There was little left untouched in the 2013 Nissan Pathfinder's redesign. Gone is the boxy, beefy SUV, says Cars.com Family reviewer Courtney Messenbaugh. In its place is a curvy crossover that easily hauls seven. The Pathfinder shines when it comes to third-row access, Courtney says. It takes its cues from the Infiniti JX35 and has second-row seats that can slide and tilt forward even when a forward-facing child-safety seat is installed. Family life just got a little easier.