Nissan Pathfinder Engine

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Nissan Pathfinder used engines are easy to purchase using ASAP motors as your resource. The earliest Pathfinder used a 2.4 liter 4-cylinder engine, it is the same engine used in the Nissan Truck. In 1986 the Pathfinder used a 3.0 liter V6 engine. This engine was similar to the Nissan Maxima but the 2 engines do not fit each other. The seconder generation Nissan Pathfinder used a 3.3-liter motor, the same engine used in the Infinity QX4. Nissan makes the engines for Infiniti and owns the company. In 2001 the Pathfinder and QX$ engine was upgraded to a 3.5 V6 motor. A major upgrade to this engine was the timing belt was replaced with a timing chain. This is always a stronger more reliable why to run an overhead cam engine. The chain is almost maintenance free and hardly ever fails. When a timing belt or timing chains fails it usually will ruin the engine.

 

 

The next engine upgrade the Pathfinder got was a 4.0 V6 engine and the name was changed to Armada. The 4.0 replaced the 3.5 engine, it offered more power, more torque and better reliability. For the first time Nissan offered an optional 5.6 V8 engine. This engine was introduced to keep up with the big 3 automakers. The 5.6 motor was also used in the Infiniti QX56.
The last production Pathfinder now only comes with a 3.5 liter V6 engine. This is a total redesigned engine and so far runs very well. For the Hybrid buyer, Nissan uses a supercharged 2.5-liter engine and an electric motor pair to a Lithium-ion battery. The battery mounts under the last row of seating so there is no cabin space sacrificed to accommodate this version of the SUV. The Hybrid system is available in 2-wheel drive and 4-wheel drive configurations depending on what the buyer needs.