New Pathfinder Offers breakthrough in Cost of Ownership
The new Pathfinder has had great success in the region since its recent launch, with demand for the vehicle at an early high. According to Nissan Middle East customers have even more to be happy about now. Nissan has announced that the new Pathfinder offers 34% lower cost of maintenance over its predecessor, making it one of the most affordable vehicles to maintain ensuring that the new Pathfinder will remain in excellent service for longer, at less expense.
Nissan was able to achieve this remarkable change with the help of innovative technology, such as a unique life-time Fuel filter. Another new feature is the use of a single V-belt in place of the previous two. Unlike its competitors, the new Pathfinder requires fewer parts to be changed during regular maintenance, making the new Pathfinder an even better value.
“Our focus at Nissan is to deliver top level quality and value to our customers” said Tariq Danish, SUV Brand Manager at Nissan Middle East. “With the new Pathfinder, part of the largest SUV lineup in the region, we are able to achieve exactly that; by making minimal changes to maintenance parts, we are able to offer the consumer a savings of 34% over the previous model for the lifetime of ownership.”
Feedback from fleet industry shows that the new Pathfinder is bigger and better, and with these new savings fleet companies can ensure that their fleet runs at lower cost.
The new Pathfinder offers 3-row seating for 7, a 4.0L 291bhp engine, Advanced Air Bag System (AABS) for passenger safety and a totally revamped modern and rugged exterior design.
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