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Used 2008 Nissan Pathfinder for Sale

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4.5 out of 5(35 reviews)

Nissan Pathfinder

Went from a domestic mid-size passenger van to the Nissan Pathfinder & LOVE IT !! No, not as much room but I never really used all the room in my van anyway. The QUALITY I remember from owning a Nissan Maxima in the past is revisited in the Pathfinder. Nissan definitely puts out a solid product and has for at least a decade. As a female, it takes some " UMPH " to steer but I love it! It has OUTSTANDING power, smooth ride and can be driven as aggressively as you feel comfortable with, just ask my husband, please excuse the expletive but it " HAULS BOOTY !! " Highly recommended product, a great value for the price paid. I recently had to drive thru flood water (live Houston TX)& was impressively equally as tall as a full size truck and able to handle it without a problem, luckily. WE LOVE OUR NISSAN !!

- J&W, 2008 Nissan Pathfinder

my used 2008 nissan pathfinder

I purchase this car in June, 2012, and so far it has been a great car, very comfortable for city driving and specially on long trips, which are going to be very seldom due to gas prices going up, that is the only drawback with this car, it uses a lot of gas for today's prices. Also, at the beginning, the car felt a little heavy to drive, even though you can also feel the powerful engine too, kind of a contradiction there. I am getting used to the feel of the car. Overall, I am very pleased with this car, I really love it, I just wished it didn't use so much gas (17-20 mpg).

- nissan fan, 2008 Nissan Pathfinder

Love the Pathfinder

This is my 3rd Nissan Pathfinder to own. My first was a 1990 which I loved. I must have - since I put over 200,000 miles on it. Roomy and confortable it was. I am a 6'7" 385 pund man who likes the extra leg and stomach space (hate a vehicle that the steering wheel rubs a hole in my shirt or pants). Gas mileage was good for the year it was. Since then (2 Pathfinders later) mileage improvements have been made to help offset the high price of gasoline. My 2nd was a 2005, which had more features than the first, except 4 WD. I missed my 4WD drive (for going to the mountains at CHristmas and New Years) that I traded up to the 2008 with 4wd, 6 way power leather heated seats, heated steering wheel, Bose sound with Sirrus XM radio (I am a top forty DJ of the 60's and 70's, so I love the oldies channel.) I am getting about 14 MPG in town and over 21 on the road. The power sunroof makes my girlfriend and I feel like riding in my 60's convertable. The rear camera is a feature I don't know how I did without, and the DVD player keeps the grandkids quiet while on a trip. I have the dark blue which is a beautiful color. I would recomend the Pathfinder to anyone in the market for a SUV. At 65, my 51 year old girlfriend says I am the oldest teenager (still doing radio shows with 50's - 70's music) in the US, so take a look, take a drive, and buy a Pathfinder.You will be glad you did!

- Cousin Bill, 2008 Nissan Pathfinder

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