2019 Nissan Pathfinder comes as redesigned fourth-generation of the small but functional three-row crossover. As the last model brought only a few changes and it is the version since the large redesigning was made in 2013, we expected significant changes as in design as well in performances. Some of them were done, but engine and equipment are almost the same as on the current model.
- Prioritizes Comfort,
- Family Friendly,
- Competent Cargo Hauler
- Rough ride quality,
- Drab interior design
Although we expect significant changes in new 2019 Nissan Pathfinder, we are not sure how they will actually look like. We were able to see something on test driving, covered with thick protection, and the obvious change is the boxier rear end and slightly redesigned front lights. Another feature will be confirmed when a new model comes to the market.
The cabin in 2019 Nissan Pathfinder is as much wide and long as on the current model, this time even larger with much more comfort. It has three rows of the seats, where the third row is for children only, but still wide enough for adult passengers. When it comes to the technology, there are such things like keyless ignition, satellite radio, four USB ports, Bluetooth, a 4.0-inch driver information display, all as a standard in base model. Higher versions should have blind spot monitors, adaptive cruise control and many more. In case that you have children, you will be able to choose an optional entertainment system for rear seats.
There should no surprises when it is the engine type and strength in 2019 Nissan Pathfinder about. Like the current model, the new Pathfinder got the same 3.5-liter V6 in all trims and versions. The reason could be great efficiency and strength of the engine and surely competition that use this engine, too. However, this engine is paired with continuously variable transmission and the model comes as front and rear wheel system. Precisely measured fuel economy said that with the all-wheel-drive system, it gets 19/26/22 mpg, while the front-wheel-drive is rated at 20 mpg in the city, 27 mpg on the highway and 23 mpg combined. The speed of 60 mph increases for 7.4 seconds and top speed is around 120 mph.
2019 Nissan Pathfinder Release Date and Price
There are many reasons to consider 2019 Nissan Pathfinder for your next shopping, especially if you are willing to by a large truck, but elegant and luxury enough to be driven in the city every day. You may see similarities with the models like Dodge Durango, Chevrolet Traverse, Ford Explorer, Honda Pilot and Mazda CX-9, but it will step further with a price which is expected to be around $31,000.