Wednesday, March 11, 2020

2021 Nissan Pathfinder

Even more crappy, super grainy pictures!

The interior of the new Pathfinder seems definitely more upscale than the current, and old, generation.
Which is good, because in the past years have seem amazing competition like the Telluride . And pretty much every 3 row SUV out there is better than the old Pathfinder now.

As far as the exterior, it's really hard to tell.
Let's hope it looks good...


FFEMT6 said...

Huge improvement! Here's to hoping that attractive looking shifter isn't topping a CVT.

Anonymous said...

Are you sure that interior shot is of the new Pathfinder? It looks very similar if not identical to the spy photos floating around of the new Rogue interior.

Anonymous said...

There are rumors that it will have a 9 speed automatic transmission but that it exactly it, rumors...I'll believe it when I see it.

Anonymous said...

There are rumors the new Pathfinder will have the engine and transmission combo that just debuted in the 2020 Frontier. For those who may be unaware, that combo is a new 3.8L V6 and nine speed automatic. Carmaker1, known to have accurate information about future products, seemingly confirmed the nine speed automatic rumors in comments made right on this very site a few months ago.

I'm wondering now when this might debut. I had been guessing Nissan would show the new Rogue in April at the NY Auto Show followed by showing the new Pathfinder at Detroit in June. Now that the NY show has been pushed until late August, that will certainly alter Nissan's (as well as other makers) car reveal plans.

Anonymous said...

I had a 2002 I bought new, and loved it. A friend has it, almost 200k and looks like it has 50k. Was so disappointed with the subsequent generations and the drop in quality, and the CVT, in Nissans (I have a '13 Altima).

If they do indeed 'truck this up' a bit and gets rid of the CVT, I would love to return to a Pathfinder.

Nissan are you reading?