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Nissan Pathfinder R52 ST-L N-Sport

Nissan Pathfinder R52 ST-L N-Sport (2018-2020)

Also referred to as: Nissan Pathfinder R52 ST-L N-Sport 2019 and Nissan Pathfinder R52 ST-L N-Sport 2021.
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Nice car, if only Nissan crawled from under their rock though


I have a 2018 run out N Sport, it's a nice car with plenty of room. Ample power for a front wheeled drive car but it also uses plenty of fuel to support it.

But... Nissan, why the hell do you make a car with no digital speedo when the law thinks I'm a mass murderer for doing 3ks over the speed limit?? And why do I get a beautiful sounding 13 speaker Bose stereo and then the controls/ Facia to support it are rubbish? Android and Apple car play are not that hard! Such a let down.

I'm not a fan of CVT at all, and this one is no exception.

But I do love being able to pile the family in and travel in comfort and the access to the rear is great!

Purchased in March 2019.

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