New Pathfinder and Navara prices

  • New diesel engine offers more power and better fuel economy
  • Changes inside and out with stability control now standard
  • Prices for Navara start at £19,807, Pathfinder starts at £28,495

Nissan has announced prices for the upgraded Pathfinder and Navara ranges that now feature new diesel engines and stability control as standard.

The Navara pick-up starts at £19,807 for the Acenta King Cab. The Tekna, available only in Double Cab form, costs from £24,389.50 for the manual or £25,682 for the automatic.

Extra standard features on the Navara Acenta include side and curtain airbags, stability control, front fog lights, new seat cloth, additional cabin storage. On the Tekna, pop-up headlight washers, speed limiter, power fold mirrors, MP3 aux input are all standard.

The Pathfinder Acenta 2.5 dCi 190 is priced at £28,495. The Tekna model, though, is available with either a six-speed manual (£31,595) or a five-speed automatic (£33,095).

Extra standard features on the Pathfinder Acenta include a clearer function for the instrument dials, new centre console and lidded storage box and MP3 aux input. On the Tekna there's a sat nav infotainment system with seven-inch colour touchscreen, new 18-inch wheels, headlight washers, speed limiter and new centre console with wood finish.

The new 188bhp four-cylinder diesel engine, for both models, offers an 11% increase in torque and improved performance over the existing engine. Carbon dioxide emissions are down by an average of 15% and official combined fuel economy is boosted from the outgoing models' 28.8mpg to 33.2mpg, The drop in CO2 emissions means that Pathfinder drops two tax bands.

There'll also be a new direct injection V6 turbodiesel in the line-up. Power output is 229bhp while maximum torque of 550Nm is delivered at 1,750rpm and is available all the way to 2,500 rpm, while as much as 500 Nm is available from 1,500 rpm.

Prices for the V6 diesel engine will be announced at a later date with deliveries starting in September.

Both models get a subtle rejig with a new bonnet and grille, along with redesigned headlights and two new body colours are available: slate and, for the Navara only, electric blue.

Inside there's new trim and fabrics for the door panels, centre console and seats. There's a clearer dashboard display, extra concealed storage tray and reworked switchgear. A simple-to-operate speed limiter has also been incorporated into the cruise control of the Tekna models.