The People-Mover for Mavericks
The most stylish entry-level in the segment, Nissan’s minivan reinforces its bold look with an interior worthy of a luxury SUV. Combined with buttery driving dynamics from a segment-exclusive “gearless” automatic transmission, the Nissan Quest is worth more than just a double take.
From our full review of the 2017 Nissan Quest: “The Quest remains competitive at up to 27 mpg, but its rivals win or slightly overtake the Nissan thanks to their own cooler powertrains. The Quest’s 260-horsepower V6 delivers hassle-free acceleration, and drivetrain upgrades have made this family van more responsive when you put your foot down. “
The Quest is available with the company’s impressive Around View Monitor, which makes it easy to navigate parking lots and is especially handy in a minivan. The advanced air conditioning system works in three ways to keep the cabin air fresh: it automatically switches to recirculated air when it detects the exhaust odors from other vehicles, it has an air filter specially designed to reduce allergens and it has an air purifier to get rid of them. any smell in the van.
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Regarding this minivan, KBB.com visitor and owner of Nissan Quest, PL, said: “Pros: Quiet, fast, smooth, excellent radio, fold-flat seats, very roomy for a driver of big size. 20 mpg. Cons: Had to replace the stock tires at 24,000 miles. Doesn’t turn well, but it’s not a sport suspension. Choice of dull colors. Would I buy another Quest? You bet! ”Read more customer reviews of the Nissan Quest.
Construction and price
The 2017 Nissan Quest starts at over $ 27,000 and goes for around $ 45,000. Build and price your own 2017 Nissan Quest to unlock its fair purchase price, 5-year cost of ownership and more.
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