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2011 Nissan Pathfinder
2011 Nissan Pathfinder - Styles
It’s been 25 years since the introduction of Nissan Pathfinder a tough off-road SUV to somethi [...] 
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MSRP: From $27840 to $42600
Invoice: From $26089 to $39448
Overall: 7.4 Performance: 7.4
Exterior: 6.9 Interior: 7.5
Safety: N/A Reliability: N/A

9 Style(s) available for 2011 Nissan Pathfinder.

2011 Nissan Pathfinder Overview.

It’s been 25 years since the introduction of Nissan Pathfinder a tough off-road SUV to something more realistic for everyday life. The Nissan Pathfinder is among those few SUVs available today that offers real off-road capability. It may win fans in a small portion of the population who wants to head off-road, but requires a spacious family SUV. The Pathfinder is appealing as a rugged family hauler, but know that its second and third rows are crammed.

Riding the very similar fully boxed frame as the large Armada SUV, the Pathfinder is remarkably rugged, and the addition of a V-8 option last year gives it strong performance and towing capability. Built like a truck and basically unstoppable, the Pathfinder is a seven-passenger mid-size SUV for those who need a genuine truck yet still would like style and comfort during the week.

For 2011, the Pathfinder comes with a new Silver Edition model that celebrates the Pathfinder's 25th anniversary is associated with 17-inch alloy wheels, a 10-speaker Bose sound system, leather upholstery, heated front seats, Bluetooth hands-free phone operation, XM radio and Nissan's incorporated key-fob entry system.

If you are looking for a comfortable family SUV that’s appropriate for traveling and carpool task by looking at SUVs like the Chevrolet Traverse.  The Traverse can seat up to eight passengers which is one more than the Pathfinder. It also has better fuel economy and a smooth ride.

In case your priorities are centered on going off-road, as well as take the kids to school, check out the Jeep Grand Cherokee. It doesn’t have a third row like the Pathfinder, but its seating is more comfortable all around.  Plus as it starts at about $2,000 more than the Pathfinder does, it has better fuel economy and an interior that is close to some luxury SUVs.


The Pathfinder is associated with Nissan's three-year or 36,000 mile basic warranty. Additionally to the basic warranty, it is tied in with Nissan's five-year or 60,000 mile drive-train warranty. Both warranties are about standard for the class.

The warranty period starts either on the date of first retail sale, or the date the vehicle is first placed in service as an instructor, service loaner or company vehicle, whichever is earlier. Plus from that moment on, your Nissan Pathfinder is looked after during the coverage period, not considering of whether you're the first owner or a subsequent owner.

Overall Impression

A 2011 Nissan Pathfinder has outstanding towing capabilities and lots of storage space, and surprisingly comfortable front seats. The two powerful engines are also great aspects that go along with the 2011 Pathfinder; most drivers must find them to be more than adequate. Even though the interior isn’t perfect, it is definitely stylish and comfortable. The major advantage of the Pathfinder is its off-roads capabilities; drivers who won’t be taking advantage of them perhaps don’t need the Pathfinder. The Pathfinder is a pretty impressive vehicle for its class.

2011 Nissan Pathfinder Pros:

  • Cargo accessibility
  • Powerful V8 engine option
  • Dashboard controls

2011 Nissan Pathfinder Cons:

  • Congested second and third-row seats
  • Unrefined on-road handling compared to competitors
  • Gas mileage

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