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Nissan Pathfinder

Now in its fourth generation, the Nissan Pathfinder is a "crossover utility vehicle," combining the features of a full-sized SUV with the economy of a station wagon. The car was introduced to the market in 1985.

The first generation was a two-door SUV, designed and built in response to vehicles such as the Chevrolet Blazer and the Ford Bronco. As such, it had a relatively boxy, utilitarian and inelegant appearance. One feature that set the Pathfinder apart from similar SUVs was a four-wheel drive option that could be engaged while the vehicle was in motion, used in combination with a four-speed automatic transmission - which was virtually unheard of before that time. A drawback to the vehicle's design that made it less popular in North America was its two-door configuration. In order to increase market share, Nissan introduced a four-door version in 1990.

The second generation, which came out in 1995, featured a more streamlined body. Manufactured for ten years, the Nissan Pathfinder was on its way to becoming the vehicle it is today. During this period, the engine grew in size and power, while the timing belt was replaced with a more durable timing chain. Nissan began offering Intelligent Cruise Control, which automatically maintains a certain distance between the vehicle and the one ahead of it while engaged. This year also saw the introduction of a rear-seat video entertainment system, with a choice of videotape or DVD players. In 2004, the Pathfinder underwent further refinements in terms of exterior appearance. In 2005, a third row of seating was added, increasing passenger carrying capacity.

The 2015 Nissan Pathfinder, as well as the latest model, bears very little resemblance to its boxy ancestor of the mid-1980s. Its sleek lines resemble a sleek estate car more than a utility vehicle. With a 3.5 liter V6 engine delivering 260 horsepower and getting up to 27 miles per gallon on the highway, the Pathfinder delivers a nice balance between power and economy. One drawback that has been pointed out is the fact that, whereas competing vehicles like the Honda Pilot and Chevrolet Traverse can carry eight occupants, the Pathfinder carries only seven - and at full passenger capacity, doesn't have a lot of room for luggage or cargo. Nonetheless, its comfort and excellent handling (despite its relatively high center of gravity) continues to make it a favorite among consumers.

Most owners have been very happy with their purchase. However, if you are thinking about the purchase of a used Nissan Pathfinder, you should be aware that the 2005 and 2006 models have had a serious problem in which coolant leaks into the transmission. This problem has tended to occur at between 100,000 and 113,000 miles, and can cost over $4000 to repair (basically, the transmission needs to be replaced). Other than this, your biggest concern with a Pathfinder will be ordinary wear and tear. New and used Nissan Pathfinder parts can be obtained for less through online sources such as PartsGeek.com. They also carry a line of Nissan Pathfinder performance parts as well as Nissan Pathfinder accessories for those wishing to enhance their driving experience.

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Used OEM Nissan Pathfinder Parts

This 2019 Nissan Pathfinder SE is Stock #20-040-3 and has 101 used parts still available for purchase. This donor vehicle is a SUV 5 Door and has a 3.5L engine. The model package is SE and the transmission is AT. The vehicle's outside color is Grey (Grey).

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This 2015 Nissan Pathfinder SE is Stock #18-067-3 and has 59 used parts still available for purchase. This donor vehicle is a SUV 4 Door and has a 3.5L engine. The model package is SE and the transmission is AT. The vehicle's outside color is Gray (Gun Metallic Gray).

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This 2014 Nissan Pathfinder SLE is Stock #18-016-3 and has 74 used parts still available for purchase. This donor vehicle is a SUV 5 Door and has a 3.5L engine. The model package is SLE and the transmission is AT. The vehicle's outside color is White (White).

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This 2008 Nissan Pathfinder is Stock #160139-3 and has 37 used parts still available for purchase. This donor vehicle is a 4 Door Wagon.

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This 2006 Nissan Pathfinder is Stock #170225-3 and has 22 used parts still available for purchase. This donor vehicle is a 4 Door Wagon.

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This 2005 Nissan Pathfinder is Stock #160203-3 and has 35 used parts still available for purchase. This donor vehicle is a 4 Door Wagon.

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This 2005 Nissan Pathfinder is Stock #160117-3 and has 30 used parts still available for purchase. This donor vehicle is a 4 Door Wagon.

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This 2005 Nissan Pathfinder is Stock #15132L-3 and has 38 used parts still available for purchase.

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This 2005 Nissan Pathfinder is Stock #15071-3 and has 25 used parts still available for purchase.

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This 2004 Nissan Pathfinder is Stock #160026-3 and has 53 used parts still available for purchase. This donor vehicle is a 4 Door Wagon.

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This 2002 Nissan Pathfinder is Stock #170233-3 and has 43 used parts still available for purchase.

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This 2001 Nissan Pathfinder SE is Stock #18-142-3 and has 82 used parts still available for purchase. This donor vehicle is a 4 Door Wagon and has a 3.5L engine. The model package is SE and the transmission is AT. The vehicle's outside color is Gold (Gold).

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This 2001 Nissan Pathfinder is Stock #16003-3 and has 40 used parts still available for purchase. This donor vehicle is a 4 Door Wagon.

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This 2000 Nissan Pathfinder is Stock #160145-3 and has 46 used parts still available for purchase. This donor vehicle is a 4 Door Wagon.

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This 1999 Nissan Pathfinder is Stock #160011-3 and has 28 used parts still available for purchase. This donor vehicle is a 4 Door Wagon.

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This 1998 Nissan Pathfinder is Stock #160152-3 and has 47 used parts still available for purchase.

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This 1995 Nissan Pathfinder is Stock #170250-3 and has 20 used parts still available for purchase. This donor vehicle is a 4 Door Wagon.

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This 1994 Nissan Pathfinder is Stock #3813-3 and has 22 used parts still available for purchase. This donor vehicle is a 4 Door Wagon.

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This 1988 Nissan Pathfinder is Stock #160079-3 and has 20 used parts still available for purchase.

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About Nissan Pathfinder

Nissan Pathfinder is a mid-size crossover Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV) manufactured by the exceptional Japanese automaker Nissan Motor Company Ltd since 1985. The first Nissan Pathfinder was introduced in 1985 as a 2-door SUV and derived from Nissan's compact pickup platform. From 1895 to 1995, Nissan Pathfinder was classified as a compact SUV, then from 1995 to 2012 a mid-size SUV. Its size is bigger than Murano but smaller than Armada or Patrol but more expensive than Xterra and cheaper than Murano. At present, Nissan Pathfinder has been produced through four generations.
The third-generation Nissan Pathfinder (R51 series; 2005-2012) was first released at 2014 North American Auto Show for the 2015 model year although its Dunehawk Concept debuted at the 2003 IAA already. The facelifted North American version Nissan Pathfinder was introduced at the 2009 Chicago Auto Show. It was offered in S, ST-L and so on. And Nissan Pathfinder was powered by 4.0 L V6, 2.5 L Turbodiesel I4, 5.6 L V8 and 3.0 L Turbodiesel V6 engines mated to 5-speed and 7-speed automatic and 6-speed manual transmissions. Then the fourth-generation Nissan Pathfinder (R52 series: 2013-present) went on sale in October 2012 as a 2013 model. It now is available in S, SV, SL, Platinum and Midnight Edition trim levels powered by 2.5 L I4 gasoline hybrid and 3.5 L V6 gasoline engines. And both engines are attached to a CVT.

Nissan Pathfinder Common Problems & Maintenance Tips

Nissan is always renowned for precise engineering and high quality, which are what Nissan Pathfinder has as well. However, it is a pity that no matter how tough the Nissan Pathfinder is built, as accumulation of mileage, problems still come for it:
First, engine failure. As the soul of a vehicle, engine's importance speaks for itself. And it is also a very vulnerable part that would wear. In Nissan Pathfinder, some owners pointed out that when the vehicle had a mileage of approximately 110,000 miles, the engine would go wrong as overheating, misfiring, decreasing in power, fuel economy and acceleration and even giving out strange noises. Sometimes, they could smell oil odor and see dirty exhaust. If electrical parts are also affected and the Check Engine Light on your Pathfinder comes on, then the Pathfinder intake manifold, drive belt, rod bearing, valve cover gasket and throttle body gasket are the ones to blame.
Second, suspension and transmission issues. The best advantage of a functioning suspension is that it can keep you stay away from unpleasant driving experience. However, some Nissan Pathfinder drivers told that the severely damaged front brakes and tire wear tilted the vehicle to one side, bouncing and excessive vibrations and noises made a terrible driving. Sluggish response in handling and vehicle bottoming out are the indicators to replace the Pathfinder leaf spring bushing, control arm bushing, coil spring insulator, sway bar bushing, wheel bearing and control arm shaft kit. As for transmission failure, you can inspect the valve body directly.
It is never enough for you to maintain your Nissan Pathfinder as it is made of so many auto parts. But in fact, some parts in it could last as long as the vehicle could and just a little could not. Your attention should be paid to them. Door handle and door lock actuator are essential door parts for your Nissan Pathfinder in providing convenience for entering or existing from vehicle or providing protection for your property from being stolen. So you are supposed to maintain them routinely. Same goes to wiper arm, seat belt and headlight cover.
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