I bought my 99 Pathfinder used in 2006 with 109,000 miles on it.
Since then I have put another 100,000 miles on it, driven back and forth across the country 3 times and used my car frequently in off road/snowy conditions.
I treat my cars pretty roughly, but Pathfinder never gave me any problems.
If you are looking for a reliable truck that performs excellently in snow and off road conditions
this could be a great car for you.
She is a reliable commuter car, but does not get great MPG.
Beware, though, the 99 comes in a 99.5 model.
This means that finding the right parts can be a bit laborious - it seems as if Nissan mixed and matched parts when they made the 99.5.
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