Not available after December 1, 2001. Mechanically this is the best vehicle I've ever owned. Large, convenient controls operate the climate and audio systems. Available after December 1, 2001. Overall, I am very impressed with Nissan and the durability of their vehicles. I was t-boned on the drivers side and the impact caused my vehicle to rollover twice. After a decade, it racked up over a quarter of a million miles, and it still ran great.
The few issues I have had are the keyless entry sometimes won't respond, the windows are rolling up slow, fan belt needs changed and there is a tiny leak in the exhaust causing a small putt putt noise. The stereo is decent and with the windows down and the sunroof open it is a fun summer ride, then put it in the variable 4X mode and it's sure footed in the winters. Grandparents must often cart more than pills and Depends. I am looking at the Armada next and anything else they put out. Over all it has been a great vehicle with very few problems and all of them have been minor or regular type maintenance. Mind you it is not enough to change my opinion of the vehicle.
I use this truck for fishing, golf and other out door activities. At over 83k miles the breaks are still orginal - not the tires, though. Recall Date 2017-02-02 Description Nissan North America, Inc. I figure this is ok for a 4X4 suv. An easy-acting automatic transmission delivers prompt gear changes. In the event of a crash necessitating deployment of the front air bags, these inflators may rupture.
Nissan also sells the Xterra, which is based on the Frontier pickup and priced below the Pathfinder. It still has the get up and go I need and the engine is great. Deep puddles at high speed, bumps, ruts, and steep muddy inclines in monsoon conditions are confidently navigated. Did have the rear upper bushings replaced and shocks to improve handling further based on age of vehicle. Yes, at times some of it was expensive, but what truck isnt.
There is no other brand that I will trust more than this one. Initially, the vehicle had off-road tires which handled poorly on grooved freeways felt like you were never in control of the steering. Despite the soft ride, handling ranks above average as the Pathfinder maneuvers easily and adeptly, staying relatively flat in curves and corners. Not only does it act as a step to the roof rails but I have been rear ended twice and each time the trailer hitch has gone into the grill of the car behind me while absorbing the impact and preventing any damage to my car completely!! Other than that - by far the most reliable vehicle I have ever owned. A fresh grille with a larger, restyled Nissan badge goes on 2002 models, which come with new 16- and 17-inch aluminum wheels. Driving Impressions The Pathfinder is a mighty smooth operator a true pleasure to drive and ride in, delivering plenty of performance to boot. Now it is sitting at 120,000 miles and cruises down the road as good as any other car or trucks I've owned that were newer with lower miles.
I beat up my cars and this has taken a beating as well, but there are very few issues for a 9 year old vehicle. Show full review Vehicle Overview Nissans midsize sport utility vehicle received a new, substantially more powerful 240-horsepower, 3. Recently, I was involved in a terrible car accident. Has been reliable, looks good, comfortable and feels safe. This vehicle is extremely reliable and will protect its passengers as long as those passengers are being responsible and are wearing their seatbelts. If you shop smartly and find one in good shape then you will have an excellent all around vehicle for years to come! It had 90k miles on it and I have since put 30k on.
These vehicles are equipped with Takata air bag inflators assembled as part of the passenger frontal air bag modules used as original equipment or replacement equipment. I was given the vehicle in 2008. Now it has 144,000 miles on it. I am sure that with another 40 years ahead of me to buy vehicles, Nissan will be it, until I can afford that Ferrari of course. Owners may contact Nissan customer service at 1-800-647-7261.
Interior All Pathfinders seat five, though foot room for backseat occupants might be tight beneath the front seats. These vehicles are equipped with Takata air bag inflators assembled as part of the passenger frontal air bag modules used as original equipment or replacement equipment. Seats are comfortable and supportive. Large, convenient controls operate th. The inside is like new, the outside is like new, except for one rust spot coming through, at the back door, wheel well on drivers side.
Everywhere I went, I went with this car. The recall began on June 15, 2015. It's a style that anyone can and will love. Little or no correction is needed on straightaways. Performance is great and I have all the power I need when passing slower cars. This things rides sporty and is a rock! Most of my driving is Arizona city freeway off peak hours commute 34 miles each way. Some rust starting to come near the wheel wells.
This also contributes to a 4,304-lb total weight, and given that the 21. Speaking of the trailer hitch! The short wheelbase exacerbates this tendency, no doubt. It faced fierce blizzards, heavy downpours, and relentless winds as if they were light flurries, april showers and summer breezes. Small stuff - wish the towing package had the large round trailer electrical connector. Its my best friend lol. The backseat is as inviting as the front seat, with fine legroom, if not quite as much headroom.