The 2007 Nissan Pathfinder 4WD: A Review of a Powerful SUV

The 2007 Nissan Pathfinder 4WD is a midsize SUV that offers impressive power, space, and versatility. Equipped with a 4.0-liter V6 engine that produces 266 horsepower and 288 lb-ft of torque, it can tow up to 6,000 pounds and handle rugged terrain with ease. The 4-wheel or all-wheel drive options provide excellent off-road capabilities, while the automatic 5-speed transmission ensures smooth shifts and effortless acceleration.

This SUV is classified as a Sport Utility Vehicle - 4WD and is perfect for adventurous families who need ample space for passengers and cargo. The Pathfinder can seat up to seven passengers and has a cargo capacity of 16 cubic feet with all seats in use. When the rear seats are folded, the cargo capacity expands to an impressive 79.2 cubic feet.

The fuel efficiency of the Pathfinder 4WD is not its strongest suit, with a combined mpg of 16 and an annual petroleum consumption of 18.594375 gallons. However, the use of premium gasoline and the 6-cylinder engine displacement of 4.0 liters ensure that the SUV delivers on power and acceleration.

The 2007 model year of the Nissan Pathfinder 4WD has an EPA model type index of 0, which means that it is not a hybrid or electric vehicle. The co2 tailpipe for fuel type is 555.4375, and the annual fuel cost for the fuel type is $4,500.

One of the notable features of the Pathfinder 4WD is its You Save/Spend value of -$12,000. This means that it is more expensive to own and operate than the average vehicle in its class. However, for those who value power, space, and versatility, the Pathfinder 4WD is a worthwhile investment.