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2017 Nissan Pathfinder First Drive Review - In 4K UHD!
2017 Nissan Pathfinder First Drive Review – In 4K UHD!

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For 2017 Nissan has refined the Pathfinder giving family oriented shoppers more of what they want while retaining the Nissan’s main selling points of a soft suspension, large third row and high fuel economy.

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  1. The Platinum model that I drive every day rides very firmly actually – you feel every bump and road imperfection. The air conditioning is surprisingly very weak not just for a Nissan (my, 2010 Altima still has ice cold AC) but for any make. Even worse than Honda and Acura, notoriously weak in that department. Great features like cooled seats, heated steering wheel and panoramic moontoof don't make up for that. Get the SL with 18" wheels for the better ride and make sure the AC is working. I'd go with Highlander or Durango used. And Telluride/Palisade new.

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  2. You can get some great deals on used Pathfinders… BUT (and it's a huge "but") I am still leery of the CVT, given Nissan's history. A fully loaded Pathfinder, or a Pathfinder towing a small camper, would be one thing going along I-5. Take it up into the Cascade Mountains to Mount Hood or Bend, OR, or to Lake Tahoe, climbing 4,000+ feet with plenty of serpentine curves and elevation changes makes me concerned about both the ability of a Pathfinder with CVT to get there, but the long-term durability of that CVT itself. Even if one religiously changes the CVT fluid at recommended service levels (and more frequently with severe service such as towing), I'm still dubious about it.

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  3. Auto 4WD of Pathfinder is very confusing. The owner's manual says "do not operated 4WD when starting engine or should drive in straight road." I do not think that it is "Auto" 4WD. It is same with conventional 4H mode in 4WD. Why is it named with "auto"?

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  4. Outclassed and outdated. Just how this vehicle sells is beyond me, especially since there are better vehicles like the Chevrolet Traverse, GMC Acadia, Mazda CX-9, Dodge Durango, Honda Pilot, Toyota Highlander and even the Ford Explorer. Seriously, there is hardly any benefits to this car.

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  5. Hi Alex,
    I have a 2017 Nissan Rogue witch I want to upgrade to a 7 seater? I just need an honest opinion about the Rogue to Pathfinder switch? Should I do it? Or to go for different SUV in that price range (SL/Platinum) ? Thank you

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  6. We love our Pathfinder Platinum, we're about to get a 2nd one, but I'm trying to hold out until the redesign. Drives well, good fuel economy, WAY more space than the previous 2012 and older generation. I'm 6'5" and trust me that old one was nowhere near as roomy.

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  7. Personally I rank the Pathfinder one of the worse in the 3 row SUV categories. The styling has been improved over the 2013~16, but the interior still has that 2000s 'organic' look which just makes it look terrible in today's market. The AWD has been proven in other videos to be quite bad, and the reliability has been only so-so. The only real upside is thanks to the CVT the MPG is on the high side of this segment, but after having driven a 2017 Altima with the CVT, I still much prefer a traditional automatic.

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  8. I cant stand the fact the CVT has the shifting, let it be CVT. Note My Altima 2013 had a CVT transmission replaced after 2 years and still didn't run properly. I used it as a trade-in for the 2017 Nissian Pathfinder Platinum only to have the wiring harness replaced after a week, that didn't resolve the issue. Without going into too much detail, the engine was replaced and now I'm working with Nissian Consumer Affairs, it has been deemed a Lemon as of 1 1/2 weeks ago and we are now in the process of negotiations. I do have to say although this has been a most unpleasant experience, The Dealership and Nissian Consumer Affairs have top notch Service. Troubles aside they have it together for that portion. As far as the CVT Transmission not so much and in my experience all though most likely rare and this being my second Nissan I'm disappointed and frustrated. There are so many great qualities to the vehicles. Leave the Transmission alone, if people want to feel the shifting, then get a manual.

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  9. Nissan's official website says "NissanConnect" is equipped in all 2017 Pathfinders. The fact is it's not installed in S model of all Pathfinders. Many Nissan owners are very unhappy about it.

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  10. Hi Alex, You mentioned towing and this is one of the reasons we are considering the pathfinder. Regarding towing, do you think the feel would be dramatically different with the FWD vs the AWD? There does not appear to be any AWD versions within 100 miles of where I live. I might have to settle for a FWD version and was wondering whether there would be towing issues with this. Thanks much. I love the videos! Great reviews!

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  11. Hi Alex, great work..
    can you please let me know if Nissan planning to change the shape in 2018? It’s
    nice also if you can add this info to all the future reviews..Regards. Hi Alex, great work.. can you please let me
    know if Nissan planning to change the shape in 2018? Hi Alex, great work.. can
    you please let me know if Nissan planning to change the shape in 2018? Hi Alex,
    great work.. can you please let me know if Nissan planning to change the shape
    in 2018? Hi Alex, great work.. can you please let me know if Nissan planning to
    change the shape in 2018?

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  12. It'd be nice if they considered the Murano Platinum interior for the Pathfinder. Those Zero Gravity seats are sweet…

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  13. Alex, Nissan/Infiniti's are very sensitive to regular and or premium fuel. If they recommend premium for maximum performance, they mean it! Run regular in one that recommends premium and the difference is noticeable. So when you acquire your test vehicles, do you use or make sure the fuel you add is that of the recommended or is it anything that's considered before testing?

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