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 |  Jan 27 2014, 12:32 PM

3. Nissan Pathfinder Hybrid


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The Nissan Pathfinder Hybrid lands third on our list, getting 25 mpg in the city and 28 mpg on the highway. The total system output for the hybrid powertrain is 250 hp and 243 lb-ft of torque, which is impressive considering its 26-mpg combined rating. Priced from $35,970 the Nissan Pathfinder Hybrid is a great bang for the buck.

SEE ALSO: 2014 Nissan Pathfinder Hybrid Review

  • Anonymouse

    280 lb-ft of torque in the Q7 TDI? That can’t be right. Diesels are stump-pullers!

  • Jason Carmichael

    You must be looking at the wrong page. The Q7 this has 406 ft of torque

  • jdriley

    What about the Acura MDX? 20/28 city/hwy

  • Anonymouse

    Clever. Seems like AutoGuide picked up the error before anyone else noticed.

  • Evan

    Wow, no Acura MDX????

  • Mohankeneh

    You know, if they put mazda 5 up there, why not the nnew kia rondo? its basically better in almost every way possible.

  • Mohankeneh

    and also the acuraMDX!

  • CHW

    Both Kia and Hyundai models are extremely noisy inside you can’t hear yourself think let alone hear clearly any conversations

  • J

    Can’t believe people would buy such fuel inefficient cars. Car makers definitely collaborating with oil companies.

  • jl321

    J-don’t be so judgmental until you know what you are talking about. Some of us live in areas where you must have a 4-wheel drive to get around 1/2 the year. I work from home and barely put any miles on a vehicle, so I think that more than makes up for not driving in a tin can. Besides, I’d rather pile 7-8 people in a car when going somewhere then drive into a city everyday with just 1-2 people.