2000 Nissan Pathfinder LE 4WD 3.5L from North America
Brakes at 50000Km
Something at the gearbox - 400$ repair
Coolant leaking - 20$ part and over 800$ the work to replace (two days of work, had to remove the transmission)
Ignition coils (all 6) - 800$ (plus tax)
Funny squeaking noises when started in the winter cold. Dealer says it's because the belts are cold. I'm talking really embarrassing noises.
The car drives very well, when it drives. Unfortunately for me, it's not reliable.
Oh, and it drinks lots of gas.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 17th February, 2004
17th Jul 2007, 23:44
I don't know what you're talking about, our 2000 pathfinder has had no problems whatsoever in the 2 years and the 65,000 km's we've put on it. Its almost at 200 000 km now and all parts are original.
27th Jan 2011, 15:13
I've got over 325 000 kms on my truck, and it's still going strong. Highly recommend this vehicle to anyone looking for a reliable SUV. Yeah, it's a gas pig, but it's an SUV; if you want high mileage, then buy an economy car.
2000 Nissan Pathfinder SE 240-hp V6 from North America
Excellent Refined SUV
There were no problems with this vehicle. It was rock solid!
This was a nice, nice vehicle. The comfort and features are as nice as any top SUV. The new V6 is flawless, good, but not great 4-wheel drive, got stuck a few times when I didn't have a chance to shift to 4-L. The vehicle drove great on the highway, like a luxury sedan and had plenty of passing power. If there was a flaw, it would be the poor gas mileage, needed premium gas or else you only get 15mpg, and only 18 with the premium stuff. Sound system is the best in the industry. I had to sell it recently, as it was bought in the SUV heyday with high sticker prices and no incentives meaning a very high monthly payment. These 2001 models should be a good deal at $22,000-$25,000.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 2nd April, 2003
Average review marks: 7.6 / 10, based on 10 reviews