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PHOTO CAPTION: Nissan Pathfinder Hybrid

FIRST REVIEW: Nissan Pathfinder Hybrid

Three Pathfinder Hybrid models are available ranging from $42,490 to $68,090.

Published: 01-Oct-2014

Nissan's new Pathfinder Hybrid is not a replacement for the previous diesel model. That was a bit of a stump jumping, rock hopping, mudplugger. An old-school fourbie.

The new Pathy Hybrid is more your sophisticated luxury SUV family cruiser complete with a passenger-car style chassis and features. Oh, and Nissan would like to think an environmental conscience.

It can possibly go a tad off road (gravel/snow) but the thing is this big bus won't dent your finances too much when you have to fuel it up.


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