If you are shopping for a 2023 SUV that can offer value in the standard options, consider the Nissan Pathfinder versus the Toyota Highlander. While both models have a sturdy build, some subtle differences are below.
Each mode offers excellent features, while the Pathfinder has a powerful 284 horsepower engine and one-dial terrain modes. The Toyota Highlander has some noteworthy features, such as 60/40 split sliding, reclining fold-flat second-row seats, and impressive 14 cup/bottle holders. With a standard six-speaker audio system, hands-free Bluetooth streaming, and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integrated, taking your entertainment on the go is a breeze. The drive modes from sport, ECO, and EV trail to standard will have you going from road to track in no time, and with front and rear mud flaps, let the adventures begin. The Nissan has the second-row captain's chairs and cargo storage under the floor. The Pathfinder has plenty of standard features and optional tow packages that allow you to tow up to 6,000 pounds and advanced 4x4. With a standard FWD and many choices from the standard to platinum models, the lower starting costs and the more powerful engine. The answer to which is a better choice is obvious. But ultimately, it is up to you which would be best for you, but we are partial to the Nissan Pathfinder having the best value for its price.