Auto Transport Quotes: Nissan Pathfinder
The Nissan Pathfinder is an SUV manufactured by Nissan that was first introduced back in 1986. Originally sold only as a two-door compact SUV, the Pathfinder has received numerous facelifts and redesigns over the years, and currently it is in its fourth generation, which was introduced recent, in 2013, for the 2014 model year. The Pathfinder is a solid contributor to overall Nissan sales, and it competes directly against the Toyota 4Runner and other SUV’s of that basic size. The Pathfinder today can be had in six different configurations, or trim levels, ranging in price from roughly $29,000 to a bit over $40,000. There is also a hybrid version, and you can get more information on the Pathfinder by visiting this page.
The Pathfinder was originally classified as a compact SUV, but over the years redesigns turned it into a mid-size SUV, and today the Pathfinder is classified as a mid-size crossover utility vehicle, but on the whole it likely won’t affect your price too much. Older Pathfinders may be slightly cheaper for auto transporters to actually move, but it depends on the company. Regardless, shipping a Pathfinder will come with only a small oversize vehicle transport fee, mainly because it’s an SUV and most (if not all) SUV’s see a minor price hike over the cost of a car along the same route. What’s great about the Pathfinder is that its versatility, age, design and price range make it available to many people, and when shipping you won’t need to worry about enclosed transport as the Pathfinder, like many vehicles meant to be driven daily, sees its value drop often until it bottoms out. Enclosed is best reserved for cars with value that can increase, not decrease.
If you’re interested in gathering multiple quotes from reputable and reliable auto transport companies, you can fill out our free form and have them all e-mailed to you within the hour. Our form takes just a minute to fill out, is easy and free, and gets you in contact with some of the best auto transport and car shipping companies in the United States. Your prices will be competitive and fair, and you can rest assured that any quotes you receive will come from licensed, bonded and insured auto transporters with five-star ratings and good standings with the Better Business Bureau. For more about transporting your Nissan Pathfinder, or to read more about the various trim levels or about shipping it, check out our helpful article on shipping the Nissan Pathfinder.
Since 2007 Dave has written all the content and blogs for American Auto Shipping and during this time added the duties of customer support and transport logistics.
He currently resides in Washington with his three kids and their mom and cat. A fan of Marvel movies and good stories, when not shipping cars Dave can be found working on his novel, enjoying a good book or playing some tournament HALO.
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