Hybrid is not the thing that comes up to my mind when I hear the words “Nissan Pathfinder”. This fourth generation of the Nissan Pathfinder has finally come in from the family SUV wilderness. Nissan has put a lot into electric tech. Slight acceleration without sudden movements is achieved because of XTronic CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission). Max power of the car is 260 hp. Despite the economy sticker for the hybrid reads 9L/100km for the combined cycle, while the V6 returns 10.6L/100km in front-wheel drive models and 11.2L/100km when driven through all four-wheels. Max tank capacity is 80 L for diesel and 73 L for petrol models. The biggest advantages are: vast cabin even with battery pack, urban fuel use is frugal, plush interior.
The approximate price for Nissan Pathfinder 2015 varies from $26,500 for ST (4×2) to $48,000 for Ti Hybrid.