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Going to miss how rugged the older Pathfinders were. Now we have a totally new Pathfinder to work with. I think with the new Pathfinder not being as rugged it will result in more people buying older pathfinders for off-roading and aftermarket parts being available more
 

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To be honest most people don't buy the Pathfinder for off-roading. I don't think it'll affect anything. People can still get older generation Pathfinders at a good price if they wanted to.
 

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You guys don't know Pathfinder till you've owned one of these!
 

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You gotta admit though, that 4Runner sounds **** good. It funny how the pathfinder stands up to its name putting the 4Runner to shame.
 

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You gotta admit though, that 4Runner sounds **** good. It funny how the pathfinder stands up to its name putting the 4Runner to shame.

It's actually the other way around. While Nissan took the Pathfinder from being a great off-road vehicle pushing a big V8 and looking all rugged to a soccer-mom approved SUV with little off-road capabilities....... Toyota continues to make the 4Runner a rugged SUV, one that no soccer-mom wants :D
 
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