The manufacturer has not clearly said if 2020 Nissan Pathfinder comes as a redesigned model or not. Since they have not said anything yet, we believe that the new Pathfinder is actually the old one, before the full redesign happens next year. If we are right, the model should have only a few changes, mostly in details and equipment in the cabin.
Looking at the overall design of the 2020 Nissan Pathfinder we cannot deny that there are still a lot of similarities with the Toyota RAV4 and maybe Honda Crosstour, but mostly in the front end. There should be the same V-shaped chromatic grille with wide horizontal bars and old-fashioned LED lights. The rear end is slightly rounded, containing not much changed rear lights. There are thin rails on the almost flat roof, providing a look of the sporty and vehicle for the heavy load (which Pathfinder actually is). The vehicle is driven on 18-inch wheels that grow to the 20-inch in higher trims.
2020 Nissan Pathfinder inside has a great combination of the modernity and classical design end equipment. The reason is a very simple design of the cabin, made to be favorable for a wide range of the buyers. The model comes as eight-seat version, with still tight second and the third row. However, there is great quality upholstery in standard model and leather in higher trims. The manufacturer has put the best in class it represents, like Bose audio system, leather upholstery, heated seats and a steering wheel, and a surround-view camera, all controlled by buttons on the 8-inch touchscreen.
As in other details, the engine in 2020 Nissan Pathfinder should remain the same as before. It means 3.5-liter V6 petrol unit with 284 horsepower of strength and 259 pound-feet of torque. It comes as front and all-wheel driving system. Depending on it the fuel economy changes. The best numbers have front-wheel driving combination when is driving on the highway- even 27 mpg. Pathfinder is also one of the strongest vehicles in the class with even 6,000 pounds that can tow.
2020 Nissan Pathfinder Release Date and Price
There are few possible scenarios about the releasing date and design of the new 2020 Nissan Pathfinder. If our predictions are true, the redesigned model should be on the market 2021, so this time Pathfinder comes as only slightly changed from the current model. In that way, the new model should be on the market in the middle of the year. The starting price is logically the same as before, meaning $32,000 for the base model and $50,000 for the fully equipped model.