The latest Nissan Pathfinder cars in stock
For most 4x4 drivers, the nearest they get to offroading is Waitrose's car park. These people should avoid the used Nissan Pathfinder, because this is one 4x4 that means business. The Pathfinder is built to tow for England while shrugging off everything Mother Nature can chuck at it. The used Nissan Pathfinder was boosted in 2010 with a more potent 190bhp 2.5 dCi diesel, which actually reduced its emissions. A 4-litre V6 petrol is also available, with a 0-60mph time of 8.6 seconds. Goodies on the used entry-level Nissan Pathfinder S include alloys, dual-zone climate control, CD, heated door mirrors and electric windows. With the SE, you also get front fogs, privacy glass, roof rails and three rows of seats. The SVE provides leather seats, cruise control, rain-sensing wipers and automatic headlamps. Go for the top-of-the range T-Spec and you'll enjoy electric sunroof, DVD sat-nav and colour reversing camera. Trims were rebranded in 2006 to Trek, Sport and Aventura, and from 2009 just the Acenta and Tekna.