2018 Nissan Pathfinder Review
At first glance, the 2018 Nissan Pathfinder is a sleekly styled large SUV. However, what it demonstrates in its power, space, and technology capabilities makes it so much more than that. This review will touch on just a few of the key aspects that make the Pathfinder so exciting to drive.
Shoppers in Gulfport, Pascagoula, and Waveland should read ahead for more information about how this SUV stacks up in terms of performance, interior cargo space, and advanced technology features.
There is one available engine for the 2018 Nissan Pathfinder. This 3.5L Direct Injection Gasoline™ (DIG) DOHC V6 engine. Standardly, this engine is paired with a Xtronic CVT® (Continuously Variable Transmission) and a front-wheel drivetrain.
This vehicle also has an available intelligent 4×4 drivetrain. The intelligent 4×4 feature automatically varies the torque going to all four individual wheels to enhance power and performance on and off paved roads.
While this system is helpful, it’s surprisingly not needed to achieve the Pathfinder’s best-in-class standard towing capacity of up to 6,000 pounds1. Never limit your adventures again by leaving the boat or camper behind with this impressive standard towing capability.
Expansive Interior Space
Not only can the 2018 Nissan Pathfinder haul a lot, but it can also hold a lot inside the cabin. The Pathfinder has more than enough room for comfortable riding, no matter what seat you’re sitting in. The front row will enjoy 42.2 inches of best-in-class headroom2, while the second row enjoys a whopping 41.7 inches of legroom.
With all seats in use, the Pathfinder’s interior can seat seven passengers comfortably with 154 cubic feet of passenger space and an additional 16 cubic feet of cargo space for all your stuff. When both the second and third rows are both folded down, you’ll have 79.5 cubic feet of cargo space. That’s enough space for all of your home improvement project tools or that big college move.
Advanced Technology Features
Not only does the interior of the 2018 Pathfinder have a lot to offer in terms of space, but it’s also decked out in high-tech entertainment and convenience features for a smart ride. This SUV comes standard with a 3-D Advanced Drive-Assist® Display located behind the steering wheel to provide you with important information without having you turn your head.
You’ll also find an infotainment system complete with an 8-inch color multi-touch display in the Pathfinder that can do just about anything when properly equipped. It comes standardly equipped with Bluetooth® hands-free phone capabilities, Bluetooth® wireless audio streaming, and SiriusXM® Satellite Radio.
However, if you upgrade the system, you’ll have step-by-step navigation to get you anywhere you need to go and the Intelligent Around View® Monitor. You’ll have a 360-degree view of your vehicle’s surroundings as well as moving object detection.
Test Drive the 2018 Nissan Pathfinder Today!
Now that you’ve had a brief introduction to the ins and outs of the 2018 Nissan Pathfinder, it’s time to get behind the wheel and see what the whole experience has in store for you as a driver in Gulfport, Pascagoula, and Waveland.
Get in touch with us today at Pat Peck Nissan either on the phone or through our website to schedule your test drive in the 2018 Pathfinder today.
1 Standard Maximum towing Comparison based on 2018 Pathfinder S 2018 Pathfinder SV with Tech Package, 2017 Ford Explorer Base, 2017 Honda Pilot LX and 2017 Toyota Highlander LE on manufacturers’ websites. Towing capability varies by configuration. See Nissan Towing Guide and Owner’s Manual for proper use. 2017 Ford Explorer Base, 2017 Honda Pilot LX and 2017 Toyota Highlander LE are not part of the Wards’ Segmentation.
Ward’s Segmentation. 2018 Pathfinder vs. in-market Large Cross/Utility Vehicle class competitors. Towing capability varies by configuration. See Nissan Towing Guide and Owner’s Manual for additional information. Based on manufacturers’ websites. 2017 Ford Explorer Base, 2017 Honda Pilot LX and 2017 Toyota Highlander LE are not part of the Wards’ Segmentation.
2 Ward’s Segmentation. MY18 Pathfinder vs. in-market 2017 and 2018 Large Cross/Utility Vehicle class competitors. Base models without moonroofs compared. 2017 Ford Explorer Base, 2017 Honda Pilot LX and 2017 Toyota Highlander LE are not part of the Wards’ Segmentation.
Comparison based on 2018 Pathfinder vs. 2017 Ford Explorer Base, 2017 Honda Pilot LX and 2017 Toyota Highlander LE. Base models compared. Based on manufacturers’ websites. 2017 Ford Explorer Base, 2017 Honda Pilot LX and 2017 Toyota Highlander LE are not part of the Wards’ Segmentation.