i have the chance to buy a 91 pathfinder,but do to the age i am a little concerned. it has 150000 miles.should i look for a younger version or do they hold up pretty well
pathfinders are like tanks they just keep going and going... as a mechanic i can tell you that it is a safe investment... you eill not sink to much money into those things... good luck withthe purchus
dude my buddy has one with 430,000 k on it and it is still goin strong....no major repairs...these things are a tank...built like a brick house....
mines still kicking strong for a 93 with 300000
my 97 Pathfinder has 230,000 and it's still kicking so I think you're safe
i cant really say as far as your specific car because i have an '02, but these cars last FOREVER you should be good
so did you buy this beast yet or what!
I have a 95 one, same shape but wide body, 315,000 kms all its had is a set of injectors, starts first pop -5 degrees C. Bulletproof if serviced regularly
My 94 pathfinder is still running....over 300,000 Ks on it and the engine still runs great...no oil burns at all.
mines a 95 and lets just say she hit some spots on the road but a smother driving car than my dads 04 izuzu axiom.... this car will forever have a place in my backyard
Get it.. but I would search for a SE version... 4X4.. If you don't live in a severe winter state, you don't need extra weight, and bad MPG, but it looks better I live in Michigan for past 8 years and we have 6 month long winter blasts. People do fine with front wheel drives. For example I have no idea why people buy 4WD in California. Actually my 95 Pathfinder was an SE 4WD version and I lived in CA when I bought it. What can I say, I was young(24) and stupid and we didn't have gas crisis back then.
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