Nissan Pathfinder 2.5 dCi Automatic

Nissan Pathfinder, a robust and well finished TT.Bright in performance and moderate consumption.It allows a towing capacity.TT good skills in the field.alternative to the range in Diesel

sequential automatic transmission 5-speed2,400 eurosautomatic transmissionIt facilitates driving off-road 4x4The performancedo not differ greatly variants with manual gearboxconsumptionsonoritydecreaseslarge interior space and extensive modularityfolded individuallysatellite navigation system with traffic controlrear view camera parking aid

Plus PackIt combines traction control system and stability control programIt acts as electronic limited-slip differential

It seems to be a little slower than the manual versions (Something is yes), but also greatly enhances driving comfort. The transition between gears is done quickly and no appreciable jumps.

The price difference compared to manual variants seems a bit high, as 2,400 euros compared to manual final rate increase too.To date was only available automatic version of the Nissan Pathfinder for V6 petrol engine of 4.0 liters and 269 hp. Very interesting in terms of refinement and smoothness, but costly maintenance because of its high fuel consumption.Now comes a new alternative to the range in Diesel with automatic gearbox five-speed for the 2.5 174 hp and 41 Nm of torque. It incorporates an optimized version of the traction system All Mode 4X4 electronically controlled for selecting the drive mode: 2WD (rear wheel drive), Auto (automatic two or four wheels depending on the soil conditions), 4hi Lock (traction four-wheel locking) and 4low (four drive wheel reducing).

sequential automatic transmission 5-speed2,400 eurosautomatic transmissionIt facilitates driving off-road 4x4The performancedo not differ greatly variants with manual gearboxconsumptionsonoritydecreaseslarge interior space and extensive modularityfolded individuallysatellite navigation system with traffic controlrear view camera parking aid

Plus PackIt combines traction control system and stability control programIt acts as electronic limited-slip differential

It seems to be a little slower than the manual versions (Something is yes), but also greatly enhances driving comfort. The transition between gears is done quickly and no appreciable jumps.

The price difference compared to manual variants seems a bit high, as 2,400 euros compared to manual final rate increase too.