A 2005 Nissan Pathfinder SE comes with a surprisingly spacious interior for the segment. The driver is greeted by legible instruments and easy-to-use controls. The full range of power assists and tire pressure monitoring are standard equipment. Leather seats, dual door gloveboxes, open console bins, and bottle holders are also available. This is a comfortable vehicle for commuting and everyday driving.
The interior of the 2005 Nissan Pathfinder is a logical extension of the sedan. The Pathfinder offers plenty of comfort and convenience features. Its fully independent suspension, shock damping, and tire pressure monitor make it very easy to drive in basic cruising mode, but it feels less comfortable on rough or twisty surfaces. In addition, the tire tread is compromised, resulting in a reduced grip and a hard workout for the vehicle’s stability control system. On the other hand, the upscale SE model has leather trim, an overhead console with sunglass storage, and a reclining driver seat.