On the other hand the 2001 QX4/Pathfinder had a total of 31/36 TSB's.
Only 5 of them were engine or mechanical related (1/5 of the JGC), 1 was safety and 2 were comfort or convenience. All of the remaining were procedural improvements, new diagnostic tools or software updates to save the Nissan service shop time or money. This disproves tloke's point about TSBs being related to vehicle problems. Nissan is in pursuit of excellent where Chrysler is in pursuit of keeping their vehicles on the road.
tloke: when are you going to provide us with real data that proves the Pathfinder is unreliable and the JGC isn't. Those of us who drive the Pathfinder/QX4 know its just not true.