The Nissan Pathfinder is really going to continue on its path as a major player in the midsize crossover segment. The Nissan Pathfinder still does ride on the same platform as its predecessor. It is redesigning inside and out for 2022. That would mean it is a unibody crossover and also not a body-on-frame SUV like the originals. There is the front-wheel-drive and all-wheel drive that are available. Also, all Nissan Pathfinders do ship with what is familiar naturally aspirating 3.5-liter V6, which is good for 284 horsepower and 259 lb-ft of torque. It is also pairing to a nine-speed automatic which does replace the old and unexciting CVT.
Pathfinder – Spacious, Well-Designed Interior
A spacious and well-designed interior is the main strength of the Nissan Pathfinder. A test drive of a fully-loaded 4WD Platinum model used the Nissan Pathfinder to attach a U-Haul. It did do everything that was requesting and more. Folding flat the second and standard third-row seats and electronic liftgate made the moving day much easier than was expecting. There are competitors to the carmaker vehicle like the Kia Telluride, Hyundai Palisade, and the Chevrolet Traverse. Moreover, the Nissan Pathfinder’s mission is not easy but it is more than really up to a lot of tasks.
New Pathfinder Vehicle for 2022 is Really Improving
The Pathfinder is all-new for 2022, and thankfully it found a path toward a new design team. The old Pathfinder was such a frumpy nondescript SUV. The new model is a massive departure in the design department. One might even call it striking. The 3.5-liter V6 engine has been carying over, but the terrible CVT transmission has been ditching in favor of a nine-speed automatic transmission. Along with the new body and gearbox, the carmaker also designed an interior boasting all the latest technology.