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  • “The speed-sensitive power steering is so dead and heavy that the driver feels like a pallbearer at Luciano Pavarotti's funeral.” — Car and Driver
  • “...it offers more flexibility and interior volume than some competitors in the mid-size utility category, including the Toyota Highlander, Ford Explorer, and Honda Pilot.” — The Car Connection
  • “Behind the wheel, though, drivers will likely forget they're driving a seven-seat crossover utility vehicle.” — The Car Connection
  • “A large, upward sloping grille and two large headlight housings convey toughness, but for the most part the latest Pathfinder projects a friendly image.” — Kelley Blue Book
  • “The V6 can feel a little sluggish during passing maneuvers, and the efficiency-oriented CVT can be slow to respond if you get aggressive with the gas pedal. In time, you get used to both of these traits...” — Edmunds.com

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