If you looking to transport up to seven passengers and reasonable comfort the three row 2018 Nissan Pathfinder just might be the right vehicle for you. The Pathfinder used to be true SUV that road on a truck platform. It is recently redesigned to a car like crossover design. It rides smoothly in most forms and it’s revises continuously variable transmission that performs stimulated shifts that mimic a regular automatic. So keep with us to check out the new 2018 Pathfinder.
This actually the fourth generation of the Pathfinder and it was last redesigned in 2013 model year. Now as far as the styling goes on the vehicle we think it looks quite handsome and pretty rugged. The exterior mirrors are heated and it have roof rails on the top. The styling of the 20-inch alloy wheels are pretty god and they are not overdone. it have Halogen headlights and halogen fog lights. At the rear it have rear parking sensors, rear window wiper with the defroster LED turn and brake lights.
2018 Nissan Pathfinder Interior
The build quality and materials in this vehicle is pretty average for the class. build quality is pretty good for the most part not many panel gaps and everything fits well together. The materials on the most important spots are great like on the upper and middle door panel like on the armrest too and then on the dashboard there is a hard touch plastic with nice gaining. The steering wheel is pretty stylish and it is coated in leather. The center stack controls are pretty easy to use. Also a panoramic sum roof is available while the seating comfort is great.
under the hood of the Pathfinder is a very efficient drive-train 3.5-liter V-6 which can produce 260 horsepower at 6.400 rpm and 240 pound feet of torque at 4.400 rpm. If you get the front-wheel drive model EPA estimates are 20 city/ 27 hwy. the transmission is above mentioned CVT while front wheel is standard you can get the optional all-wheel drive. With the AWD the EPA fuel efficiency estimates are 19 mpg in the city and 15 mpg on the highway. The acceleration is achieved in 7.2 seconds and the top speed is average 121 miles per hour.
2018 Nissan Pathfinder Price
The price tag for this new 2018 Nissan Pathfinder is starting at $30,395 and goes up to $44,135. It is ranked 11th in the
mid-size three-row crossover and SUV segment. Main competitors are: Dodge Durango, Ford Explorer, Hyundai Santa Fe, Ford Flex and Mazda CX-9.