Nissan is a multinational automaker company, and is going to introduce 2011 Nissan Pathfinder car. Check out superb photos, price and specifications of 2011 Nissan Pathfinder given below.
New 2011 Nissan Pathfinder car consists a number of styling modifications, new engines, new equipment line-up and an enhanced interior quality. The sales of the New 2011 Nissan Pathfinder will be started in this April. Nissan and Renault jointly will develop 3.0l V6 dCi engine and generate 238 hp and 55 Nm of torque and will also be used with the Infiniti EX and FX models in coming future. To give out better fuel efficiency, the existing engine 2.5l dCi generating 190 HP and 450 Nm torque which is modified with a fuel consumption of 8.4 liters/ 100 km. Redesigned grille and headlights are included in Cosmetic changes and on the interiors the standard equipments have been enhanced.
New color choices will also be provided for the exterior and these two models will be displayed along with new Micra, the Juke small crossover, the Leaf, the face lifted Qashqai and the 370Z Roadster. A new bonnet, a revised grille and a new bumper assembly, new headlamp design with distinctive projector styling and new 16-inch (steel and alloy) and 17-inch (alloy) wheels are included in the exterior changes while the interior modifications include revised door trims, new seat fabric, the addition of chrome highlights, revised dials and - depending on the model - the availability of Nissan Connect Premium with a new high-resolution touch screen.
The 2011 Nissan Pathfinder styling will continue to strut its tough-truck things. It has a blistered wheel arches, and resolutely upright body lines that sneer at the streamlined curves associated with crossovers. Pathfinder is among the very few remaining body-on-frame midsize SUVs along with the Toyota 4Runner. Four- and six-cylinder engines are the rule, and few can tow over 4,500 pounds. Pathfinder and its ilk bolt their body to a separate steel frame, a stout foundation that can bear the weight of heavy payloads and 7,000-pound trailers. Several, Pathfinder included, offer V-6 and V-8 power, and they commonly have traditional rear-wheel drive feature conventional four-wheel drive (4WD) systems suited to severe off-road conditions.
Nissan positions Pathfinder as a reasonably upscale SUV while aiming the less-expensive Nissan Xterra at a younger, active-4x4 crowds, and the Infiniti FX from its premium brand at style- and performance-minded affluent buyers. As standard equipment power windows with driver and front passenger auto-up/down, power locks, tilt steering wheel, cruise control, and remote keyless entry should be included again in every 2011 Pathfinder. For more secure stops and antiskid stability control, Antilock four-wheel disc brakes to fight sideways sliding also are included.
Head-protecting curtain bags are included in Passive safety that cover all three seating rows and are designed to deploy in side collisions or when sensors detect an impending rollover. The second-row seat is divided in 40/20/40 and, like the third-row bench, folds flat; a fold-down front passenger seat is also available to accommodate long items on all models. Standard on all but the entry-level S model are dual-zone automatic climate control, rear air conditioning, power-adjustable pedals, and a leather-wrapped steering wheel. You can also get leather upholstery, heated front seats, power moonroof, and driver’s seat memory.
The LE models should again come with heated mirrors, heated steering wheel, and Bluetooth cell-phone linking. Bose audio with 10 speakers and subwoofer are also included in the LE models. An auxiliary jack for digital devices is supplied on all but the S model but Pathfinder has not been available with a USB interface for iPods and the like. A 9.3 gigabyte music hard drive should return as standard on the LE-V-8 model and optional on the LE-V6 are included in a navigation system. Rear DVD entertainment also is available. Wheel sizes are 16-, 17-, and 18-inches, depending on model and option package.
For 2011 models, EPA mileage estimates that had not been released in time for this review but 2011 Nissan Pathfinder fuel-economy ratings are not apt to change much from 2010 levels. That suggests a rating of 15/22 mpg (city/highway) for 2WD V-6 models and 14/20 for 4WD V-6 Pathfinders. The 2011 Pathfinder LE-V8 should return with a rating of 13/18 mpg.
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