2015 Nissan PathfinderJoel Cress - Matthews, North Carolina06/20/2018
Nice but could be better 4 the money
2007 Nissan PathfinderFort Worth - Fort Worth, TX01/16/2011
The Nissan Pathfinder has excellent power and acceleration for a V-6. I find the ride and seats about average, better than a Kia SUV, but not as good as a Ford SUV or even F-150. This truck is very noisy for the price Nissan wants. I find it to be the noisiest SUV in it class. The gas mileage is really bad for a 4.0L V-6, much worse than the 4.0L Ford Explorer, but more power than the Ford, or even the Toyots 4-Runner or Highlander. With gas at $3-$4, a gallon, or more, this SUV can hurt you like a Chevy Suburban. Towing is better than most of the other mid-sized SUVs. It "heels over" in the turns, but doesn't give the feeling it will roll over. It could use a wider track. This is a good looking SUV, but it really needs to be updated, the design is several years old. It does give the feeling of a Frontier with an enclosed bed. Overall, I would recommend buying it, if you can get it for a fair price.
We love this car. It holds my family with room to spare. And there's room left over. Lots of storage. We often gold down back row when we go shopping or to the beach. My three children fit with room to spare in the middle row. And one is still in a car seat.
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