By Lance Rios
In my 1st part to this series, I discussed a more realistic vehicle for modern-day Latinos, a vehicle that was NOT a tricked-out low-rider.
The automobile that I’ve had the luxury of doing a great deal of research on was the Nissan Pathfinder, an automobile that holds elegance, class and functionality for the new aged Latino. In that article, I identified the exterior of the model that held true to the values of what I believe to be the core of most Latinos living in the US.
The last article talked about the exterior of the car, its functionality and sexy gimmicks. This article, I’m “lifting up the hood” to tell you about the goodies inside.
Tri-Zone Entertainment Center
When the kids are happy, you are happy, and that’s where the available Tri-Zone Entertainment System [*] comes in. Up front, the driver and passenger can enjoy music. 2nd-row passengers can watch movies, play video games, plug in a laptop, all on dual 7-inch DVD monitors, listening on two wireless headsets. The entire system can be controlled through the touch-screen display on the dash.
Advanced Navigation and Audio
The all-new 2013 Nissan Pathfinder is equipped with an available advanced Navigation System [*] that gives you all the tools you need—like turn-by-turn voice guidance, Bluetooth® Hands-free Phone System [*], and available SiriusXM Satellite Radio [*] —to make every trip a snap.
Keep your focus on what matters most—driving. Advanced Drive-Assist™ Display is a 4.2-inch color monitor sitting right in front of you in the gauge cluster. The customizable, easy-to-read screen displays front and rear power ratios, the trip computer, tire pressure, fuel economy, external temperature, and much more.
Trust me, I’ll take these handy features over switches any day, what about you?
To learn more about the Pathfinder, please use the following links:
- English: http://www.nissanusa.com/suvs/pathfinder
- Spanish: http://www.nissanusa.com/espanol/?next=header.spanish.link
Nissan sponsored this article, but the opinions and POV of the vehicle are the writer’s.