ErikAdamec 5pts I recall when the the Pathfinder was first introduced in the late 80's--instant success! Simultaneously simple and state of the art, it looked athletically rugged, with a tall stance offering generous ground clearance, and trail-rated looking tires mounted on industrial-looking rims set seemingly an inch or so outside of the wheel wells. With a presence that announced itself as more of a household tool designed around the task of leaving the pavement, it performed well at doing what it looked like it could do. This new Pathfinder, on the other hand, looks wimpy and uninspiring. Low to the ground, dumpy appearance, and wheels tucked way into the wells, it looks like a common station wagon. What happened to the Pathfinder that lived up to it's name?