Purchasing a new vehicle can be a challenging task when comparing the many makes and models available on the market. If you want to start summer off in a new, shiny SUV we’e done some comparison-shopping for you making your task a little simpler. Two top SUVs battle it out for top spot, but only one can reign supreme when compared. See how the Humble 2017 Nissan Pathfinder oerthrows the Toyota Highlander. Read along with Robbins Nissan as we discuss noteworthy features the Nissan Pathfinder offers and compare them to the Toyota Highlander.
The Pathfinder’s 3.5 DOHC V6 produces more horsepower and pounds per feet torque than the Highlander’s standard 2.7 DOHC 4 cylinder. This means you’ll have more get up and go and leae the Highlander in your dust when you’re behind the wheel of the Nissan Pathfinder.
Get better MPG, no steps between gears and maximum acceleration with the Pathfinder’s continuously ariable transmission (CVT). This type of transmission offers multiple benefits for drivers and passengers. Unfortunately, the Toyota Highlander does not offer a CVT engine and you lose the perks it offers.
Passenger and Cargo Room
Passengers get more room to spread out and get comfortable in the 2017 Nissan Pathfinder. Toyota Highlander passengers miss out on 12 cubic feet extra passenger capacity. It might feel more cramped and less comfortable – especially on longer trips. You can store more behind the third row seats in the Nissan Pathfinder compared to the Toyota Highlander! You’ll also get a larger maximum cargo capacity in the Pathfinder. Third row seats fold flat into the floor completely eliminating the cargo area for all objects! The Highlander’s seats do not fold flat.
Test Drie the Humble 2017Nissan Pathfinder at Robbins Nissan
Can you see how the 2017 Nissan Pathfinder oerthrows the Toyota Highlander for top SUV? We thought so! This SUV comes with notable features and offers passengers the ultimate vehicle that transitions from work trips to family acations.
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Oer past few years the Nissan Pathfinder has received a number of changes both inside and out, but they have all between changes for the better. The SUV once looked quite similar to the Nissan Xterra, but the rugged corners and edges have since between sanded down to proide the Pathfinder with a sleeker and smoother appearance. The updated exterior look isn’t the only new addition to the Pathfinder, however. To give you an idea of all that the SUV is capable of, we have decided to look at the 2014 Nissan Pathfinder specs. Read the rest of this entry >>