For 2023, Nissan is expanding its Pathfinder offering with the Rock Creek variant. It features an 18-inch all-terrain tire on a set of distinctive wheels, a slightly raised suspension, a new front grille, a lower bumper, and standard all-wheel drive. In the Rock Creek model, the V-6's output increased to 295 horsepower. The interior of the Rock Creek differs from that of the standard Pathfinder thanks to unique cloth and vinyl upholstery, orange stitching, and Rock Creek insignia on the center console and seats.
Nissan is introducing the Ariya SUV, which will be on sale in the United States in the fall of 2022, to its lineup of electric vehicles. The Ariya will join the Nissan Leaf hatchback in the showroom and have a greater maximum driving range of 304 miles than the Leaf's 226 miles. The Ariya's design is a departure from many of Nissan's existing models, which have sharp, angular lines. The Ariya differs from the Rogue by having a low, broad stance that gives it a sportier appearance. A 63.0-kWh battery is standard, while a bigger 87.0-kWh pack is optional. Front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive will also be an option. There will be a plethora of convenient amenities, entertainment technology, and driver assistance systems.
Nissan Enhances Certified Pre-Owned Program to Include Older Models and Select Non-Nissan Vehicles
The Nissan Certified Pre-Owned program allows customers to buy pre-owned vehicles that are adequately checked by the company. Usually, Nissan inspects and reconditions these vehicles before availing them to customers.
Customers face a reduced risk when they buy these certified pre-owned vehicles than when they go for non-certified vehicles sold by individuals. Nissan-certified cars go through a 167-point comprehensive inspection conducted by a Nissan-trained technician.