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.

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Tips on Travelling with Pets

Travelling with pets

He’s Preparing Mentally For The Journey Ahead

Road trips can be fun but when you’re doing them with pets along for the ride, it can be that much more difficult. Whether you have a cat or a dog along for the ride, here are some tips on travelling with pets.

ID Them

Make sure before you load them up that they have proper identification. Even if they’re microchipped, external identification will help you, too.

Plan Pit Stops

Plan stops every two to three hours to give your pet a chance to drink some water and go to the bathroom.

Put Cats in a Carrier

While your dog just loves being around you, your cat loves being at home. So being loose in a vehicle might freak them out and they might even try to climb under your pedals. Keep them in a carrier.

Test Runs

Before the big trip, take your dog or cat on test drives around the neighborhood. That way, they get used to the feeling of a car.

Pack the Essentials

Pack everything you’ll need, like food, water, a litter box, plastic bags, bedding, toys, and any first aid things they might need.

Good luck and road trip on! Let all of us, at Nissan of Durango, know if these tips helped and visit us in Durango, CO when you have some time!