Interior treats include two-tone seating and high-contrast stitching, premium metallic interior trim, and Rock Creed embroidery and badging.
Available on the middle SV and SL trims in two- or all-wheel drive, it takes $995 to put the Rock Creek suit on a Pathfinder. Nissan says that price saves $1,315 compared to speccing the options separately.
If buyers want to spend those savings on more goodies, the SV Rock Creek Edition Technology Package will cost another $980. That adds a host of infotainment extras like NissanConnect, plus heated front seats, heated steering wheel, and heated side mirrors. The options would cost $1,250 ordered separately.
The SL Rock Creek Edition Premium Package costs $2,110, but the savings are slippery here. The Premium Package on a standard SL AWD costs $2,650, and gets you a dual panoramic moonroof, 13-speaker Bose stereo, tow hitch, and 20-inch wheels on 235/55 rubber. This looks like Nissan subtracted $540 from the standard package, since the Rock Creek exterior package already includes 18-inch wheels on wider tires, and a tow hitch.
The Pathfinder Rock Creek Edition goes on sale in the spring. We'll have pictures from the Chicago Auto Show floor.