I purchased a Pathfinder almost 2 years ago, used.
The seats were found to be so uncomfortable, my husband ALWAYS complained about how they felt like sitting on plywood.
The center console, (where you rest your arm), always made a cracking sound when leaned on, and eventually broke.The backseat cupholder was sort of loose, and eventually broke off too.
Then, when the car hit 95,000 miles, my "Service Engine Soon" light came on.
Advance Auto put the computer on it, and said it was just the way I had put the gas cap back on and it would go off.
It did, but when I filled up again, it came back on.
I got lucky & got rid of it, I knew it was about to become expensive to repair- JUNK
Sunroof, Bose stereo system, 3rd row seat
Nissan should make their seats more comfortable, and fix all the engine/ transmission problems.
When they do a 'recall', they should not be allowed to limit the mileage, if it's a recall, it's a recall, that means there's a flaw with their design, or engineering, it shouldn't matter how many miles are on a vehicle.
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