2013 Nissan Pathfinder Review CarGurus

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a quarter century since its debut, the 2013 Nissan returns, again, to a crossover ditching the truck-based body-on-frame in favor of better road and comfort over rugged and a 7,000-pound towing capacity. Now on the current Murano, the all-new Pathfinder maintains comfortable for 7 while sacrificing precisely its towing capacity, but gaining in efficiency, agility and overall

Unfortunately the efficiency gain much—the outgoing Pathfinder 15 mpg city/22 highway with its V6 and front-wheel drive (FWD), the 2013 should get something to the Murano’s 18/24 with its V6 and CVT, and about the same 1 mpg in the highway figure with drive (AWD). It is expected for the Pathfinder to adopt the Murano’s V6, but you can expect some tweaks for the additional bulk. Even chopping off some 30 points the outgoing and incoming engines pose some problems in the department.

Infiniti’s 2013 JX35 is more than the 2013 with an Infiniti flair, so its 265 hp and 248 of torque is probably what the will fetch with the V6 and CVT. Fuel economy for the is precisely as advertised with the Murano, and given each of three’s relative curb the Pathfinder should be right on par the Murano and JX35 in that as well.

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Whether there be an additional powertrain choice a question, but the 2012 V8 is least to carry over. The more choice, if there will be one for this generation’s debut, is newborn supercharged hybrid. A CVT to be the likely, and likely only, choice, but here again you can expect the new intelligent AWD system to be alongside a standard FWD setup.

Given technology like climate control, intelligent and slidable flex seating, the Pathfinder makes its way toward comfort with style and 80 cubic feet of maximum capacity. The passenger rows not fold flat in a 50/50 but the second row also features a innovation busy parents find especially handy. You no need to remove a child in order to gain access to the row, thanks to what calls child seat which allows the second row to for smaller people to squeeze just as much effort as it to slide the seat forward


The Pathfinder’s handling is on par with midsize crossovers, although in the JX35 this system is not for precision. Nevertheless, everything the 2013 Pathfinder is geared more toward the crossover than its truck-based predecessors, its quieted cabin to streaming and lowered stance. The Pathfinder’s in snowy on-road conditions is unquestionably admirable, but off-road be another story.

It’s not as capable as before, but just how that bar dipped for 2013 is not clear.

Nissan Pathfinder Electric Cars
Nissan Pathfinder Electric Cars
Nissan Pathfinder Electric Cars
Nissan Pathfinder Electric Cars

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