and better MPGs than Nissan. But people will discredit it, rather than accept that not everything with a hybrid badge on it is worth 42K.
      groingo
      • 1 Year Ago
      A HEFTY Boost with Hybrid to 28, from a V6....that's a joke right?
      zizixx89
      • 1 Year Ago
      Hopefully the hybrid titan and armada will have have 300+ hp
      chambo622
      • 1 Year Ago
      Worse MPG than the Highlander, but it is cheaper.
        Jesse Gurr
        • 1 Year Ago
        @chambo622
        This also has 3 rows where the Highlander does not.
          Mike
          • 1 Year Ago
          @Jesse Gurr
          Are you sure about that?
          Jesse Gurr
          • 1 Year Ago
          @Jesse Gurr
          Let me check...Oh you're right. Didn't see it the first time. Thought it was only available on the gas only model. My bad. :D
          bonehead
          • 1 Year Ago
          @Jesse Gurr
          The highlander 3rd row is useless even for kids. It practically sits on the floor with no legroom.
      Deneway
      • 1 Year Ago
      Proof that a 2.5 turbo hybrid gasser doesn't make a difference. Now go try a diesel instead.
      MonK
      • 1 Year Ago
      Why buy a wimpy Pathfinder when I can get a Durango with 8 speed. Duh!
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