Nissan Pathfinder (2013)

 

Car Barn Sport | Nissan Pathfinder (2013) | To describe the changes to the exterior of the 2013 Pathfinder is like saying that they have no re-design, but completely renovated. The basic characters of the Pathfinder-style we all know and love are still there - the V-chromium as lamps, grille and fog on the rack required - but the general shape of the Pathfinder are for 2013 is 100 percent different than the 2012 model . You still get the signature cover Pathfinder, but the lines are smoother and more modern.


On the side, you'd never suspect that the Pathfinder 2013, a relative of the current Pathfinder, much less a car with the same name. The side profile of the 2012 Pathfinder SUV was a rough, square, ready to face some obstacles come in the form. The Pathfinder 2013 is equipped with a roofline swooping, but also equipped with ports that are carved luxury instead of flat sheet metal found in the Pathfinder current.


The first is EZ Nissan System be Flex, allowing the Pathfinder great 1,300,000 seating configurations. The 2013 Pathfinder program provides up to seven passengers with all places and all tightly packed, but as the load is more your style, the Pathfinder also drag up 79.8 meters cubic of cargo with the rear seats folded down. It seems that the leather interior is standard on 2013 Pathfinder, with a choice of black or beige. The instrument panel and doors are also a number of luxurious treatments, such as Nissan supplied them with woodgrain trim. The LED display also functions as a screen for the Nissan navigation system with voice recognition.


In the center console is an iPod dock that lets you connect your iPod and basic audio controls with the Pathfinder. Make long trips more bearable, there are two 7-inch LCD monitors headrest mounted so that their children can watch movies or play video games. Besides all these features, Nissan also added the latest automotive trends. The engine is not 100 percent sure, but because this new Pathfinder will be the basic foundation to share with the Murano, will assume the same 3.5-liter V-6 engine that uses the Murano inherit.


Unless there are changes to the mechanism in 2013, this would put the Pathfinder in 2013 at an acceptable level of 260 horsepower at 6,000 rpm and 240 pound-feet of torque at 4,400 rpm. This is a 48-pound-feet 6-hp decrease from the 2013 model year, but also anticipate the Pathfinder for a number of pounds disappear for model year 2013 to compensate. The 2013 Pathfinder comes with 4-wheel drive that you manually set the 2 - or 4-wheel drive.


By far the worst part about the movement of the Murano Pathfinder platform is that it will inherit the slushbox Murano CVT. Blocks Nissan as "fuel economy", but just add in a 6 - or 7-speed automatic saves as much, if not more, fuel than a CVT. Despite the transition to a multi-platform, the Pathfinder does not lose much in tow, as the Nissan valued at a maximum capacity of 5,000 pounds. The Explorer 3.5, 290 liters of HP pumps, a total of 30 ponies more than Pathfinder. The Explorer also has 15 more pound-feet of transforming power, but both have a maximum rating of 5000 pounds trailer. A toy that Ford is not that Nissan is a performance model, such as the Explorer equipped with a 350-hp twin-turbo 3.5-liter V-6 engine. Nissan probably allow Ford to win this battle, because it has no interest in a performance SUV.
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  1. The price of this admirable vehicle is pretty reasonable, the base model being at a cost of $28,270 with an additional charge of $825 freight. As an option, the Around View monitor system will add up to a total of $39,170.

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