Nissan has tweaked its Pathfinder 4x4 range, slimming down the trims available from four to three.
Out go S, SE, SVE and T-Spec, which are replaced with Trek, Sport and Aventura trims.
Trek Pathfinders cost £22,995 and have alloy wheels, climate control and a CD player as standard.
Sport trim costs £25,595, but buyers also recieve seven seats, roof rails, privacy glass and CD changer. Other goodies include a satellite-navigation system, cruise control and automatic windscreen wipers and headlights.
Aventura-trimmed models start at £28,595 for the 2.5 dCi and £30,895 for the 4.0 V6 and come with leather upholstery, heated front seats and xenon headlights.
Buyers should still haggle for discounts, however. Our Target Price experts reckon a 4.5% saving on the list price is achievable now, and even larger discounts could be available in a month or so. Check out the latest prices on whatcar.com before you buy.
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