So, far we've been very impressed with our SL Pathfinder.
The Tech Package seems like a worthwhile option with the Navigation as well as the Bose Waveguide system.
The SUV drives like a car; extremely smooth and capable.
Some reviews take a shot at the Pathfinder's V6 as being sluggish, but let me tell you, the car has no problems accelerating quickly up to 80mph when passing; its very responsive.
Front and back seat room is ample, and the cargo area isn't shabby either.
The leather seating and surfaces are soft, and supple.
I'm not a fan of some of the plastics used, but hey, its not an Infiniti.
Provided the car holds up mechanically, the Pathfinder will be ours for years to come.
Leather seating, Navigation system, Bose Radio system, excellent gas mileage (especially on the highway), tight turning radius and overall handling for a vehicle of its size.
Some of the interior plastics (such as surrounding the stero/environmental controls and the door latches) are basic and a little cheap looking.
It's a shame, because most of the other interior materials are befitting a SUV with a $38k MSRP.
Had Nissan spent the extra couple of bucks for some real brushed aluminum, this car would be perfect.
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