2020 Nissan Pathfinder Interior

The 2020 Nissan Pathfinder is radically different from the original edition, which was meant more for driving on harsh roads than within city limits. However, it is in many ways similar to the 2019 model, but it does feature a few significant improvements. If you want to know everything about the 2020 variant, visit us at Sansone Jr’s 66 Automall near the cities of Belmar, Freehold, and Asbury Park, in Neptune, NJ. For now, let’s go through what the SUV’s interiors are like.

Three Rows and Seven Seats

The 2020 Pathfinder’s seating is extremely comfortable, but you should check how comfortable you feel on the rear seats, which have garnered mixed reviews from critics. However, considering that the 2019 edition of the Pathfinder had similar seating features, the 2020 edition’s seating is not too much of a surprise.

The Infotainment System

While the infotainment system of the 2020 Pathfinder is primarily touchscreen, it has physical knobs as well, which makes the system easier to control as you drive. Overall, the system’s CD player, satellite and HD radio, Bluetooth, and six-speaker stereo system are all quite impressive.

Storage Space

On the storage front, the Pathfinder offers a decent amount of cargo space. If you fold the third row of seats, you would get over 47 cubic feet of cargo space. If you want more storage space, you have the option of folding the second row along with the third row as well, which would give you cargo space of almost 80 cubic feet.

Safety Features

Some of the safety features you would find in the Pathfinder include automatic emergency braking, rear parking sensors, a rearview camera, and a forward-collision warning system as well. All of these features make the Pathfinder a car that combines style and substance with a decent level of safety as well.

If you live in and around Asbury Park, Freehold, or Belmar, do give us a visit at Sansone Jr’s 66 Automall in Neptune, NJ for a more detailed experience of the 2020 Nissan Pathfinder. You surely won’t be disappointed.

Source: Nissan