As this being my first car, I've had a excellent experience with it. It drives nicely, enough room for my friends, and plenty of space!
2012 Nissan PathfinderC - Merriam, KS09/08/2014
Great versatility for my 3 growing boys & hauling stuff for my growing business.
Feels safe, powerful, gets average MPG for size
2007 Nissan PathfinderGearsgirl - San Diego, CA03/29/2011
After driving for several weeks, my 2007 Pathfinder has performed well mechanically. I'm 5'3" and find it easy to adjust for my size; the foot pedals also adjust and seats are comfortable. Power and breaking are impressive and I've found it gets about 15 MPG on average. The undercarriage has an annoying squeak when going over minor bumps in the road, but I love the Bose sound system and minimize the squeak by turning up the stereo ;) The rear door assembly for the first aid kit was missing and the hatch for the spare tire and tools is nearly impossible to open. I give low ratings for interior finish quality; fabric on doors appears faded/mismatched, should be charcoal gray or black but has a purple tint; floor mats do not match and fit poorly; a thin plastic coating around shift assembly trim is peeling badly (looks like skin after a bad sunburn). It's great to drive; smooth, roomy and seats 7 in a pinch. Rear seats fold flat to configure to your needs. I can't wait to take it on trips with bikes or a trailer as long as gas prices don't make it impossible.
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