Since 1986 the Nissan Pathfinder has been a shining example of what a mid-size SUV can and should be. With ruggedly handsome looks, a versatile interior design, and a commanding performance output, a used Nissan Pathfinder is capable of pretty much anything your imagination can think up. Never again will you have to falter or fear while on the road as long as you are in the strong, safe, and reliable hands of a Pathfinder.
This vehicle is ideal for both family and exploration. The security and comfort you feel while in the cabin a Nissan Pathfinder is something any family will be grateful for on your next family trip. The power and efficiency will allow those with a more adventurous side the freedom to explore the world and all its hidden wonders. Additionally, the abundance of space and the versatility of that space is something everyone can admire because no matter what path you plan on taking you will surely want the company of good friends and a sufficient cargo.
The Nissan Pathfinder has been around for over two decades now, and in that time it has been gone through four generations of innovation. Starting off as a compact SUV, the Pathfinder has now evolved into a mid-size SUV with more size and flexibility than ever before. Out of all generations though, the third generation that ranges between 2005 and 2012 was truly something special, as it allowed the Pathfinder to finally live up to its full potential.
So if you are in the market for a reliable means of personal transportation that has the space and power to suit nearly any lifestyle, then grabbing a used Nissan Pathfinder for sale in your area is the only clear path to take.
The 2005 Nissan Pathfinder is a mid-size SUV that will never fail to impress with its extensive size, flexible formatting, and the immense power used to handle it.
Compared to years past the 2005 Pathfinder has expanded from every angle and has even added more seating accommodations to hold up to seven passengers. Measuring to be 188″ L x 73″ W x 72-73″ H, the 2005 Pathfinder offers a total of 79.2 cubic feet of cargo space with all the seats down. Versatility is never lost with the Pathfinder either considering you can utilize that space however you want with the split bench seating.
When it comes to power, the 2005 Pathfinder comes standard with a 4.0L V6 engine that can tow up to 6,000 pounds and produces 270 hp. The fuel economy is also noteworthy with 23 mpg highway. You are also free to choose between two-wheel for affordability, or four-wheel drive for easy exploration.
As for features and trims the 2005 Pathfinder is available in either base XE, SE, SE Off-Road and LE trim levels that all offer luxury accommodations in safety, entertainment, and comfort. No matter what category you care about most, the 2005 Nissan Pathfinder has it in spades.
The 2006 Nissan Pathfinder measures to be 188″ L x 73″ W x 72-73″ H and allows room for up to seven comfortable passengers. Compared to the year before not too many noteworthy differences have transpired. In fact, the only change is that the SE trim how offers a leather seat option. This Pathfinder is offered in S, SE, SE Off-Road and LE trim levels. That being said it still offers the same brilliant convenience with up to 79.2 cubic feet of cargo space in the luxury cabin, and an impressive 270 horsepower 4.0-liter gas-powered V6 engine paired with a 5-speed automatic transmission under the hood. The 2006 Pathfinder is also true to its name by offering excellent off-road capability with Hill Descent control, specially-designed shocks and all-terrain tires that will improve handling beyond your expectation.
The 2007 Nissan Pathfinder is just as stunning as ever before with its bold appearance and luxury cabin with plenty of space for passengers and cargo. Fitting up to seven people the 2007 Pathfinder measures to be 188″ L x 73″ W x 72-73″ H and offers up to 79.2 cubic feet of cargo space when all seats are folded flat.
The major change to this year was a slight decrease in overall power output with the standard 4.0L V6 engine. This engine now delivers 266 horsepower and 288 lb-ft of torque. In addition to the performance change, the S trim level now comes standard with cruise control and a roof rack for the 2007 Pathfinder.
Big improvements come to the 2008 Nissan Pathfinder including a V8 engine, increased dimensions, and a style redesign inside and out to make it an even bolder and more efficient four-door mid-size SUV. Measuring to be 192″ L x 73″ W x 72-73″ H the 2008 Pathfinder has accommodations for up to seven passengers. While it overall dimensions got larger, the cargo space is the same as years past with 16.5 cubic feet of space with all seats up and a 79.2 with all seats down.
As for the engines the biggest upgrade this year is the introduction of a V8 engine option. The standard engine is still a 4.0L V6 engine with 266 hp, but you can now choose to invest in an advanced 5.6L V8 engine with 310 hp, both paired with a 5-speed transmission. The 2008 Pathfinder is also still as off-roading confident as it ever has been with optional 4-wheel drive.
As for 2009 Nissan Pathfinder, little to no changes happen after the major improvement of the year before. A few things that were updated for the sake of freshness is that you will gain more standard airbags and two new exterior colors.
Aggressive in style, versatile in design, and powerful in performance, the 2008 and 2009 Nissan Pathfinder is an adventure waiting to happen
The 2010 Nissan Pathfinder is an aggressively stylish sporty mid-size SUV that seats up to seven passengers. The 2010 Pathfinder offers a spacious cabin that contains 79.2 cubic feet of cargo space if all seating is down and 16.5 cubic feet if all seats are up. You can mix and match the cargo area however you want with split rear seating that will allow you to adjust easily for when you have more passengers or more cargo.
As for power the 2010 Nissan Pathfinder excels at off-roading and is born to explore the world. The 2010 Pathfinder comes with one of two powertrain options. The standard is a 4.0L V6 engine with 266 hp, and the other is a 5.6L V8 engine with 310 hp, both are respectfully paired with a 5-speed transmission. So if you have ever had the desired to take the path less taken, this vehicle was made to help you fulfill that desire.
Many of the changes in 2010 for the Pathfinder involved more superficial advancements. Some examples of this are a standard moonroof for the LE V6 and standard navigation for the LE V6. A new LE V8 value package and SE Premium Journey Package with long lists of advanced features were also added. In addition to all that, the SE V6 Off-Road trim is no longer available.
As the 3rd generation of Pathfinders comes to an end, the 2011 and 2012 continue to do the model justice by maintaining all that was great about the Pathfinder. The size is still substantial, measuring to be 192″ L x 73″ W x 72-73″ H with a max of 79.2 cubic feet of cargo space. As for the power, there is also no reason to change perfection with a 266 hp standard V6 and a 310 hp optional V8 that will both perform effortlessly on any terrain. The 2011 Pathfinder offers a new Silver Edition to commemorate which offers a list of premium features like leather heated seating, a 10-speaker sound system, and Nissan’s intelligent key system. For 2011 there was also a change to the trims in that the SV model will now replace the SE model.
The 2012 Pathfinder only offers a few fairly unnoticeable changes such as an optional DVD package and entertainment system for the V6 Silver trim level, as well as a 9.3GB hard-drive music server for the V6 LE trim level. When you see a used Nissan Pathfinder for sale, you should consider yourself lucky. Not only have you found a vehicle that is strong, smart, and spacious, you have also found the best way possible to experience the world.
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