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2002 Nissan Pathfinder - Expert Reviews

 

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We have scoured the web for expert reviews of this car and found the best ones for you to read. Found 3 reviews. This list is displayed in ranked order based the reviews we think are the best.
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#1
2002 nissan pathfinder Professional Edmunds Review
Source: Edmunds

...and the more luxurious LE, which includes foglights, 17-inch wheels, a Bose audio system and fake wood accents. Both models can be ordered with a wide array of equipment. Highlights include a leather package (which includes side airbags) and a mobile entertainment system that includes a 6.4-inch flip-down LCD screen, a video or DVD player, and ports to plug in a gaming console like Sony's PlayStation 2. A navigation system, of the variety found in the Infiniti QX4, is also available, but we don't recommend it. While the "Birdview" perspective is interesting, teensy, tiny, little, itty-bitty...

#2
2002 Nissan Pathfinder Professional Cars.com Review
Source: Cars.com

...The Pathfinder SE has a four-speed-automatic or five-speed-manual transmission; XE and LE models come only with the automatic gearbox. The Pathfinder can have rear-wheel drive or a part-time four-wheel-drive system, which is intended for use on slippery surfaces. The 4WD system can be engaged or disengaged at up to 50 mph by using a floor-mounted transfer-case lever. The Pathfinder LE 4x4 has a push-button All-Mode 4WD system that permits up to 50 percent of available torque to reach the front wheels when needed. Safety Antilock brakes are standard. Side-impact airbags are part of an optional...

#3
2002 Nissan Pathfinder Overview
Source: CarGurus

...and the LE has the option of a driver-selected All-Mode 4WD, with four different settings to adapt to different road conditions. Optional limited slip differential on both the SE and LE helps with off-roading adventures.There are only two rows of seats in the 2002 Pathfinder, and the rear seat does feel cramped and hard to access. New last year was an optional DVD system for kids. Once you ditch the kids at soccer practice, you can fold down the 60/40 seats for up to 85 cubic feet of Home Depot space. The rear liftgate opens separately from the window for versatile access. There is also a bug...

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