With a standard V6 engine and automatic transmission, reviewers think the Pathfinder has plenty of power, though some critics comment that the transmission is loud under hard acceleration. The Pathfinder's EPA fuel economy rating of 20/27 mpg city/highway is great for the class.Nissan Pathfinder's cabin is attractive and has first-rate materials. Test drivers say the Pathfinder's front and middle rows of seats are spacious, and they note that the sliding middle row makes it easy to access the third row. Some reviewers are pleased with the amount of space in the third row, while others caution that adults may not have sufficient legroom. The Pathfinder has less overall cargo space than many three-row midsize SUVs. Tri-zone automatic climate control and a six-speaker Audio system with an auxiliary input jack are standard. Options include a USB port, a 13-speaker Bose Audio system, a rear-seat entertainment system, Bluetooth, navigation with an 8-inch touch screen, rear parking sensors and either a rearview camera or Nissan's Around View Monitor, which gives a 360-degree view around the vehicle. According to reviewers, the Pathfinder has straightforward knobs and buttons for Audio controls and the navigation's touch screen is user-friendly.