2002 Nissan Pathfinder LE 2WD 4dr SUV (3.5L 6cyl 4A)
Before purchasing my Pathfinder, I drove several of the top brands and found them all lacking in one way or another. The Pathfinder combines car-like ride and handling with class-leading power in a luxurious package. The only down-side is the fuel economy, which is a trade-off for having 250 HP under the hood.
Luxury appointments I.E. power, heated, seats with memory, in-dash CD changer, auto headlights, and the Bose stereo with controls on the steering wheel.
Remote pop-up or roll-down for rear glass, lighted engine compartment, rear seat air vents, a power antenna, and better city fuel economy.
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