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2022 Nissan Pathfinder (7/8 Seat) - Family SUV!

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Hey Guys, This is The 2022 Nissan Pathfinder (7/8 Seat) - Family SUV! Checkout Interior, Exterior, Features, Technology, Safety, Off-road Capability, Towing Info and Much More About This Strong 3-Row SUV in This Review Video.The 2022 Nissan Pathfinder is a three-row crossover SUV with available all-wheel drive that competes against rivals from every major automaker, ranging from the Mazda CX-9 and Chevy Traverse to the Subaru Ascent and Kia Telluride. Redesigned for the first time since 2013, the fifth-generation Nissan Pathfinder sports a new look inside and out, and comes loaded with the latest convenience and safety technology. The V-6 engine and suspension remain the same, but a new transmission, all-wheel-drive system, and electric steering rack allow drivers to better match modes with conditions. The new model retains that high vertical face with short overhangs, and those three slots bridge a flat hood with a broad face. Nissan’s U-shaped grille flares out to thin daytime running lights like wispy eyebrows over the standard LED headlights. That visual light line runs down the body, over rounded wheel arches flexed with black cladding to the rear. The Pathfinder rides on 18-inch or available 20-inch wheels. The odd but distinct triangular window is gone, but Nissan cut a triangular shape in the pillar between the rear door and the back and blacked out the roof in Nissan’s contemporary design language of a “floating” roof. Five two-tone color options exaggerate the floating roof look. In back, horizontal LED taillights catch that line from the front, where it’s all tied together by “Pathfinder” stamped on the liftgate below the new Nissan badge. Inside, Nissan offers seven available “environments” inspired by adventure gear that mix and match material options and accents; Nissan didn’t disclose the specific combinations. The cockpit is anchored by a large, truck-like center stack crowned by an 8.0-inch or available 9.0-inch touchscreen that rules over a band of horizontal vents and a climate control bar. A flat-bottomed steering wheel and deep armrest console with two-tiered console storage shelf suggest the changes happening beyond the cabinWhen properly equipped, the Pathfinder can tow up to 6,000 pounds, which is in the higher end for the class, and standard trailer sway control helps slow down the vehicle to get the trailer under control. With seating for eight passengers, the 2022 Pathfinder aims to haul families and all their gear in comfort. It’s easier to get in and out with second row seats that flip forward with the push of a button to access the third row.The 2022 Pathfinder can be equipped to seat seven with available captain’s chairs—a Pathfinder first—and has a center console that can be removed without tools. Seats are shod in cloth, leather, or quilted semi-aniline leather on top Platinum models. The Pathfinder rolls with the screen game in multiple sizes and areas. Standard is an 8.0-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, or an available 9.0-inch touchscreen and wireless CarPlay. A 7.0-inch digital vehicle info display splits the analog gauges, or the whole dash display can go digital with an available 12.3-inch display. On Platinum trims, a large 10.8-inch head-up display can project vehicle info out on the road ahead. Additional options include a Bose 13-speaker sound system, navigation, heated second-row seats, wireless smartphone charger, panoramic sunroof, and power tailgate. Nissan equips every 2022 Pathfinder with its suite of driver-assist features including front and rear automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, blind-spot monitors, lane-departure warnings, and automatic high beams. Optional safety gear includes a surround-view camera system, active lane control, and adaptive cruise control down to a stop. Nissan offers ProPilot Assist in two grades that effectively enable limited hands-free driving. #SupercarTV #Nissan #Pathfinder #2022

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