2017 Nissan Pathfinder consumer reviews

$30,290–$31,980 MSRP range
side view of 2017 Pathfinder Nissan
90% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.8
  • Interior design 4.6
  • Performance 4.6
  • Value for the money 4.6
  • Exterior styling 4.7
  • Reliability 4.6
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Just purchased.

Great ride and stylish, haven't taken on a trip yet, but looking forward to when we do. Counting on car to give us years of traveling.


I Love My Nissan

This SUV meets all of my needs. It's the perfect size, the gas mileage is great and I love the interior & exterior styling. I've had it for 2 months now and I'm loving it.


Happy to have made this purchase

After purchasing a 2017 Nissan Pathfinder my family has been able to enjoying the amount space to ride comfortably. The handling of this vehicle on the road is fantastic.


2 y/o Platinum Pathfinder is a RUST BUCKET

Rust on Sub Frame of 2017 Pathfinder and below rear hatch window. Neither the dealer nor Nissan Consumer Affairs will fix it. SHAME ON YOU NISSAN, this is not how to retain customers!! -dp-


Stylish...Great performance...great engineering.

Have has a 2017 pathfinder and my wife and I love to drive it. Great acceleration and smooth driving. Vert stylish and overall very good performance. Love Nissan autos.


A great car for multiple kids and hauling eqipment

Has everything you could possibly need. And then more! The drive is so smooth and the Bose surround sound system is just one of many things the SL performance and tech package offers. Mine was 20MPG City and 27 MPG HWY


very good

a very good car that can carry as much stuff in the trunk as you need and has a very comfortable ride and good safety ratings and safety tech.


Reliable truck

Very dependable, smooth ride lots of leg room great for road trips for a reliable truck pretty good on the road and the kids enjoy it


Didn't meet expectation

I've previously owned Pathfinder 1991 for over 10 year. That was excellent track. The new 2017 I have for more than a year so far which is complete opposite. Nissan Path 2017 is very bad designed. The road observation is very bad. You can't remove seats easily, which is heavy and eat a lot of room. The door lock is locking back door for no reason. There is no frame no more. They change it to F body. NISSAN Dealer was not answer my question correctly about the frame and I didn't check. So this car is not a track, it is not a van, and it is still heavy to drive and control. I want to get rid of this car. NISSAN dealer provided good service so far. There was a recall on ABS system. I've got replaced this part for free since this car is still under manufacturer warranty.



The online reviews don't do my Nissan Pathfinder justice. The ride is very comfortable and quiet. It has all the "old fashioned" knobs and dials to control functions on the dash as well as voice control and a touch screen. Redundency is great. Acceleration is adequate and I have had no issues with the CVT that the "haters" keep mentioning. I does artificial "shifts" so that you think you are driving a normal automatic transmission vehicle. I occassionally travel for my job and the interior room is exceptional with the third row stowed down. Comfort. Good gas mileage. Roomy. Good ergonomics. What more can you ask of an SUV? I purchased the upscale SL model with leather, navigation and AWD and am totally pleased with my choice. I have gotten used to the 360 degree camera system and will never own another vehicle without this option. I also noticed the 5 year/60,000 mile powertrain factory warranty that gives me some comfort with the CVT. I enjoy getting in the driver's seat every time I use my Pathfinder. For safety it has parking sensors and blind spot moitoring, but I sure would like to have had lane departure warning and accident avoidance with automatic braking. Maybe in my next vehicle???