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If you are thinking about a Nissan Pathfinder, you are probably also looking at the new Pilot from Honda. Both vehicles are similar in build and price, but, which new SUV should be parked in your garage? Both cars earn comparable fuel economy, though the Nissan does outshine the Honda around town. The Nissan also boasts a comfortable interior through all three rows of seating.
The Nissan Pathfinder and Honda Pilot are pretty evenly matched when it comes to interior dimensions. Both vehicles offer a comparable amount of front leg, head, shoulder, and hip room. The Nissan offers a little more second-row legroom and front headroom, while the Honda offers a bit more shoulder room. To start the process on taking home your next new car, apply for an auto loan then discover your trade-in value right here on our website.
The Nissan's power-plant is a V-6 mated to a CVT that delivers 284 horsepower. The 3.5-liter V-6 with direct injection on the Honda Pilot manages 280 horsepower and 262 pound-feet of torque. The safety of each vehicle is also evenly matched. Unfortunately for Honda drivers, specific safety features, such as blind-spot monitors, are blocked behind trim packages. This need to upgrade Honda trims could mean that the Pathfinder is slightly more economical depending on the features that interest you.
If you are ready to experience the systems on a new Nissan Pathfinder for yourself, make the quick trip from Horry County and Conway to our Nissan dealer. After you find the ideal new Pathfinder to tackle your driving needs, our service department will be here to take care of your first oil change. Find the service deals and parts coupons you're looking for right here on our website. The helpful team at North Strand Nissan is here to help you find the ideal SUV for your garage. We hope you'll choose a Nissan Pathfinder. Book your test drive today!