SEATTLE – Pity the poor Nissan Pathfinder. It gets no respect. When the midsize Pathfinder first debuted in the U.S. in the mid-1980s, the Big Three had a smidgen of SUV offerings, most notably the Jeep brand, but importers had yet to launch their invasion. ’05 Nissan Pathfinder Today, there is a myriad of choices for SUV buyers: import and domestic, small, medium and large. In the past seven years, alone, 14 new SUV nameplates have been launched in the U.S. market. Add to that the ...

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