True all-rounder

by Nancy Kikvadze

The car shown at the Detroit auto show, which the creators somehow called the concept, had no futuristic details on the exterior or interior. Looking at the model, no one doubted that such a car would stand on a conveyor. The Japanese even talked about the technical components of the novelty.

At the time, on the line of future Nissan product news, the Pathfinder was the first to be called conceptual. The name-Pathfinder means a roadblock, a roadblock, which emphasizes the nature of the car.

In the third row of seats, in the Nissan Pathfinder model, can seat seven passengers freely.

The car is equipped with a 4.0-liter, 266 hp V6. The engine works with a five-speed automatic transmission. The Japanese have indicated that the new power plant is 25% more economical than its predecessor. The low mass of the car has played an important role in this, thanks to the new exterior design.

The appearance is better suited to the Nissan Pathfinder model status. The "folded" body, with a brand new optics, only costs a crossover on the asphalt more than a road warrior. By doing so, it is as if you will not cross the road into the woods. However, this is a misconception. The Nissan Pathfinder, no matter how lively, will move from the asphalt to the woods, and you can imagine it will serve you well in the highlands.

We saw the Nissan Pathfinder in real life in Georgia at the 1999 Master Rally. The Rally-Raid, which was founded by the Dakar Multiple Winner-Rene Metge, in extreme conditions, was a true test of the aforementioned car, which he successfully passed. In the hands of South African Ginniel de Villiers, the Nissan Pathfinder was not far from a prototype for specially designed roadblocks. He even won some special stages. During the Georgian stage of the Master Rally, participants had to walk along sandy roads in addition to the rocky sites, with the heat breaking out. All this, the Nissan Pathfinder has successfully endured and proved to be a true crossover, durable and reliable.

So, with the Nissan Pathfinder to see and spot interesting places, places in Georgia, it will be nice, because comfort and safety are guaranteed.

If you haven't traveled by car, know that this is the most comfortable, inexpensive and simple way to travel. A diverse network of highways, straight asphalt pavements, road signs, infrastructure-drivers are all here.

If you want to go off-road or city-wide, you will only need one toll that will perfectly overcome all obstacles, and this is the Nissan Pathfinder.

Imagine slowly rising above sea level. You start by exploring the historical places, then continue climbing: Mtskheta, Borjomi, Bakuriani. Then take the route uphill to the higher Bakhmaro and Kazbegi-Nissan Pathfinder if you want to be convinced of the power of this car and visit Georgia's historic sites where you can relax and continue on the road.

Author: David Chubinidze


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