The introduction of the new Pathfinder Armada full-size sport utility vehicle for 2004 doesnt mean Nissans midsize Pathfinder will disappear. Both will be part of Nissans lineup. ... Read Full Report
Armada's brute power blows competition away Toyota Motor Co.p. was the first Japanese brand to challenge Detroit in the full-size sport-ute arena. Now, two years after the arrival of Toyota's Sequoia, a second Japanese contender, the Pathfinder Armada, has been launched by Nissan Motor Co., and it finally seems like the Japanese mean business. The 2004 Pathfinder Armada, much like its... Read Full Review
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I purchased my 2004 Pathfinder (Platinum 4wd) in early 2005. The 4wd is excellent, have driven in mud and snow and better than just about any other car that was out there with me. Reliability has been... Read Full Review
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