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The 2011 Nissan Pathfinder has a respectable list of features, though the focused off-road features are gone and the top LE trim can still push past $45k.
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A 7-inch information screen in the center stack is standard on the SE, featuring a graphical display for instant and average fuel economy as well as details about the song and artist currently playing.
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The Bluetooth system is voice activated and only works while the car is moving.

The rearview camera, the heated steering wheel and the navigation system all proved useful enough at various times, but I could live without any of it and not miss a thing.

The 2011 Nissan Pathfinder has a strong feature set compared to most other truck-based SUV models. Most tech-savvy shoppers will be happy with what's inside, and Nissan allows even those who want a focused off-road vehicle quite a level of luxury.

New this year is the Pathfinder SV, which replaces the Pathfinder SE and slots just above the base Pathfinder S. The Pathfinder S comes with an ample but unremarkable list of features, but the new SV adds a lot, including a multi-function display, power driver's seat, power-adjustable pedals, upgraded seat fabric, illuminated steering-wheel audio controls, rear climate control, fog lamps, running boards, a garage-door opener, and a rear-view monitor.

Above the SV, the Pathfinder Silver Edition gets dressed up with machine-finished alloy wheels, heated outside mirrors, and special badging, plus heated seats, Bluetooth hands-free, Intelligent Key, XM Satellite Radio, and upgraded Bose audio with ten speakers. The LE model is worth checking out if you want a more luxurious driving experience; it offers an optional DVD entertainment system that is not available on any other models, plus leather, a heated steering wheel, and wood trim.

Options for all models include a nav system with a 9.3GB Music Box entertainment, DVD entertainment, and a power sunroof.


The 2011 Nissan Pathfinder has a respectable list of features, though the focused off-road features are gone and the top LE trim can still push past $45k.

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