ABC 13 in Houston rode with Pathfinder owner Marlise Holzworth to experience the issue, Holzworth saying that it feels like her vehicle is about to stop when the shudder occurs. Nissan responded to the report, saying that, "A new part has been developed for 2013 Pathfinders that exhibit symptoms similar to those Ms. Holzworth describes. The necessary part should be available at Nissan dealers in June."
Likewise, according to a post on the PathfinderTalk forum, user Krsin97 was informed by a Nissan engineer in April that "[We] are aware of the problem and Nissan is working on update that will come out at the end of June to eliminate the problem."
We've reached out to Nissan for comment but haven't heard anything as of this writing. You can watch the ABC report in the video below.
UPDATE: Nissan officials emailed with us, just after this story had been published yesterday afternoon. In the email Nissan stated, "Our Consumer Affairs team has been in touch with the customer and will advise her on timing for having the vehicle serviced." Beyond that, the company stands by the statements made to ABC 13.