Nissan pathfinder burnout/brake stand
Me doin a brake stand and my buddy doin one in his jeep but jeep is one wheel wonder and my pathy is a LSD plus i got a standard with steel toe boots on, hes got auto but both not bad at all.
My 1998 Nissan Pathfinder SE
On April 11, 2011, I used my Tax Refund Money to Purchase this Nissan Pathfinder.
It is a one family vehicle and has been well cared for. It came with a stack of maintence reciepts as well. It has 205,600 Miles on it right now. I am sure it will need some work at some point, but for right now it seems to be strong. I drove it 80+ Miles last night and it ran good.
Stearing is slightly loose, but responsive. Brakes are very responsive, and were replaced with-in the last 30 days; no shaking or pulling when I brake. It has enough power to get down the road, and 4 Wheel Drive for when I don't want to be on a road. It seats 5 people, which is one of the reasons I got it.
I wanted a 4 Wheel Drive that can haul people to the top of the mountain in comfort. The Back seat is somewhat tight to get into, and the back seats sit somewhat close to the floor, BUT YOUR NOT SITTING OUTSIDE so don't complain. Not sure what the towing capabilities are, but I am sure it will tow a light trailer to hold a Motorcycle and camping supplies to Arrowhead.