The 5.9-liter Cummins engine had to work to maintain a decent cruising speed up the hill, but we only hit the turnouts twice during the climb, and that’s not bad considering we were moving a 40-foot motorhome with only a 300-hp diesel engine up some pretty steep grades.
The streetside-galley layout is easy to move around in, even with all three slides retracted. It’s a nice feature if you happen to overnight in a place that restricts the use of slideouts. Open the slides and you have an expansive living space. Step through the 44-inch-wide double-door and into the master bedroom, and you’ll see that the entire rear wall is full of storage possibilities, from the cedar-lined closet — with two mirrored sliding doors — to the
concealed 20-inch flat-screen TV that swivels out for viewing. Another Pathfinder plus is the true flat floor in the bedroom, providing up to 10 inches of additional headroom around the bed.
The Pathfinder Sportscoach offers lots of good reasons to make the jump from a gas-powered RV: plenty of power, good handling, ample room and long-term reliability.
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