The power that comes from the Nissan Pathfinder moves beyond what other SUVs are capable of and, while it may look like a stylish city cruiser, it’s capable of adventure outside the city limits. You’ll find that the Pathfinder expertly blends performance capabilities, such as its excellent towing capacity, with practicality and finesse, like its advanced safety technologies—which is why it was awarded the top safety pick by the IIHS in 2017.
Available at Go Nissan South, the Nissan Pathfinder is a rugged and adventurous vehicle, going beyond what was thought capable of an SUV in its class. Learn more about all its available features, specs, and trim levels right here, or contact us today.
One of the biggest perks of the Nissan Pathfinder is its incredible cargo space, where you can fit a maximum of 2,260L worth of stuff inside and still have enough room for all your gear and gadgets. How so? Underneath, you can hide more with the underfloor storage compartment that’s easily accessible when the third row seats are upright. Speaking of, storing and changing the layout of your 7-passenger seats in the Pathfinder is easier than ever, thanks to its EZ-Flex Seating that adjusts and slides with ease.
It’s no secret that the Pathfinder was designed with families in mind. The Pathfinder remains one of the safest SUVs in the market thanks to its various Nissan Intelligent Mobility innovations, such as the Intelligent Emergency Braking, Around VIew Monitor with Moving Object Detection, Blind Spot Warning and more. It’s no wonder the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety awarded the Pathfinder as the Top Safety Pick for its class.
Since 1987, the Pathfinder has been the go-to midsize SUV for families of all kinds. Today, the Nissan Pathfinder is just as family friendly, with a wealth of safety features and modern technology. For example, automated emergency braking and the all-new Rear Door Alert system are now standard on all Pathfinders, while four additional USB ports are available for passengers in the second or third row to indulge in their devices during long trips. In the last few years, the NissanConenect system has been incorporated into the Pathfinder and it’s offered drivers an intuitive infotainment experience, along with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility. Design-wise, the blacked-out Midnight Edition package now comes available on the Pathfinder’s SL trim level, which was only previously offered only on Platinum models.