2011 Nissan Pathfinder in Dubai considered golded old SUV, over the past few years, become softer and car-based, the 2011 Nissan Pathfinders in Dubai continues to buck that trend for its stronger build and comfortable than the newer edition of its own class. Among rugged poseurs, the Pathfinder sticks it out as a “real” truck, with body-on-frame construction for those who need traditional truck ruggedness, either for off-roading or heavy towing, but who don’t want to skimp too much on comfort.
Body-on-frame SUVs are typically not quite as good for passenger space as more modern car-based crossovers or minivans; but overall, the 2011 Pathfinder is quite passenger-friendly. There’s a flat-fold passenger seat in front, a 40/20/40-split second row, and a 50/50-split third row. The only real issue with the interior is that the seats themselves just aren’t as comfortable as they could or should be—they’re quite short in front, and skimpy padding all around means the Pathfinder isn’t such a great long-distance choice. Also, the tall step up to get into the Pathfinder might be challenging for kids, pets, or grandparents. Speaking of kids, the third row is for kids only; it’s just too tight, and hard to get into. The 2011 Nissan Pathfinder is able to swallow up a large amount of gear, both on top of and inside the car, thanks to a flat cargo floor, easy-folding seats, and a 200-pound capacity roof rack.