Nissan Pathfinder 2013 makes full debut
Nissan has finally revealed the 2013 Pathfinder in its entirety, although by now nothing is left to the imagination after showing it off plenty of times before as a concept. It is now a unibody crossover that offers more spacious seating for seven and 30% better fuel economy than the outgoing offroad-capable version.
Built on the same platform as the new Infiniti JX 35, the Pathfinder is switching targets to take on the Honda Pilot and the Ford Explorer. Powered by a 260 hp 3.5-litre V6 mated to a new-generation CVT automatic, it will be available with either front-wheel-drive or all-wheel-drive.
Available features are lifted straight from Infiniti, such as a touchscreen multimedia/navigation system, heated and cooled seats, around-view monitor and automatic tyre air-filling alert, among other things.
The Pathfinder will continue to be built in the United States, and we can expect a GCC debut sometime by early next year.
Keep track of UAE updates in the Nissan Pathfinder buyer guide.