The Nissan Pathfinder underwent a complete redesign and build back in 2013. The models that followed were basically solid improvements and enhancement of the 2013 model. For example, the 2017 Pathfinder was fitted with a 24-horsepower for the engine and greater towing ability from the previous models. Other features for the 2017 model included an 8-inch touch-screen entertainment system and a rearview camera. The 2018 model also had some introductions including a rear-seat alert system, and an automatic emergency braking system.
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The 3-row Pathfinder is a seven-seater. The upholstery cloth is standard, and one can select the power-adjustable front seats, ventilated, heated and leather upholstery front seats. The seats on the second row are much lower. Compared to some 3-row SUVs back seats, the Pathfinder can easily fit three small adults. The second row can be slid to allow access to the rear.
The earlier version Pathfinders had poor interior designs, but there was an improvement in the 2017 designs, and they even look better in the 2018 designs. The materials are of durable quality, but they can’t match the premium SUVs modern seats.
The 2018 Nissan Pathfinder features 16 cubic feet cargo space even when all the seats are under use. When the last row seas are folded more space is created about 47.8 cubic feet. When both second and third rows are folded, there is a total of 79.8 cubic feet space.
The standard features installed in the Nissan Pathfinder include Bluetooth, auto climate control device, six USB-ports, HD Radio, hands-free text messaging, 8-inch touch screen system, a six-speaker stereo system, voice recognition and satellite radio amongst others.
The 2018 pathfinder is fitted with a V6 engine and a CVT (continuously variable automatic transmission) that yields 284 horsepower and a torque of 256. The vehicle has the ability to pick up very fast from a stop, with heavy power duty to pass and merge on the highway.
The Nissan Pathfinder economizes fuel, yielding 27 mpg on the highway and 20 mpg in town. This consumption is not perfect but is ideal for a V6-powered midsize SUV. In comparison, the 2018 Chevy Traverse can yield 27/18 mpg highway/city.
When moving around the corners, the vehicle has controlled body lean. The controlled body lean is caused by a tightened suspension, which also generates a stiff ride. This can be observed when hitting a pothole or bump. The Pathfinder front-wheels are standard, but the 4W system is optional. This allows the driver to switch from 2WD, full-time 4WD or automatic 4WD.
The Pathfinder obtained a top rating of Good in every area that was tested. The rating was done by the Insurance for Highway Safety.
The Nissan Pathfinder New Jersey is definitely a bargain for the price placed on it, especially in regards to safety. It has a rear-view camera and an automatic ranking system for emergencies. The 2018 Pathfinder model comes with Rear Door Alert System, allowing the drivers to check their back seat before exiting.
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