The Pathfinder SUV of old was a body on frame off-road warrior that sorely lacked interior space and on-road manners. It was heavy and fuel economy was just average.

A new unibody platform replaces the truck-like architecture of the past.  The result?  A more comfortable, car-based Pathfinder that?s still capable of towing up to 5,000 pounds and carrying 7 passengers.

A new 2014 hybrid model is powered by a supercharged, 2.5-liter, 4-cylinder engine combined with a 15-kilowatt electric assist motor and CVT gearbox, borrowed from Nissan?s luxury-branded Infiniti QX60 Hybrid.

Four trim levels make for a long list of standard and optional features including such hot items as a multiview parking camera,a power-adjustable heated steering wheel, cooled front seats, a navigation system with real-time traffic, and a 120-volt AC power outlet.

The base front wheel drive Pathfinder stickers at around $28,000 before options. A Platinum All Wheel Drive trim will top $41,000.

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