2013 Nissan Pathfinder: Wider, more beautiful, reduce fuel consumption by 30%

2013 Nissan Pathfinder: Wider, more beautiful, reduce fuel consumption by 30%
Entering the 2013 version, Nissan Pathfinder owns more eye-catching design and interior space more widely thanks to a new type of body structure. Besides, Japanese carmakers feel the V8 on the old version excess power they have replaced the V6, which reduces to 30% of fuel consumption while still strong enough to pull a 2.3 ton loads. Was developed based on the Infinity JX, 2013 Pathfinder ownership massive physique and spacious interior compartment with three rows of seats for seven passengers. Nissan's decision is justified because currently, there are many who want to buy a car just to travel, just carrying a lot of people, furniture, while the fuel consumption is not high. "Most of our customers not only need a car to move," said Tom Smith - Director of the Nissan SUV array of marketing said. "They lost interest in fuel consumption, performance and interior space of the car." Furthermore, the use of the new structure also helps to cut 227 kg of weight only 1.9 tons in 2013 Pathfinder. Power supply for 2013 Pathfinder V6 is a DOHC, 3.5 liter capacity 260 hp, allowing it to pull the weight up to 2.3 tonnes. For the version using the rear wheel drivetrain, the car's fuel consumption to reach 32 km / 3.8 liters in the city and 42 km / 3.8 liters on the highway. The Nissan has not announced pricing details for the Pathfinder 2013. However, most likely starting price will fall between $ 28,000 and selling time is later this year.     $ ("# Galleria_624504898"). Galleria ({ width: 490, height: 500, maxScaleRatio: 1, preload: 3, idleMode: false, trueFullscreen: false, });   Source: Autoblog


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