The Pathfinder was designed for the road less traveled. With three rows, an abundance of space and athletic features like LED headlights and roof rails this seven-passenger SUV was built for adventure. There’s also an available tri-zone infotainment system that keeps the kids happy when you decide to hit the road.
The Pathfinder has an available Panoramic Moonroof that allows for a room with a view, whichever seat you choose. It even stretches over all three rows of seats. It’s also a 2017 IIHS Top Safety Pick thanks to industry-leading technology. Starting at $32,998, the 2018 Nissan Qashqai makes sense for buyers that need an SUV they can rely on, no matter the terrain.
What Features Come With the Pathfinder?
S: The Pathfinder comes with a generous list of standard features. This includes tri-zone automatic climate control, 60/40-split folding second-row seat, Bluetooth capability, an 8-inch touchscreen interface, and dual USB media inputs. The rear passengers are hooked up with USB ports in the back. A rearview camera and keyless ignition are also included.
SV: Helpful features like automatic headlights, foglights, a power-adjustable driver seat, and a leather-wrapped steering wheel are added.
SL: Adds leather upholstery, a top-down 360-degree parking camera system, a power-adjustable passenger seat, heated second-row seats and a power liftgate.
Platinum: The Platinum trim has all the above features in addition to ventilated front seats, a power-adjustable steering wheel, and a gorgeous wood interior trim. A rear seat entertainment system with dual 8-inch headrest displays is also available.
Who Should Be Driving the Pathfinder?
The Pathfinder has a lot going on for itself. It’s got great safety scores including receiving a 5 star NHTSA safety rating. Features like forward collision warning, an emergency brake system, rear door alert system and back up camera all come standard in each trim. There’s also a plethora of tech to choose from, including a tri-zone entertainment system and NissanConnect.
- Fuel Efficiency
- Entertainment Tech
The Pathfinder has the space many growing families are looking for including an under-floor storage area. Finally, with features designed for off-path adventures and a solid fuel-efficiency for the value-conscious consumer, the Pathfinder makes sense for a lot of buyers.