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Nissan's Pathfinder and Navara tweaks

08 June 2007

The Nissan Pathfinder 4x4 and Navara pick-up models have been given minor upgrades.

The Pathfinder 4x4 now has a new design of six-spoke 17-inch alloy wheels, while the wing mirrors come with integrated turn indicators and lamps that light the ground around the door as standard.

Improvements to the cabin equipment and load area include the addition of aluminium kick plates on the front doors and tailgate, footwell illumination and cosmetic changes to the centre console on Sport and Aventura models.

The Navara's Outlaw and Aventura models will benefit from the same external and internal styling changes. All Pathfinder and Navara models will also have the option of Bluetooth phone integration, which works through the car's stereo system.

In addition, Pathfinders with manual gearboxes will now be equipped with Uphill Start Support (USS), which allows drivers to perform hill-starts without rolling back. The system is already fitted as standard on Pathfinders with automatic gearboxes.

New colour options on both models are called Emotion Red and Flint Grey.

Prices for each car are unchanged.

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