Reviews the 2013 Nissan Pathfinder

As Nissan hustles to catch up to competitors like Ford, Honda and Toyota in the growing three-row crossover market, the stylishly reimagined 2013 Pathfinder helps the automaker make up some ground by striking a balance between drivability and efficiency. reviewer Kelsey Mays says the Pathfinder's passing power and towing capacity are diminished with the new 3.5-liter V-6 engine; cargo space and tech features could also be better. Still, he says, the crossover’s comfortable interior and lighter, more-fuel-efficient body show that the Pathfinder is on the right path.

2013 Nissan Pathfinder Review


Really nice car. It has lot of excellent features like dashing looks, reasonable prices and it can bear heavy load as well. It is really a dream car.

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