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Nissan has updated and redesigned nearly all of its vehicles, and one that’s benefitting from a particularly fortuitous makeover is the 2021 Nissan Pathfinder.
A prototype for the 2021 Nissan Pathfinder was recently approved, so we can expect a debut early next year. It appears that the new SUV will have proportions similar to those of the current model, although the soft lines of the latter will give way to a more rugged, squared appearance.
As for the interior, it may be inspired by the Nissan Rogue. The infotainment screen certainly presents the same hexagonal shape as that of the Pathfinder’s little brother.
With regard to its design and its nomenclature, we aren’t quite sure whether to refer it as a crossover or a midsize car.
Here’s why. The Pathfinder will retain its unibody construction similar to that of a car, while the platform will remain that of a hybrid. It brings to mind the CMF-D platform Nissan developed in its alliance with Renault and Mitsubishi. This makes the vehicle the perfect compromise for those looking for comfort, but also plenty of power and durability.
It’s not for nothing that it served as a reference for Infiniti, which borrowed the platform for its QX60.
In terms of drivetrain, the 3.5 L V6 delivering 284 horsepower and 259 pound-feet of torque in the current Pathfinder will most likely be carried over and paired with a continuously variable transmission. A four-cylinder hybrid powertrain may soon be on the menu, as well.
Coming soon to Solution Nissan in Châteauguay, the 2021 Nissan Pathfinder is on the verge of revealing all of its secrets. Come and meet our representatives to learn a little more about it.
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