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2014 Nissan Pathfinder Compared To The 2014 Ford Explorer

Nissan has done it again, this time with the 2014 Pathfinder. A luxury SUV on a crossover frame makes for a vast improvement in the status quo of sports utility vehicles. There are a lot of options on the market today but few stand up the test of quality and reliability the way the Pathfinder does.

The Nissan Pathfinder offers best in class comfort with a surprisingly roomy interior. 7 seats make it easy to bring everyone along without sacrificing valuable legroom. For longer trips built in display screens in front headrests keep passengers entertained. The 2014 Nissan Pathfinder comes standard with a class-exclusive select-able transmission.

With the turn of a switch alternate between 2WD, 4WD and auto-mode. In auto-mode rough or slippery terrain is sensed by the system and automatically adjusted for by the vehicle. When the road evens out everything returns to normal all without any action needed on the driver’s part. Abundant interior lighting makes it easy to navigate options in the dark.

The Most Outstanding Features of the 2014 Nissan Pathfinder against the 2014 Ford Explorer

Some of the best features are those that you notice when you need them. The Xtronic CVT transmission system improves gas mileage while providing a better alternative to traditional metal gears. The VDC system monitors steering and braking, reducing power to certain wheels if necessary to prevent sliding. The Traction Control System senses tire spin and reduces throttle as necessary to regain traction. The precisely tooled chain eliminates gears altogether for a far superior experience.

Cargo space is a non issue with three rows of adjustable seating that can comfortably seat seven adults or fold flat for maximum cargo room. The Pathfinder even includes an under floor storage space for valuables to be stored out of sight. It even takes the scenery into account with an impressive dual panorama moonroof. All for less than the 2014 Ford Explorer and a lower base price. Who can argue with that?