I was proud that mine was high miles but its little compared to yours, 183,xxx miles on mine now.TonyMS wrote: ↑Wed Sep 07, 2022 1:18 pmI have 340,058 original engine and transmission. I am in the SE so no rust issues and its in great shape. I bought it with 9 miles on it in 2012. Lots of tires, brakes, 2 control arms and other wear stuff but not scared to jump in it and drive wherever I want to.
Welcome to the Nissanpath!cottontoptexan wrote: ↑Thu Oct 06, 2022 11:28 amMy Pathfinder is a 2010 i purchased it with 48 K on the Odometer about 10 years ago I now am at 89K so I DO NOT DRIVE IT THAT MUCH. I hope to have it another 10 years. I saw you post and was happy to see if taken care of these vehicles last. I did replace the radiator before the thing failed for preventative and also have it dealer serviced with synthetic oil , transmission et. not super lube shops. I hope to get high miles from it. Thankyou for your post.
This right here. Quoted for truth.tyguy wrote: ↑Fri Dec 02, 2022 2:16 pmSolid vehicle and difficult to replace with anything new being manufactured today. There's really nothing like it built anymore. 4Runner is kind of close but feels cramped compared to the Nissan and has a lower tow limit. Everything else is either much larger or a lifted and less practical minivan.
I replaced mine via an ebay unit for 100 bucks.tyguy wrote: ↑Fri Dec 02, 2022 2:16 pmI'll post mine: 2012 SV with 140,000 miles now. Stock.
Use case: Overlanding in Utah and Colorado, towing a 4,000 lb boat, around town, and several long distance drives each year.
3. Currently the radio time of day won't stay set and the radio stations can't be programmed. It's not the fuse. A new radio unit is needed, but according to the dealer they're not manufactured any longer and if they were it would cost $1,700, Not worth it. I'm on the hunt for a used unit. The challenge is that it's not a Bose and most resellers don't have a clue how to differentiate between Bose and non-Bose.