|Honey, we have to go back. We forgot the sleeping bags.|
The Nissan Pathfinder SL is a well-appointed, 7-passenger seat van with leather seats and a Latch and Glide system that lets you move seats up and back easily. The seat split in the rear is 60/40. It's refined interior won it a place on WardsAutoWorld's ten best interiors for 2013. It also made Kelley Blue Book's Ten Best Family Cars list (KBB.com).
My vehicle cost $37,945 with about $1,000 worth of options and an $825 destination charge. Gas mileage is 19 city/25 highway/ 21 combined.
The 2014 model year introduces a new hybrid powertrain system designed to enhance fuel economy and reduce CO2 emissions with no reduction of driving performance, passenger roominess or capacity.
The Pathfinder's new Hybrid powertrain option will be available in three fully equipped trim levels – SV, SL and Platinum – when it joins the lineup in late summer 2013. It is expected to be priced at around just $3,000 more than Pathfinder 3.5-liter V6 models.
I didn't get any extra attention in the Pathfinder (as in I wasn't driving a yellow Camaro), but it was comfy and roomy and I enjoyed being in it the whole drive.
|2013 Nissan Pathfinder|