The automaker is making the Pathfinder more comfortable inside and out, returning it to a unibody platform — instead of its previous body-on-frame design — and adding more creature comforts to the cabin.
“One of the dilemmas facing families with both young children and infants/toddlers is getting the older kids in the third row without having to remove a child seat mounted in the second row. This innovative design solves that issue,” Al Castignetti, Nissan vice president and general manager, said in a press release.
Both rows also slide and recline for passenger comfort and fold flat for cargo hauling. There’s also underfloor storage in the cargo area.