Nissan just debuted its 2022 Pathfinder. It gets fresh new design throughout, and gains a new nine-speed automatic transmission.
Thoughts? Sounds like it retains its overall size, so it's a little smaller than a Pilot. Full disclosure, I've owned 2 Pathfinders (R50s) and have been on the lookout for a low mileage V8 R51 for a while now. While I was seriously hoping they'd put it on the Frontier frame since they revealed both on the same day, I got half my wishes with the CVT being removed (in favor of the ZF 9 speed used in the Pilot, oh Nissan why couldn't you find a better unit to use) and the less minivan-like looks.
Interesting note, it's got higher than average tow rating of 6000 lbs... most of the other front drive based SUVs are at 5000 lbs. That extra 1,000 lbs really does open up quite a bit more opportunities for travel trailers.
I like it, I think it will be a better seller than the current Pathfinder.