2018 Nissan Pathfinder - Review & Road Test

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2018 Nissan Pathfinder SL AWD

.5-liter Direct Injection Gasoline™ (DIG) V6 engine The 3.5-liter Direct Injection Gasoline™ (DIG) V6 engine delivers seamless power with optimum fuel efficiency, so even heavy adventures are no match for the 2018 Pathfinder. The proof? It’s in the numbers: 284 hp, 259 lb-ft of torque. So whether you’re hauling all your gear, or roughing it for the weekend, just load up and go! [*] Xtronic CVT® (Continuously Variable Transmission) What kind of transmission do you put in the Next Gen SUV? The next-generation Xtronic CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission), obviously. Pathfinder’s CVT eliminates gears by using a precisely machined metal drive chain instead of traditional fixed metal gears, which transfers power from the engine to the wheels far more effectively and smoothly. So whatever you ask from the engine, the CVT provides it by shifting seamlessly to give you the perfect speed, all while improving fuel economy. Available Intelligent 4x4 Pathfinder gives you the choice of 2WD, 4WD, and Auto Modes. Turn the available dial, located just behind the gearshift, to lock into 4WD on rough terrain and in varying weather. Turn it again to switch into 2WD for better mileage. The intuitive Auto Mode senses slippery roads or rough terrain and automatically adjusts power to each wheel. When things smooth out, it switches back to 2WD. 8.0" color display with multi-touch control The high-resolution color display features multi-touch control so you can pinch, zoom and swipe your way to more information. Advanced Drive-Assist® Display Keep your focus on what matters most: driving. Advanced Drive-Assist Display is a color monitor sitting right in front of you in the gauge cluster. The customizable easy-to-read screen can display the trip computer, fuel economy, external temperature, and much more. [*] RearView Monitor With the RearView Monitor, when you back-up a discreet color camera mounted on the rear of the vehicle helps you see what’s directly behind you. [*] 18" Aluminum-alloy wheels The 18'' wheels are made out of aluminum-alloy, making them both lightweight and strong. LED Daytime Running Lights The captivating LED signature line provides a distinctive look, day and night. Dual power outside mirrors with LED turn signal indicators The dual outside mirrors are powered, making quick adjustments easy and precise, and feature a turn signal indicator light. They even match the color of the vehicle’s body adding to the seamless, sleek design. Automatic Emergency Braking If Pathfinder detects that you need to slow down to avoid a frontal collision, the Automatic Emergency Braking system will alert you with visual and audible cues and, if necessary, assist you by automatically applying pressure to the brakes to help avoid or mitigate a collision. [*] Nissan Advanced Air Bag System Nissan Advanced Air Bag System includes dual-stage supplemental front air bags with seat belt sensors and an occupant classification sensor. The inflation rate of these dual-stage air bags adjusts depending on crash severity and seat belt usage. In addition, supplemental air bags built into the front seats offer side-impact protection and move with you as you adjust your seating position. Plus, roof-mounted curtain side-impact supplemental air bags with rollover sensor help provide head protection for all three rows of outboard occupants. [*] Vehicle Dynamic Control (VDC) with Traction Control System (TCS) To help enhance grip when accelerating, the Traction Control System senses wheelspin and automatically reduces engine output and/or brakes the spinning wheel to help give you a surer foothold. Acting in tandem with the Traction Control System, Vehicle Dynamic Control compares actual vehicle cornering performance to the driver’s input, adjusting power levels and applying appropriate brake pressure to individual wheels to help correct oversteer or understeer, helping keep the vehicle on the steered path. [*]

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There aren't many changes on the 2018 Nissan Pathfinder from last year's model. This three-row crossover fills the space above the compact Rogue and two-row Murano but below the larger Armada. Now built with unibody construction on the Altima platform, does the Pathfinder seem like it's up to actually finding paths anymore?

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