What is a great car for a person in his late 20’s, single and loving a nice comfortable, secure, yet fast, adrenaline rising automobile? The new Nissan Pathfinder is not that car.. if I am the biggest lire in the whole world, but I am not, I am actually pretty sincere so I’ll answer you sincerely.
The 2013 Nissan Pathfinder is maybe not a perfect car for single, speed racing, adrenaline junkies but it will suite all your needs with style and confident character. It is perfect for the ones that seek something safer than a sports car but not a boring family transporting device.
The Nissan’s Around-View Monitor is maybe the most interesting bit of technology I have ever experienced in this couple of years. The ability to get a full bird eye perspective of the car enables you to squeeze into tiny spaces and make a top notch parallel parking.
The family benefits of the Nissan Pathfinder are “a neat” thing for people not interested in having a family, but for people with a family on their back the features are really “Awesome”. The space, the sliding second-rows and collapsible third-rows, the amount of baggage it is able to carry is “Cool”.
Why no power-folding third row? This sort of feature is available on many six/seven-passenger vehicles. Still, the third row is simple enough to negotiate from the tailgate, with easy-to-use straps that don’t require much effort in order to flip the seats up.
The thing I like most about the New Pathfinder is its steadiness and quietness. It drives like an elegant beast, powerful and ready to show its strength in any moment. Despite the fact it is a family looking car you feel like a badass driving it.
The Pathfinder is simply more comfortable overall, with a much more premium-feeling cabin and better, easier-to-use tech than other automobiles. While you are driving in it you really feel the pleasures of that free space and comfortable assets.