1 Oct 2013
Nissan’s fourth-generation Pathfinder saw many sweeping changes to the model that resulted in making it less of an off-roader and more of a city slicker.
Available in three different trims and either front- or all-wheel-drive, this new generation SUV saw Nissan dropping the diesel engine choice, opting to power the Pathfinder exclusively with a 3.5-litre V6 rated at 190kW/325N.
Entry level ST variants got push-button start, Bluetooth connectivity, USB audio input, electronically adjustable driver’s seat, 18-inch wheels, cloth interior and climate control for all three rows of seats.
Mid-spec ST-L adds heated side view mirrors, fog lamps, sunroof, heated seats and leather interior, while range-topping Ti adds cooled seats, a surround view camera, satellite navigation and power tailgate.
A petrol-electric hybrid-powered version arrived in August 2014.
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