The Nissan Pathfinder SUV should appeal to a broad range of McAllen-Edinburg buyers with a combination of retro style and increased towing capability.
The new Pathfinder has a sloped windshield and flared fender wells, along with forward-leaning C-pillars. It was designed to evoke memories of the original 1987 Pathfinder, whose pickup chassis was intended to be used primarily for off-roading.
Changes made to the new Nissan Pathfinder SUV include a nine-speed automatic transaxle and the capability to tow up to six thousand (6,000) lbs., which is more than most competitors.
Nissan claims over ten cubic feet more interior volume than its predecessor.
The Pathfinder competes against several different SUVs with third-row seating. A few of the Pathfinder's key competitors include:
• Ford Explorer • Honda Pilot • Chevy Traverse • Kia Telluride • Hyundai Palisade • Toyota Highlander • Subaru Ascent
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Interior Upgrades for the Nissan Pathfinder SUV
For the first time, the Nissan Pathfinder has been given a new interior design featuring two captain's seats in the second row. If you want more seating, you should opt for the second-row bench seat, which increases the seating capacity to 8.
The updated Pathfinder interior has a new look, thanks to its available 12.3-instrument cluster with several screen options. A 10.8-inch digital display allows drivers to view navigation instructions and vehicle speeds on the back of the windscreen.
Available is an optional 9-in. color touch screen (a standard 8-in. screen is included), which is located high on the Pathfinder's central console and within easy reach for both the front seat occupants. It has an interior design that complements its unique shape, which includes uniquely shaped vents that interconnect with the soft dashboard surfaces and a new electronic shift lever on a bridge-style central control panel with a convenient storage compartment beneath.
There are several different cloth and leather options for upholstered seats, and seven different interior environments are available, including one with brushed gold metallic accents. Updating interior lighting gives the cabin a more comfortable feel, while new tech features include additional USB ports and 12-volt plugs to power all your favorite electronic devices.
The second-row seats have a one-touch release mechanism that allows them to be folded and slid forward, making it easier for passengers to enter and leave the vehicle. Behind the rearmost bench is enough room for a 120-quart cool¬er or four sets of clubs. Drop down both rows of seats, and you'll be amazed that you can carry several sheets of plywood flat.
Exterior Upgrades for the Nissan Pathfinder SUV
Nissan tells us its new Nissan Pathfinder SUV was designed with a particular eye toward adventure. It has been designed to look more robust, powerful, and capable than previous models. The updated model has a shorter hood, narrower stance, more prominent fenders, and less overhang at the front and back. Larger tires also give the updated Pathfinder a tougher SUV appearance for McAllen-Edinburg car shoppers.
In the rear, the Pathfinder has updated LED tail lights. You'll also love the word "Pathfinder," emblazoned on the lift gate in chrome letters that are sure to pop!
Many color combinations are available on the flashy new Nissan Pathfinder SUV, giving car shoppers many options for picking a snazzy new ride that will turn heads all over McAllen-Edinburg.
Head Over to Charlie Clark Nissan Harlingen to Test Drive a New or Used Nissan Pathfinder SUV
The Nissan Pathfinder should be at the top of your list if you're looking for a new SUV. Whether you choose a new Nissan Pathfinder or a used Nissan Pathfinder, Charlie Clark Nissan of Harlingen has various options. Head down to our top-of-the-line showroom today to see why the Pathfinder has received so many awards and accolades as of late!