NISSAN’S large seven-seat SUV option is the Pathfinder, and the top-shelf Ti grade, reviewed here, is the most well-equipped, most luxurious and most expensive Pathfinder on sale.
However the Pathfinder hasn’t had the greatest standing with Australia’s motoring media since the current-generation arrived Down Under, with ride and handling being at the top of the list of complaints.
Nissan listened, and the 2017 update features changes designed to address those concerns.
On top of that, there’s also a fresh new face and more safety and infotainment equipment than before. So, how does it stack up now?
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