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2006 Nissan Pathfinder

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$28,650
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Engine Engine 4.0LV-6
MPG MPG 15 City / 21 Hwy
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2006 Pathfinder Overview

The 2006 Nissan Pathfinder is a big and brawny sport utility.Pathfinder is built on the superb ladder frame from the big Nissan Titan pickup.As a result, it offers excellent off-road capability.The Pathfinder can go practically anywhere and get there in style and comfort.This is an authentic off-highway vehicle.

Totally redesigned and re-engineered for 2005, the current Pathfinder is significantly larger than previous models.It offers more interior space and more convenience features.It also offers third-row seating for up to seven people.

The 4.0-liter V6 that powers the Pathfinder is a larger, retuned version of the engine that powers the 350Z.Its five-speed automatic transmission is specifically geared to capitalize on the engine's torque characteristics.Maximum towing capacity, with proper equipment, is 6000 pounds.

The Off-Road 4WD model features Hill Descent Control, which limits downhill speed without driver intervention, and Hill Start Assist, which briefly holds the Pathfinder on a slope while the driver releases the brake pedal and applies the accelerator.

In short, the Pathfinder is an excellent alternative to the Toyota 4Runner.

Only minor changes with option packages distinguish the 2006 Pathfinder from the '05 model.
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2006 Pathfinder Overview

The 2006 Nissan Pathfinder is a big and brawny sport utility.Pathfinder is built on the superb ladder frame from the big Nissan Titan pickup.As a result, it offers excellent off-road capability.The Pathfinder can go practically anywhere and get there in style and comfort.This is an authentic off-highway vehicle.

Totally redesigned and re-engineered for 2005, the current Pathfinder is significantly larger than previous models.It offers more interior space and more convenience features.It also offers third-row seating for up to seven people.

The 4.0-liter V6 that powers the Pathfinder is a larger, retuned version of the engine that powers the 350Z.Its five-speed automatic transmission is specifically geared to capitalize on the engine's torque characteristics.Maximum towing capacity, with proper equipment, is 6000 pounds.

The Off-Road 4WD model features Hill Descent Control, which limits downhill speed without driver intervention, and Hill Start Assist, which briefly holds the Pathfinder on a slope while the driver releases the brake pedal and applies the accelerator.

In short, the Pathfinder is an excellent alternative to the Toyota 4Runner.

Only minor changes with option packages distinguish the 2006 Pathfinder from the '05 model.Hide Full Review