The exterior remains conservative, with Nissan choosing to not include the angular headlights from Murano and Maxima.
The grille, hood and both front and rear fasciae have all been updated.
The Pathfinder features a lower coefficient of drag than before (0.326 vs. 0.34), which should help fuel economy.
Under that new hood lies an also-new engine.
The 3.5-liter V-6 puts out 284 horsepower and 259 pound-feet of torque, gains of 24 and 19, respectively.
Despite the bumps in power, fuel economy should stay the same.
Inside, the changes are fewer and farther between. There's a redesigned center console, some new trim finishers, an additional front USB port and a new cloth seat material.
The standard infotainment system is now an 8.0-inch touchscreen unit, with optional navigation and SiriusXM-powered connected services.
Safety systems on offer include Around View Monitor, blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, forward collision warning, autonomous emergency braking and adaptive cruise control.
Both pricing and on-sale date are TBD.