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What’s New in the Nissan 2019 Pathfinder?


The Nissan Pathfinder is a legend among SUVs. With its rugged design, powerful engine, and recently added robust towing capacity, the 2019 Pathfinder brings with it some cool new features that take the legend to the next level. The original Nissan Pathfinder was introduced as a two-door SUV in 1987, and ever since, it has always been around, evolving and maintaining its rugged SUV look and style while continuously adding new features.


The newest 2019 Pathfinder is no exception, the model is available in the market at a starting price of $31,430 and comes with an impressive towing capacity of 6,000 pounds. This 7-seater SUV packs in a whole lot of space, allowing enough head room and leg room and makes for a comfortable drive for the entire family. The 2019 Pathfinder is available in four trim levels: S, SV, SL, and Platinum. The safety tech for the base trim S has also been improved for this model.


What’s changed for 2019?


The 2019 Pathfinder has new features added to its base levels such as rear sonar system which is standard for all trim levels, as well as two USB-C ports, much to the delight of users. Also, additional driver aids have now become standard for all trim levels includes the base levels. The 2019 Pathfinder is part of the fourth generation that was launched in 2013. The addition of the rear parking sensors on all trim models is definitely an added safety benefit for buyers and users of the 2019 Pathfinder.


Why you should buy the 2019 Pathfinder


Nissan has always brought in their A-game with each Pathfinder design and build, and the 2019 model doesn’t disappoint either. The car provides intelligent around-view monitor, spacious interior with enough legroom and headroom for everyone, and an impressive towing capacity of 6000 pounds, which is highest among cars of similar make and range and is a great feature for ones who are into boating or camping. Nissan also promises better fuel efficiency of 23 combined MPG in the 2019 Nissan Pathfinder model, which beats the 22 MPG combined, provided by the 2018 Ford Explorer and 2019 Chevrolet Traverse. Overall, the 2019 Pathfinder makes for both an ideal family car, as well as an outdoor/sports car given its rugged build, spacious interiors, and improved safety features for all trim levels.


Head to your nearest Nissan Dealer if you are on the lookout for the 2019 Pathfinder in Easton.