Introducing the 2017 Nissan Pathfinder

2017 Nissan Pathfinder

The Pathfinder Finds Upgrades

The 2017 Nissan Pathfinder is even better than its predecessors. With new, innovative technologies, the Nissan Pathfinder is more ready than ever for your next adventure.

You’ll get next-generation infotainment features with the all-new Pathfinder, like a color touch screen one-inch bigger than the previous 7.0-inch display. Plus, you’ll get improved graphics so operating your infotainment system will be easier than ever.

Here are some of the best features in the all-new Pathfinder:

Rugged Look

The 2017 Pathfinder has a more rugged look than its predecessors thanks to its all-new front fascia. The headlights are reshaped and feature a unique shape that stand out and increase your visibility.

Added Safety Features

Now there are even more features to prevent collision when you’re behind the wheel. Added features include automatic emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, and Moving Object Detection.

Improved Suspension

Want better handling? The all-new Pathfinder has your back. Front and rear shock absorbers are stiffer and the rear spring rates are increased by 25%.

NissanConnect Services

Added to the Pathfinder is this top service program, with a host of security and safety features that allow you to call for help in emergencies and before emergencies.

For more information on the Nissan Pathfinder contact any of us, at Nissan of Durango in Durango, CO!

2013 Nissan Pathfinder Coming Soon To Economy Nissan

According to many automotive analysts Nissan has just recently unwrapped their amazingly clean and newly refreshed 2013 Nissan Pathfinder SUV. With cargo room for seven passengers and a significant increase in miles per gallon, families in the Durango CO might want to consider adding this model to their fleet. If you are a hardcore offroader then the 2013 Pathfinder is simply not for you. Nissan have dropped the body-on-frame design for a unibody construction which improves handling and gives the larger vehicle a much more nimble feel.

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In order to achieve more sustainable fuel consumption, Nissan put the Pathfinder on a diet which allowed it to shed 500 lbs. Lighter weight gives the large SUV the ability to become easier to drive and also improves fuel economy up by 30%. Drivers can expect 20 miles per gallon in the city (which is amazing for an SUV weighing 4,149 lbs) and 26 mpg on the highway.

Powering the Pathfinder is a 3.5-liter DOHC V6 that makes 260 horsepower which would be adequate to tow 5,000 lbs when coupled to the new Nissan CVT. Customer should be on the lookout for Nissan’s new full-size SUV when it debuts at Economy Nissan later this year.