Reported to debut at the NAIAS 2016.
The 2016 Nissan Pathfinder was spotted testing, and CarAdvice has posted spyshots of the facelifted model, revealing the changes we can expect, with respect to the exterior design.
Upon first glance, it's clear that the facelifted Pathfinder will be getting a revised front-end, featuring a new grille design with horizontal slats, sleeker headlamps with new clusters, re-profiled front and rear bumpers and an updated taillamp design.
Not much can be said about the interior, as details are scarce. It is likely to have small updates to the infotainment and MID displays, and new interior colors that freshen the cabin.
Under the hood, Car Advice reports that it will retain the current model's engine lineup, which will include a supercharged 2.5-litre four-cylinder petrol hybrid setup and a conventional 3.5-litre V6 petrol variant. The only transmission option is an XTronic CVT option, while a All-Mode 4x4-i Intuitive 4WD system is also offered.
[Source: Car Advice]