The Nissan Pathfinder is a sport utility vehicle manufactured by Nissan. First introduced in 1986 as a two-door SUV, it has undergone several redesigns and upgrades over the years, and today’s newest models are classified as crossover utility vehicles. Slotted in between the Nissan Murano and the Nissan Armada in size, it is priced more competitively than either of the other brands and competes directly with Toyota’s major seller, the 4Runner. The Nissan Pathfinder is currently in its fourth generation, which was introduced in 2013. The fourth generation has gone back to a unibody design as opposed to a body-on-frame design, as was the first and third generation Pathfinders. Read more about it here.
The 2014 Nissan Pathfinder comes in six different trim levels ranging from just under $30,000 to just over $40,000. The base model is known as the S, and features 18″ aluminum alloy wheels, Nissan’s Advanced Drive-Assist display, Tri-Zone automatic temperature control and Nissan’s EZ Latch-n-Glide seating system. The next model, the SV, features all the S does plus roof rails, a RearView Monitor system, a Bluetooth-compatible system, and Nissan Intelligent Key. The SL features fog lights, a power lift gate, a remote start system, and leather-appointed seats, while the next one up – the SL Premium – features a dual panorama sunroof, a Bose-powered audio system, a tow-hitch receiver with a seven-pin wiring harness, and a 120-volt AC power outlet. The Platinum, the next-to-highest model, features 20″ aluminum-alloy wheels, the Nissan Hard Drive Navigation System, climate controlled front seats and the Around View Monitor system. The Platinum Premium is the priciest Pathfinder, featuring upgraded wheels and a redone sunroof.
If you’re looking to ship a Pathfinder on a budget, you may be in luck. The Nissan Pathfinder is far from the largest sport utility vehicle on the market today, though it is still a sport utility vehicle. Technically it’s a crossover now, though older generations were classified mainly as SUV’s. It’s crossover label makes it cheaper to ship because not only is the vehicle built on a car-based platform, but it’s not built like a full SUV in that it can handle off-road environments easily, as it’s lighter and does not have the suspension required of such drastic terrain. This means you’ll see lower prices for shipping a Pathfinder than other SUV’s/CUV’s.
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