I just purchased this pathfinder. We looked at everything, 4runner, Escape, liberty, exconoix, etc... This was the most car for the money. I would have paid the same or 4 to 5,000 more for the other vehicles. This is much bigger than the other suvs. It was a lot less expensive as the 4runner. We even looked at the honda ridgeline, it was 33,000. So far this is a great fun suv. It looks good, has plenty of room inside, fun to drive, great cd player, good information center, good lights for night driving, great steering, tight steering, so so on gas usage, so far 15.6 mpg. in the city. Can't expect great gas milage with this size vehicle. Seats fold flat, good cargo area,great a/c.
love the looks of this suv,like the a/c,love the c/d player, love the room in the back for storage, good pick up this engine can move,looks nicer than the xtera and is still rugged, comes with running boards and top rails, seats are comfortable,like having rear seat a/c vents availble to use.
would like automatic locks when the suv is turned on or at 20mgh. On this model you have to lock the door it doesn't automatically lock for you,Would like the center console top to slide forward like in the Altima. Everyone wants better gas mileage no matter what you drive.That's about it
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