Introducing the 2020 Nissan Pathfinder



The 2020 Nissan Pathfinder is a seven-seater mid-size SUV. It is a fourth-generation trim of its 1985 launched first ancestor. The Pathfinder immediately stuns with its solid build that makes this SUV an ideal adventure companion. It can easily traverse the roughest terrains out there without compromising on stability and comfort.

Interior

The 2020 Nissan Pathfinder contains three rows - all spacious and supportive. While cloth upholstery comes standard in this SUV, you can easily get envious upgrades like premium leather seats, heated and ventilated seats and heated steering wheel for increased comfort. The interiors of the Pathfinder impress with their sleekness and sophistication.

The 2020 Pathfinder is also very generous with cargo space. In the rear of the third row, you can expect 16.2 cubic feet of space, which extends to a comfortable 47.4 cubic feet if the third- row is laid down. This gives you ample storage space and some more.

The infotainment system comes with an 8-inch touch screen along with a stereo, satellite radio, and climate control, among other features. The system is easy to use and a great asset to the driver.

Safety

2020 Nissan Pathfinder balances thrill with safety. Every Pathfinder comes equipped with an array of safety features meant to keep you out of harm’s way no matter the situation. Some of these features include a rear-view camera and parking sensors that detect any vehicle or stationary object you might hit while backing.

Front sensors detect your speed and distance from the automobile in front and avoid forward crashes by warning you ahead of time and applying the emergency brakes. Blind-spot scanning and a 360° parking camera give you a holistic view, minimizing the likelihood of a collision.

Performance

You can expect a power-packed performance from the 2020 Nissan Pathfinder. It is backed by a 3.5- liter V6 engine with a horsepower of 284. Standard engine features include a front-wheel-drive along with a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT).

The Pathfinder speeds up quite swiftly and shows impressive merging and overtaking abilities on highways. The engine is effortlessly powerful, and you can expect a fuel efficiency of 20 mpg citywide and 27 mpg on the highways.