2014 Nissan PathfinderMost Disappointed lady - Memphis, TN12/01/2015
This car is large and the ride is okay, but it is missing so much of the basics that a luxury car should have, It does not remind you to put on your seat belt, it doesn't lock automatically, the rear view mirrors to not adjust, the back door does not open and close must of the time like it should, the remote does not start the car unless it is close to the no key entry most of the time, if you heat the driver's seat you also heat the passenger's seat as well, the nagivation system doesn't work in all states. It doesn't give information for MS and I live 15 minutes from MS in TN. I can go on and on.
2015 Nissan PathfinderLori Bingham - Las Vegas, NV03/11/2016
Big but not too big and very comfortable ride. The interior has everything a luxury car has. I have had the Infiniti 56 (two of them) - the 500 series Mercedes SUV this has been a good compromise for retirement and cost effective without losing the features I enjoy in my auto.
I love Pathfinders but this body style is got to go-otherwise I would give it five stars
I do like the inside of the car with the leather seats, the Sirius radio but the control panel is impossible to work unless you read every thing in the manual and even then it's impossible to figure out how to change the Sirius radio back to FM. The other thing I am a total Pathfinder person-my previous Pathfinder was a 2008 and I loved the body style and that's what I wanted but could not get it with the newer car which is irritating., Every car I see on the road is exactly like my Pathfinder now and there's no distinction, looks more like a luxury vehicle than a real SUV even though I like things about the the car if I could exchange it for the older model for body style, I would. Why make a good car so unoriginal as far as style goes?
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