Meet the New 2019 Nissan Pathfinder Rock Creek Edition

Features on the New Nissan Pathfinder Rock Creek

If you want a car that is equally stylish, sporty, and sophisticated, take a look at the 2019 Rock Creek Nissan Pathfinder. While the Pathfinder family is known for providing plenty of opportunity for off-road adventure, the Rock Creek trim stands out for its even more impressive performance capabilities. From its appearance to its mechanical configuration and exterior amenities, it's apparent that this is one SUV that will stand up to your adventure challenges. There are a number of enticing standard amenities on the latest Rock Creek Pathfinder, as well as available add-on amenities and signature packages. So if you're considering the latest Rock Creek for your next car, or if you're wondering what it has to offer, this is what you can expect.

An Off-Road Appearance

Some automakers say their vehicles are designed for rugged off-road performance, but their exteriors make you second guess that. This is not the case for the 2019 Rock Creek Pathfinder, which looks every bit as rugged as Nissan claims (and the name suggests). The latest Pathfinder is equipped with updates that contribute to its distinct appearance. Some features also give it a utilitarian purpose. If you were to line the Rock Creek SUV up with the Pathfinder family, its signature black accents would set it apart from the others. This includes a black front grille (which features a chrome Nissan logo), black 18-inch wheels, and black-accented front and rear fascias. The Rock Creek also comes with sleek all-black roof rails that give it a streamlined look and help you transport bikes, boats, skis, or your weekend camping gear. The tires, which are accented with black splash guards, are wider than the Rock Creek's previous wheels. This provides even more balance, stability, and traction.

Performance

Nisan Pathfinder

This year, the Rock Creek is offered in both a two-wheel drive and a four-wheel drive configuration. Of the two, the four-wheel drive gives you even more capability on the back roads. Both configurations have the same towing capacity, however, which is a maximum of 6,000 pounds. The standard engine on the Rock Creek edition is a 3.5L V6 engine. This engine produces up to 284 HP at 6,400 RPM. Its maximum torque output is 259 LB-FT at 4,800 RPM. The Pathfinder comes standard with an automatic transmission. Hill start assist is standard on both the two-wheel drive and four-wheel drive configurations, but you'll only get hill descent control with the four-wheel drive version.

Interior Accessories and Convenience

While the 2019 Rock Creek SUV is designed to perform on the most difficult off-road terrain, you wouldn't guess it from the car's surprisingly lavish interior. You can ride comfortably for hours in the two-tone seats, which come in a soft leather material on the higher trim levels. A large panoramic sunroof is a highlight of the Rock Creek, as is the standard, user-friendly eight-inch infotainment screen. With available navigation and satellite radio, the Rock Creek is made to enhance your driving experience at every turn. A backup camera and three 12V power charging outlets are other highlights of the 2019 Rock Creek edition.

If you're looking for a car that will take you on all your most demanding adventures, and do so in comfort and style, the 2019 Rock Creek might just be the vehicle you need. Offered in seven paint colors and with plenty of packages and add-on amenities, there is no reason not to test drive the 2019 Rock Creek edition. Simply call or submit an online inquiry to arrange a test drive or ask us your Rock Creek questions.

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