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Nissan Patrol Silver Grey

AED: 700

  • 2022


  • Petrol

    Fuel Type

  • Automatic


  • 400


  • 7


Rent Nissan Patrol Silver Grey in Dubai


  • 6,000-pound towing capacity near the top of the class
  • Comfortable and quiet highway ride
  • Spacious cabin

What’s new

  • Fully redesigned with all-new interior and exterior
  • Updated powertrain with improved fuel efficiency
  • 2022 model will kick off the fifth Pathfinder generation

The Nissan Pathfinder is a midsize three-row SUV that we’ve long praised for its spacious cabin and strong towing figures. Outside of those attributes, however, the previous-generation Pathfinder struggled to make an impact amid a competitive set of rivals that include the Honda Pilot and Kia Telluride. Aiming to boost interest, Nissan has redesigned the Pathfinder for the 2022 model year.

Compared to the 2020 Pathfinder (there’s no 2021 model), the new Pathfinder has more muscular and upright styling, a new nine-speed automatic transmission, retuned steering, additional interior storage and new technology features. We’re also pleased that Nissan revised the Pathfinder’s suspension tuning for 2022. The previous model’s ride quality, in particular, could be overly choppy.

Especially in the area of technology, the Pathfinder has grown up quite a bit. It’s quieter, more comfortable and better to drive than before. It’s worth checking out if you’re shopping for a family-friendly three-row SUV, but know that you can get more driving pizzazz from a Honda Pilot or a Kia Telluride or more interior space from a Chevrolet Traverse or a Volkswagen Atlas. Check out our Expert Rating below to get our full analysis of the redesign Pathfinder.



How does the Pathfinder drive? The new Pathfinder feels right on par for the class. Performance from the V6 is about even with the class leaders. The transmission can be reluctant to downshift uphill, but most of the time it shifts smoothly and unobtrusively. Braking performance is average as well.

Nissan has done a decent job tuning the Pathfinder’s handling. It feels composed and stable around turns, and passengers won’t feel tossed around on curvy roads. The steering feels a bit heavier than the steering in some rivals, but it’s direct and makes the sizable Pathfinder easy to turn and park.



How comfortable is the Pathfinder? We didn’t find the Pathfinder to be the most comfortable vehicle in its class, but it’s not a bad place to spend your time. The ride is comfortable without feeling overly soft or bouncy. You feel bumps, but they don’t send shocks through the seats. The front seats are a bit flat and firm, so comfort can wane after a long day behind the wheel.

The climate control system works well, blowing very cold without the fans imitating a jet engine at takeoff. We like the system’s easy-to-use buttons and knobs too. Wind and road noise levels are pretty low.



How’s the interior? The new Pathfinder’s interior is a huge improvement over the old model. All three rows offer plenty of space for adults, although the rear seat can be a bit of a pain to crawl in and out of. Our test Pathfinder had the second-row captain’s chairs. There’s a center console between them that’s pretty easy to remove.

Outward visibility is good. The big mirrors and upright windows help reduce blind spots and aid with parking. The driving position helps too. There’s plenty of adjustment, and all the controls are easy to reach. The controls themselves are also straightforward. Nissan’s infotainment system is fine, but it lacks the polish of some rival systems.



How’s the tech? The new Pathfinder is loaded with tech, but none of it stands out in this class. Our test vehicle was fitted with Nissan’s ProPilot Assist driver aid suite. It includes adaptive cruise control and a lane-centering system. The adaptive cruise is tied to the navigation, so it can slow down before a curve in the road. It sounds nice, but we found it to be more of an annoyance than anything. The lane-centering works well most of the time, but in our testing we noticed a few occasions when it tried to steer the vehicle over double yellow lines.

The navigation system itself works well, with clear turn-by-turn directions and an easy-to-use (if somewhat dated-looking) interface. Voice commands are limited in scope and must be spoken in a specific way to work. Our test vehicle was equipped with Android Auto and wireless Apple CarPlay smartphone integration, though we had some issues with the latter. A wireless charging pad is great, but the Pathfinder needs a few more USB charge ports to avoid having to split charging time between passenger devices.



How’s the storage? SUVs need to be able to haul cargo as well as people, and the Pathfinder does a pretty good job at both. Cargo space is up only marginally over the outgoing model, offering a middling 16.6 cubic feet behind the third row. It’s tight, but there’s enough space for a load of groceries or a few small bags. It opens up to 45 cubic feet with just the third row folded or 80.5 cubic feet with the second and third rows down. That’s less than the class leaders, but the space is wide and open, so functionally it’s no worse than its rivals. There’s plenty of storage for small items like sunglasses, water bottles, hand sanitizer and more in various bins and pockets throughout the cabin.

The Pathfinder has one of the best tow ratings in its class. Standard models can tow 3,500 pounds, but if you opt for the towing package, that goes up to 6,000 pounds, more than just about every other midsize SUV.

Fuel Economy

How’s the fuel economy? The Pathfinder gets an EPA-estimated 23 mpg combined (21 city/27 highway) for both front and all-wheel drive. Those ratings are among the best in the class. We saw 22.2 mpg on our real-world evaluation route. That’s lower than we expected, indicating the Pathfinder might be a bit thirstier than its estimated fuel economy.



Is the Pathfinder a good value? The Pathfinder lines up about evenly with most rivals when it comes to cost and overall value. Build quality is a major step up over the outgoing model. The interior looks and feels pretty nice, with some soft materials on the dash and a clean overall design. We wouldn’t call it premium, but it feels worth the price.

That said, rivals from Kia and Hyundai offer more for less. That goes for the warranty too. Nissan includes a three-year/36,000-mile basic warranty and five-year/60,000-mile powertrain warranty, right on average for the class but well off the 10-year/100,000-mile powertrain warranties Kia and Hyundai offer. And while Nissan includes three years of roadside assistance, it doesn’t include any scheduled service visits.


Nissan has done a decent job of injecting some life into the Pathfinder. It’s comfortable and composed on the road, but we wouldn’t call it fun. Other three-row SUVs offer a little more pep or driver engagement. We do like the design. The old Pathfinder had odd proportions, but this new model is more similar to the larger Armada than the smaller Rogue. The rear end has some clear Land Rover vibes, a good thing in our mind.

Which Pathfinder does Edmunds recommend?

While the base S trim comes with a decent number of features, we suggest going with the midlevel SV trim. It adds features including heated seats and adaptive cruise control. It’s also available with more optional features.

Nissan Pathfinder models

The 2022 Nissan Pathfinder is available in four trim levels: SSVSL and Platinum. All four use a 3.5-liter V6 engine (284 horsepower, 259 lb-ft of torque) paired to a nine-speed automatic transmission. Front-wheel drive is standard, and all-wheel drive is optional. The S, SV and SL trims come with seating for eight. Second-row captain’s chairs are available on the SV and SL and standard on the Platinum.

Standard features on the Pathfinder S include:

  • 18-inch wheels
  • LED headlights
  • Proximity keyless entry with push-button start
  • Three-zone automatic climate control
  • 8-inch touchscreen display
  • Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration

Every Pathfinder also comes with:

  • Blind-spot monitor with rear cross-traffic alert (warns you if a vehicle is in your blind spot during a lane change or while in reverse)
  • Forward collision mitigation (warns you of an impending collision and applies the brakes in certain scenarios)
  • Rear automatic braking (brakes if sensors detect an imminent collision with an object behind the vehicle)
  • Lane departure warning (alerts you if the vehicle begins to drift out of its lane)

Building on the S trim, the SV adds:

  • Remote start
  • Heated exterior mirrors
  • Heated front seats
  • Leather-wrapped steering wheel
  • Power-adjustable driver’s seat
  • Adaptive cruise control (adjusts speed to maintain a constant distance between the Pathfinder and the car in front)
  • Lane keeping assist (steers the Pathfinder back into its lane if it begins to drift over the lane marker)

The optional SV Premium package includes:

  • Panoramic sunroof
  • Power liftgate
  • Tow-prep kit with 6,000-pound capacity
  • Second-row captain’s chairs with removable center console

The SL includes all SV features and adds:

  • Power liftgate
  • Leather upholstery
  • Heated steering wheel
  • Second-row manual sunshades
  • 9-inch touchscreen display
  • Integrated navigation
  • Additional USB ports
  • Surround-view camera (gives you a top-down view of the Pathfinder and its surroundings for tight parking situations)

There’s an optional SL Premium Package available on this trim. It includes:

  • Panoramic sunroof
  • 20-inch wheels
  • Tow-prep kit with 6,000-pound capacity
  • Second-row captain’s chairs with removable center console
  • Heated rear seats
  • 13-speaker Bose audio system
  • Wireless smartphone charging pad

The Pathfinder Platinum sits atop the lineup. Besides the features included on the SL model, the Platinum includes:

  • Standard SL Premium package features
  • Upgraded leather upholstery
  • Ambient interior lighting
  • Power-folding mirrors
  • Power-adjustable steering wheel
  • Hands-free liftgate
  • Digital instrument cluster
  • Household-style power outlet
  • Additional USB ports
  • Head-up display (displays important information in your sight line on the windshield)
Basic Information
Vehicle Type SUV
Brand Nissan Patrol
Model Nissan Patrol
Model Year 2020, 2021, 2022
Fuel Type Petrol
Technical Specification
Seating Capacity 7
Transmission Type Automatic
Air Conditioner
AntiLock Braking System
Power Steering
Indoor Fireplace
Power Windows
CD Player
Leather Seats
Central Locking
Power Door Locks
Brake Assist
Driver Airbag
Passenger Airbag
Crash Sensor
Engine Check Warning
Automatic Headlamps

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