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If you already own a primary means of transportation and will use the Pathfinder only for towing, it might not be the best choice... a quad-cab pickup is probably better for that.
The only thing that seems to be a common problem is the softness of the rear suspension when carrying heavy loads. A 3500-lb trailer/boat will have a tongue weight between 250 and 350 pounds, so the rear will sag a bit, and even more if you carry passengers (which I'm sure is quite likely).
This can easily be remedied by installing a set of Airlift Air Springs. Read about it on their ,a href="http://www.airliftcompany.com">website.
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