2016 Nissan Pathfinder
Dual Panorama Moonroof
It’s got room, with a view. The available dual panorama moonroof stretches over all three rows of seats. Whether you’re in the city, on the highway, or cruising through the mountains, everyone has a great view.
The Nissan Pathfinder seats seven passengers, and everybody travels in style. Pathfinder offers loads of front headroom and legroom and class-exclusive reclining 3rd-row seats [*] are standard. Rich leather-appointed seats (front and second rows), a wood‐tone trim, and a Tri-Zone entertainment system [*] with three screens are all available options for the ultimate in sophisticated adventure.
Around View® Monitor [*]
Using four cameras, the available class-exclusive Around View® Monitor (AVM) [*] creates a composite image of the 2016 Pathfinder from above and displays it on the touch-screen monitor. This helps visually confirm the vehicle’s position relative to the lines around parking spaces and the adjacent objects displayed on the monitor, allowing the driver to maneuver into parking spots with more ease.
Tri-Zone Entertainment System
When the kids are happy, you are happy, and that’s where the available Tri-Zone Entertainment System [*] comes in. Up front, the driver and passenger can enjoy music. 2nd-row passengers can watch movies, play video games, plug in a laptop, all on dual 7-inch DVD monitors, listening on two wireless headsets. The entire system can be controlled through the touch-screen display on the dash.
Like every Nissan vehicle, Pathfinder comes equipped with a suite of standard safety, driving, and convenience features designed to inspire confidence behind the wheel, and help make every ride better, safer, and more enjoyable.
Available Smart Auto Headlights turn on automatically in the dark, or after four swipes if you activate your wipers. They also know to switch on if you drive into a tunnel, but are clever enough to stay off in the shade. Pretty smart for headlights. You might even say brilliant.
Backing-up and parking is a snap with the available AVM. Four cameras create a virtual 360° image of your Pathfinder, then display it on the LCD monitor to help you see exactly how much room you've got behind you, in front of you, and even between you and the curb. [*]
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