Love, love, love this car! Transitioning from a van and I couldn't be happier. Although not quite as roomie, the space and third row seating is very functional for my needs...not to mention that it is so much more sporty. After test driving this vehicle the Infinity JX35 was the next one to try. I didn't even get off the lot...I preferred the smooth ride and the interior comfort of the Pathfinder that much. I've never had all the bells and whistles that are part of this model and I'm really enjoying them.
The Nissan Pathfinder was our way of getting somewhere close to the luxury of the Armada (what we wanted) without the extra leg room or the higher price tag....we knew there would be trade-offs with not paying for the Armada, but it's just not worth what we got. One of my boys (10 yrs old) gets car sick every time he gets in the car. We paid to have a DVD system put into the vehicle which won't actually work the way it should. The USB port won't read the movies we have on it at all. I have tried to adjust myself in the front seat and bonked my head more times than I can count just trying to sit up. There is a severe tremble during idle when the A/C is running which drives my husband nutty.
Great for hauling a lot of 'stuff' or people. Ride is smooth & handles nicely. I really loved the fact that it had a factory ball & hitch which came in handy when I had to haul a 6' X 10' trailer over 380 miles with both the Pathfinder & trailer loaded to the max. The engine handled the 'haul' perfectly.
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