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Vehicle Reviews:
2014 Nissan Pathfinder Review

S Trim

The S trim boasts 18 inch alloy wheels, tri-zone automatic climate
control, rear privacy glass, and keyless entry. You also get 60/40 split
folding 2nd row seats, a 50/50 split 3rd row seat, and a tilt and
telescopic steering wheel. The 2014 Nissan Pathfinder base trim has 6
speakers and a 6 CD changer/player.

SV Trim

The SV trim has everything the base trim contains in addition to
automatic headlights, keyless ignition/entry, rear parking sensors, and
a roof rack. You also get an 8 way power driver seat, Bluetooth phone
connectivity, and a leather wrapped steering wheel.

2014 Nissan Pathfinder Off RoadIf you are privy to the Nissan Pathfinder Boston rush hour and heavy
traffic frustration, then you will appreciate the rearview camera and
the 7 inch color display. Also included is a 7 inch touchscreen display,
CD player, satellite radio, and a USB/iPod interface for endless
entertainment possibilities.

SL Trim

A sporty Nissan Pathfinder Boston sports fans will love for tailgate
parties is the SL trim. Foglights and a power liftgate will make things
much simpler. How about a classy interior that has leather upholstery,
heated mirrors, heated front and rear seats, and a 4 way power passenger
seat? You Boston Nissan addicts won’t be able to refuse!

SL Tech Package

This tech package for the SL trim should be added if you will be
attending Boston sporting events. It adds on a 120 volt household style
power outlet, a 13 speaker Bose audio system with Bluetooth connection,
and a big 8 inch touchscreen display with a navigation system to boot.

Platinum Trim

This platinum trim has the above features and then some. 20 inch alloy
wheels, a towing package, 360 degree parking camera, and a power
adjustable heated steering wheel along with ventilated front seats all
come with the platinum trim!

SL Premium Package

Bose Audio System

120 Volt Power Outlet

Dual Panoramic Sunroof

Tow Package


The Pathfinder has a 3.5 Liter V6 engine that emits 260 horsepower and
240 lb. ft. of torque. You can choose from either FWD or AWD, but both
have a CVT. The AWD goes from 0 to 60 in 8.0 seconds, which isn’t too
shabby for an SUV. Fuel economy is 19 city and 25 highway miles to the
gallon, which is normal for a bigger vehicle. For FWD, fuel economy is
20 city and 26 highway mpg.

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