Just one year after the introduction of the all-new Nissan Pathfinder SUV, the new, bolder, off-road-inspired 2023 Pathfinder Rock Creek joins the Nissan lineup. Offered in four-wheel drive only, Pathfinder Rock Creek is designed for buyers seeking a higher level of fun and adventure, without compromising the family comfort and conveniences of other Pathfinder grade levels. Key additions found on the Rock Creek version include: Off-road tuned suspension with 5/8-inch lift 18-inch beadlock-style wheels mounted with all-terrain tires Tubular roof rack with up to 220-pound load capacity Exclusive front fascia with dark V-motion grille and mesh insert Rock Creek badging Exclusive leatherette + fabric seats with Rock Creek embroidery Orange contrast stitching on the seats, steering wheel, instrument panel, center console and door panels Standard Intelligent Around View® Monitor with Off-Road Mode Other standard equipment includes a tow hitch receiver and harness, 6,000-pound maximum towing capacity, 2nd row captain's chairs and LED fog lights. It will be available in six mono-tone exterior colors and four two-tone exterior combinations, complementing the aggressive exterior design. 2023 Pathfinder Rock Creek also offers increased available horsepower (295 hp versus 284) and torque (270 lb-ft versus 259) over the standard grades when using premium fuel1, due to revised fuel mapping.
SEAT Ateca Xperience Design in Dark Camouflage
SEAT is refreshing its successful Ateca with the introduction of the 2020 version. The revamped vehicle will build on its SUV attributes, adding a refreshed and more emotional appearance both inside and outside, a fully connected user experience, improved levels of safety, comfort and efficiency. The SEAT Ateca is designed and developed in Barcelona, and produced in Kvasiny (Czech Republic), refreshing the line-up of SUVs, alongside the compact Arona and larger Tarraco, in a segment that is growing every year in popularity as customers look for design and function in a single package.
The updated Trafic also impresses with its further optimized functionality. This is evidenced by details such as the electrically folding exterior mirrors and a large number of storage spaces in the interior. Thanks to new storage compartments and storage areas, the new best-in-class value of up to 88 liters of storage space is now available in the interior, 54 liters of which are under the passenger seat alone. As part of the facelift, Renault is also equipping the Trafic with the EASY LINK online multimedia and navigation system. The system is extremely user-friendly and has an 8.0-inch (20.3-centimeter) touchscreen and enables smartphone integration via Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The updated Trafic also marks a major step forward in terms of driver assistance systems. The adaptive cruise control, high beam assistant, lane departure warning and blind spot warning will be available for the transporter in the future. Another new feature for the model is traffic sign recognition with a speed warning. The trailer stability control, front, rear and side parking aids as well as the reversing camera complete the list of assistance systems. Four economical and high-torque turbo diesel engines are available for the Trafic, covering the power range from 110 to 170 hp and meeting the criteria of the Euro 6d-Full emissions standard. All four engines have automatic start-stop and are combined with the manual switch box. The Blue dCi 150 and Blue dCi 170 are also optionally available with the EDC dual clutch transmission.
With the launch of its new generation, the New Opel Grandland deepens the adventurous spirit, the dynamic and sporty line and the comfortable and high-standing interior that have made it a reference SUV in Spain and in the main European markets. This model is again characterized by the premiere of intelligent technologies, designed to make driving easier and safer. Opel has chosen the Sierra de Ayllón as a setting to enjoy this new SUV concept in Spain, an area full of surprising natural landscapes and small, picturesque villages where authentic architectural gems can be found. Without going any further, in Ayllón you can travel back in time by entering through its medieval Arch, stopping in front of the Palacio de Contreras or contemplating the Church of San Miguel. As lighting is one of the strong points of this new generation of the Grandland, Opel has decided to pay tribute to the new Intelli-Lux LED® Pixel technology with a magical candlelight concert, in which the multifaceted Florencia Aragón will display everything his talent and sensitivity.