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Nissan Holds Prices for 2012 Frontier, Pathfinder, and Xterra

By Jacob Brown | September 09, 2011
Nissan has announced prices for Frontier pickup truck, Pathfinder midsize SUV, and Xterra compact SUV for the 2012 model year, largely freezing prices at 2011 levels for its trio of smaller trucks and SUVs. Priced from $19,010, including an $810 destination charge, the base Frontier S King Cab soldiers on largely the same with a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine, rear-wheel drive, and a five-speed manual transmission as standard equipment. Pricing for a five-speed automatic pushes that figure up $1010. Up-level SV models push the price to $22,190 for four-cylinder models and add $590 to move up to Nissan’s 261-horsepower 4.0-liter V-6. Only the PRO-4X, Nissan’s off-road specialty truck, gets a price bump, with a new price of $30,130, a fairly substantial $1500 increase. When moving up to the Frontier Crew Cab with four full doors, prices begin at $23,020, carrying over 2011 levels. Pricing for the SV and SL models remain the same as they were in 2011 at $24,030 and $29,690, respectively. But the Crew Cab Frontier PRO-4X leaps up a substantial $1650 to $29,820. For the Pathfinder, Nissan’s midsize sport utility retains 2011 pricing for the base rear-wheel-drive SV at $29,380, including $810 for destination charges. Prices for all other models remain constant to their 2011 levels with the exception of the loaded rear-wheel-drive Pathfinder LE V6, which picks up $1400 to a total of $40,330. Four-wheel drive adds $2000 to the price of every Pathfinder model except for the Pathfinder LE V8, which comes standard with it. The top-rung V-8 model carries a base price of $44,260. As for the smaller, more off-road oriented Xterra SUV, it too retains last year’s levels as the Xterra X base model starts at $25,070, including $810 for destination and handling. Every other model keeps pricing stable, including the loaded Xterra PRO-4X that starts at $30,480 with a six-speed manual transmission. A five-speed automatic transmission is available for $1050 extra. For each of the three models, changes are limited to colors and options packages, adding a few more luxury features to top-line models as standard equipment like the in-dash navigation system that was previously an $1850 option on the Pathfinder LE. Look for the 2012 Frontier, Pathfinder, and Xterra to land in showrooms sometime this month. Source: Nissan
  • 2011 Nissan Frontier Front
  • 2011 Nissan Frontier Rear
  • 2011 Nissan Pathfinder Front Overhead
  • 2011 Nissan Pathfinder Front Quarter
  • 2011 Nissan Xterra Pro4x
  • 2011 Nissan Xterra Pro4x Frontjpg
 
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