2014 Nissan Pathfinder

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I was filled with joy when I saw the brand new 2014 Nissan Pathfinder for a couple of reasons. First off was the front fascia, and how it gave me hope that Nissan would apply the same design principal on the new Nissan Patrol, which is one of the greatest off-roaders there is. The second was how elegant and reminiscent the design structure played out in achieving an overall beautiful SUV that has Nissan written all over it. The last would be that Nissan is ditching the boxy one line flow they used to portray in all their older models, by giving the 2013 Nissan Pathfinder a muscular curvy shape.

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Now if I were to tell you that the car had a lot of chrome accents, you may have been bothered. But the 2013 Nissan Pathfinder merges theme so seamlessly that they actually add value to the design concept. Let’s not forget about the prominent grille which merges into a U shape, discounting the older boxy {H} shape. The headlights look angular and fancy, you can even equip the car with a large glass moon roof with a sliding front section seen in newer luxury cars.

The interior of the all-new 2014 Nissan Pathfinder is delightful and simple, it is exactly what you would expect from a simple Nissan off-roader.  But don’t let that fool you, the Pathfinder has quite the tech-package inside, you will find that it is possible to seat seven passengers and more with a reclining 3rd row seats. Other features include remote engine start, leather seats, cooled and heated seats, Navigation system with Bluetooth, Bose premium Audio system via 13 speakers, Dual climate control, a rear view monitor and top view four camera parking system, and the tri-zone entertainment system.

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The 2014 Nissan Pathfinder will be available with a 254 hp 3.5 Litre V6 that is connected to the next generation Xtronic CVT. The three row crossover full size SUV Pathfinder can handle most of the rough terrain you throw at it. We reckon that the engineering department had a lot to do with it. With 4.5 inches increase in width and 500 pounds of weight reduction from the previous Pathfinder, and a better gearbox that reduces internal friction by 40% giving the mighty Pathfinder better fuel economy. The 2013 Nissan Pathfinder can tow up to 2270 kilograms thanks to its steel re-enforced belt which replaces the chain drive.

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