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2016 Nissan Pathfinder

The Nissan Pathfinder has actually gone through a couple of big changes in its profession as an individuals hauler. It quit on its truck-based SUV roots to become a more refined crossover utility car, and the 2016 Nissan Pathfinder is a large three-row ute. It’s a really useful vehicle, with seating for seven. Today’s Pathfinder provides front-wheel drive as conventional, and happily sacrifices a few of its previous towing and rough-terrain capabilities for family-friendly convenience functions that center it directly in the mid-size energy car sector. The powertrain consists of a 260-horsepower, 3.5-liter V-6 engine and a continuously variable transmission (CVT). That duo offers a broader range of engine-to-transmission ratios than the earlier Nissan systems– and a strong chain instead of a belt– providing both strong, smooth acceleration and lower revs when cruising. It’s all in the name of fuel economy, though we note that there’s quite a hold-up when fast bursts of power are required for passing. The CVT has Nissan’s “D-Step” logic, which offers it the feel of shifting through a conventional automatic transmission in a series of steps. It eliminates a great deal of the dissonant high-revving habits of a CVT, while still letting the transmission differ itself in extremely little increments for maximum fuel economy. Handling and cornering are more sedan-like than reminiscent of an SUV, and this seven-seater’s heft is never noticeable at the wheel. The Pathfinder is lighter than the full-size crossovers from General Motors, consisting of the Chevrolet Traverse and Buick Territory, and its hydraulic-electric steering is specifically well tuned for comfy driving. Nevertheless many travelers you have, the Pathfinder will provide them a pleasant, smooth, refined ride. Nissan spent a lot of time tracking down and smothering road noise and coarseness through the suspension, and it reveals, even at highway speeds. The Pathfinder looks well-proportioned, thanks to crossover curves that hide its huge bulk and height. It needs …
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Here’s exactly what you’re dispensing on fired N.J. restaurant server

MILLVILLE — News about a Longhorn Steakhouse server who was fired after talking about customers’ dog apparently left in the automobile has actually taken South Jersey by storm. Cristal Perez, 23, of Mays Landing, was a server at the dining establishment given that 2014 and was fired previously this month after safeguarding a canine who was apparently kept a canine in the vehicle while dining. Perez supposedly made comments to the pup’s owners after she heard other customers talking about the situation. After being suspended from her job for 4 days, she was then fired for what Longhorn Communications Supervisor Hunter Robinson said was a “violation of company policy to offer consumers an excellent dining experience.” @LongHornSteaks well after firing a waitress at my regional longhorn I will no longer sat there. She did the ideal thing God bless her Brittany Wehner might be reached at bwehner@njadvancemedia.com. Follow her on Twitter @brittanymwehner. Find her on Facebook. Registration on or use of this website makes up acceptance of our User Agreement and Personal privacy Policy …
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