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Old 10-25-2003, 08:17 PM
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Ok changed my mind, I like evrtyhing cept the headlights,
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Originally posted by gavriil
So my first thought is:

I am surprised to see the VQ engine be enlarged all the way to 4 liters. This is one large V6 now.

The second thought is:

I wonder if that means that this engine will be used for Nissan and Infiniti cars...like the Z and the G. If I had to guess, I would say no. Too large for a V6. Plus I just cant see a 400 Z or a G40...I dont know.
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I think it looks badass
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Of couse, the new pathfinder is the small brother of the other big bad asss Pathfinder Armada. Armada is too BIG and too BAD ass for some. I think it would be hit like the current Pathfinder.

Now 4.0L VQ V6 will get you more than 300HP easily. Now the Endurance V8 is 305HP/385lbft could be easily go like 100 HP more. Imagine the current Endurance does not even have Nissan CVTC (like i-VTEC) nor a variable length intake!!

Nissan is doing the right thing... Good evening Honda!...
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i dont know why, but the front looks like the element........which i hate!

but overall it looks nice.
and a 4.0 V6??
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Hmm...i actualy cant decide if i like it or not...need more pics i guess.
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H O T !!!

I'd buy that.
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NICE i like it. ford rangers use 4.0 v6's too but theirs suck
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pretty nice


i've always had a thing for pathfinders....i'd rock it....plus it would make an awesome winter beater
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A 4.0 V-6, dahm, that is huge....
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I hope the 4 liter gets in the G and Z cars.
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saw one in our parking lot, its a bohemoth
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saw one in our parking lot, its a bohemoth
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i hate the tailgate window and rear quarter windows other than that its very nice!
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i hate the tailgate window and rear quarter windows other than that its very nice!
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I like the older ones better.
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it's aiite.
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I like it...

dallison- you prob saw the pathfinder armada, thats the behemoth, this is to replace the regular pathfinder.
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I like it...

dallison- you prob saw the pathfinder armada, thats the behemoth, this is to replace the regular pathfinder.
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I like the older one better. This just looks big and boxy.
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I like the older one better. This just looks big and boxy.
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Looks TIGHT.

I'd buy it. Those rims are HOT too.
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Looks TIGHT.

I'd buy it. Those rims are HOT too.
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Originally posted by dallison
saw one in our parking lot, its a bohemoth
I saw an Armada when I was in Maryland. Huge.
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Originally posted by dallison
saw one in our parking lot, its a bohemoth
I saw an Armada when I was in Maryland. Huge.
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Originally posted by cusdaddy
I like the older one better. This just looks big and boxy.
I just said that. :sqnteek:
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Originally posted by cusdaddy
I like the older one better. This just looks big and boxy.
I just said that. :sqnteek:
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I just said that. :sqnteek:
I didn't see your reply when I made mine. I guess we think alike
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I just said that. :sqnteek:
I didn't see your reply when I made mine. I guess we think alike
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Nice interior.
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2005 Nissan Pathfinder

Key Dimensions and Specifications


Engine 4.0-liter DOHC V6
250-plus horsepower
270-plus lb-ft torque
(Final figures will be announced closer to production)

Transmission 5-speed electronically controlled automatic

Frame Fully boxed, all-steel (F-Alpha frame, based on Nissan Pathfinder Armada)

Drive configuration Front engine/rear-wheel or All-Mode 4-wheel drive with 2WD/AUTO/4H/4LO modes, electronically controlled transfer case or part-time 4-wheel drive with 2WD/4H/4LO
Available Vehicle Dynamic Control (VDC)
Available advanced off-road traction system

Suspension Independent double-wishbone front suspension with stabilizer bar
Independent double-wishbone rear suspension with stabilizer bar
Available performance shock absorbers

Steering Engine speed-sensitive power-assisted rack-and-pinion

Brakes 4-wheel disc with Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) with Electronic Brake force Distribution (EBD) and Brake Assist (BA)

Wheels/Tires Up to 17-inch/265/65R17


Wheelbase 112.2 inches

Length 187.6 inches

Width 72.8 inches


Height 69.9 inches (w/o roof rack)




Select Exterior Features Active, rugged Pathfinder Armada-style exterior design with integrated front bumper, aggressive geometric fenders, angled strut-style grille, angled C-pillar with Nissan SUV signature high-mounted rear door handles, highly functional roof rack with integrated forward and rear grips

Select Interior Features Standard 2nd and 3rd row flat-folding seats with 7-passenger seating, fold-down front passenger seat, 40/20/40 split 2nd row seat with hidden under-seat storage compartment, 50/50 split 3rd row seat, large center console

Safety Zone Body construction with front and rear crumple zones, Nissan Advanced Air Bag System (AABS) (includes dual-stage front supplemental air bags with seat belt sensors and a front occupant classification sensor), 3-point front seat belts with pretensioners and load limiters, available supplemental front seat side-impact air bags and available roof-mounted supplemental curtain air bags for side-impact and rollover protection for outboard passengers in all three rows, 3-point seat belts for all seat positions, including 2nd row center position, and LATCH (Lower Anchors and Tethers for CHildren) child seat anchor system

Models 4x2 and 4x4 in a choice of trim levels

Manufacturing Assembled by Nissan North America Manufacturing Smyrna & Decherd Tennessee Plant
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2005 Nissan Pathfinder

Key Dimensions and Specifications


Engine 4.0-liter DOHC V6
250-plus horsepower
270-plus lb-ft torque
(Final figures will be announced closer to production)

Transmission 5-speed electronically controlled automatic

Frame Fully boxed, all-steel (F-Alpha frame, based on Nissan Pathfinder Armada)

Drive configuration Front engine/rear-wheel or All-Mode 4-wheel drive with 2WD/AUTO/4H/4LO modes, electronically controlled transfer case or part-time 4-wheel drive with 2WD/4H/4LO
Available Vehicle Dynamic Control (VDC)
Available advanced off-road traction system

Suspension Independent double-wishbone front suspension with stabilizer bar
Independent double-wishbone rear suspension with stabilizer bar
Available performance shock absorbers

Steering Engine speed-sensitive power-assisted rack-and-pinion

Brakes 4-wheel disc with Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) with Electronic Brake force Distribution (EBD) and Brake Assist (BA)

Wheels/Tires Up to 17-inch/265/65R17


Wheelbase 112.2 inches

Length 187.6 inches

Width 72.8 inches


Height 69.9 inches (w/o roof rack)




Select Exterior Features Active, rugged Pathfinder Armada-style exterior design with integrated front bumper, aggressive geometric fenders, angled strut-style grille, angled C-pillar with Nissan SUV signature high-mounted rear door handles, highly functional roof rack with integrated forward and rear grips

Select Interior Features Standard 2nd and 3rd row flat-folding seats with 7-passenger seating, fold-down front passenger seat, 40/20/40 split 2nd row seat with hidden under-seat storage compartment, 50/50 split 3rd row seat, large center console

Safety Zone Body construction with front and rear crumple zones, Nissan Advanced Air Bag System (AABS) (includes dual-stage front supplemental air bags with seat belt sensors and a front occupant classification sensor), 3-point front seat belts with pretensioners and load limiters, available supplemental front seat side-impact air bags and available roof-mounted supplemental curtain air bags for side-impact and rollover protection for outboard passengers in all three rows, 3-point seat belts for all seat positions, including 2nd row center position, and LATCH (Lower Anchors and Tethers for CHildren) child seat anchor system

Models 4x2 and 4x4 in a choice of trim levels

Manufacturing Assembled by Nissan North America Manufacturing Smyrna & Decherd Tennessee Plant
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