We have been towing our 1964
Bambi II with a 2012 Chrysler Town & Country for about 6 years. There is no room on this thread for the "deficiencies of a minivan as a tow vehicle" debate as our van, rated to tow 3600 lbs, is most capable of towing our 2200 pound vintage Airstream safely.
The Chrysler, as touted by many, is low and wide with a lengthy wheelbase, and with the 6 speed automatic transmission, it has done a great job towing our rig all over the East Coast.
This past week, I finally had the opportunity to tow a lengthy trip with our 2014 Nissan Pathfinder. This vehicle is rated to tow 5000 lbs. The power was unlimited as we climbed and descended some mountains on our trip, but I was surprised to find it felt a bit less stable, overall, than the minivan. I attribute this to the higher center of gravity. It just felt a bit squishier.
I use the same equalizing hitch set up on both (Eaz-Lift Elite with 600 lb. round bars). Different hitch inserts, of course.
Towing impressions aside, the Pathfinder also does not have nearly as much interior storage space. Regardless, we are pleased to have two tow vehicles from which to choose and comparing them was certainly fun for us.