With Nissan having introduced a 2017MY update for the Pathfinder earlier this month, it’s time to talk about the next SUV incarnation. The 2019 Nissan Pathfinder, which will bring the fourth generation of the machine, is far from its advanced stages of development, the spy prototype being heavily camouflaged. In fact, that’s why we should take the boxy rear end, which looks like the second-generation model (R51), with a grain of salt.
The current car looks pretty good despite the fact that it looks like a van. This has been the trend in its class and we are not sure that the 2019 Nissan Pathfinder will change a lot. The front end will probably pick up some of its features that make it look much more mature than older models. The wide V-shaped grille and the serious-looking headlamps create a truly imposing look. The new model will probably be similar to this one. However, from the profile, the new car will probably change a bit. We expect more muscular lines and probably a more general-looking male car that will make the new Pathfinder look like a real SUV.
The latest model of the Pathfinder crossover in 2017 has significantly increased its power and towing capacity. Now, it can go further. If the rumors come from reliable sources, the same 3.5-liter V-6 unit will provide power for Nissan Pathfinder 2019. But, upgrades and upgrades on the engine can push it closer to 300 hp and 300 lb-ft of torque. In addition, fans would like to see better fuel economy and better towing. The gearbox that will convert power to the wheels is 6-speed automatic. It is almost certain that the new crossover will use both two and four wheel drive.