2014 NISSAN PATHFINDER
Lots of room inside, rides and handles very good on the highway. Decent gas mileage 22 highway. Love all the features, heated seats front & rear, navigation, comforts of the seats and legroom. All other features.
by RICHARD RAGAN
2014 NISSAN PATHFINDER
We bought this vehicle as an upgrade and use it for personal use. We have never owned a Nissan before but It is a very comfortable vehicle to ride in, my only issue is getting in the vehicle because I have to first move the seat back if my wife was driving it because it is almost impossible to get in, the door opening doesn't seem to be high enough or wide enough to get in comfortably without cranking your neck sideways. Outside of this the vehicle is great, with the hard getting into it is like a sports car, it is sharp looking, nice interior, plenty of leg room in the back seat, heated seats and steering wheel are a nice compliment. The dash is nicely setup. When you put the pedal down it has good pickup, I hate a vehicle that has poor get up and go when needed.
I have had many vehicles and this one stands out.
2014 Nissan Pathfinder Overview
The 2014 Nissan Pathfinder is a unibody, midsize crossover, but it wasn't always that way. Indeed, in 2013 the Pathfinder made the transition from truck-based SUV to three-row crossover, losing some of its towing strength and off-road prowess in the process. In return, the crossover offers a more polished model with improved on-road efficiencies.
The current Pathfinder is a three-row SUV with room for seven. Front-wheel drive is standard; all-wheel drive is available. The Pathfinder is powered by a 260-horsepower, 3.5-liter V6 engine paired with a continuously variable transmission (CVT). This model is rated as high as 20/26 mpg city/highway and takes regular grade gasoline.
Nissan offers the Pathfinder in S, SV, SL and Platinum editions. Standard equipment and trim includes a chrome grille, alloy wheels, body-colored power side mirrors and intermittent wipers. Inside, all models come with front bucket seats, a three-person second-row seat, and a third-row seat for two.
Cloth seats are standard, while SL and Platinum editions get leather seats. The Pathfinder SL comes with heated front seats; the Platinum edition with heated and cooled front seats.
A six-speaker audio system is standard; in the SV and SL editions this system is accompanied by a 7-inch color display. Choose the Platinum edition and your crossover has a 13-speaker, Bose audio system. A navigation system is standard with the Platinum edition and not available elsewhere.
Every model comes with steering wheel-mounted cruise control, power accessories, keyless entry, two to four power outlets, 14 drink holders and air conditioning or zoned climate control. Nissan also provides map lights, a center console with a 12-volt outlet and a USB port. A 120-volt power outlet is standard with the Platinum edition and available in the SL edition.
Cargo space is very small, measuring just 16 cubic feet behind the rear seat. However, when both the second- and third-row seats are folded, the Pathfinder provides nearly 80 cubic feet of storage room.
Safety features include a suite of air bags, seat belt pretensioners, traction control and stability control. A tire pressure monitoring system and brake override technology are included. This model comes with four tie-down hooks. In crash testing conducted by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), the 2013 Pathfinder achieved good marks in moderate overlap front, side and head restraint and seat testing.
Take a look at our 2,205 Nissan Pathfinders from the year 2014 in our Used Car Listings. We’ve got plenty to offer with 93% having no accidents on record and 70% having a single previous owner.