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The Nissan Quest now in its third generation remains as one of the few contenders left in the minivan segment. Competing with the Honda Odyssey, Toyota Sienna and the Chrysler minivans, the Quest comes to us as a version of Nissan’s Japanese-market Elgrand. That means it has better driving dynamics than the other cars in the segment, but at the expense of its seating configuration and safety ratings.
With an upright stance and lots of flared lines in front, the Quest’s straight-edged passenger box bears more than a passing resemblance to the Ford Flex, mostly at its pillarless greenhouse and its almost vertical tail. The interior is more formal and less risky, with woodgrain trim on a plain dash that stacks some controls in unintuitive places. The audio knobs and switches, for examples, are grouped into two locations, some to the right of the shifter, halfway out of sight.
2014 Nissan Quest Release Date
Nissan has confirmed will bring 2014 Nissan Quest Minivan at Tokyo Motor Show. Nissan claimed that Nissan Quest is named a kiplinger’s “Best Car of 2013? in the most fuel efficient vehicle category.
2014 Nissan Quest Price
2014 Nissan Quest Price. | Pricing for the new 2014 Nissan Quest has been set at $24,222 – $25,990 based on current exchange rates. If there are changes on the 2014 Nissan Quest we will notify you as soon as possible, so keep follow our blog.
2014 Nissan Quest Interior
Design, 2014 Nissan Quest continues to celebrate family life with wide range of user friendly innovations. Designed with purpose inside and out, Quest offers functionality, unique styling and comfort for all occupants. Key features include one touch power sliding doors, fold-flat 2nd and 3rd row seats, Advanced Climate Control System and an always-available rear storage.
Interior comfort and convenience features are also designed for flexibility and functionality. Nissan Quest has enough room to fit seven adults comfortably, and the 2nd-row easily slides or tilts for easy access to the back. Fold everything flat for up to 119.8 cubic feet of cargo space. With easy to operate quick release fold-flat seats, configuring your Quest is a snap.
The S comes standard with tri-row air condition, power locks and windows (including power up and down second-row windows), a four-speaker AM/FM/CD stereo with an AUX input jack and a six-disc CD changer, cruise control, push-button start, cloth upholstery, wood-tone accents and 16-inch steel wheels with hubcaps.
The SV adds one-touch power sliding doors, tri-zone automatic climate control, Bluetooth connectivity a rear parking camera, an upgraded audio system with two extra speakers, a 4.3-inch color display and a USB connection port, and 16-inch aluminum-alloy wheels.
Moving up to the SL nets leather upholstery, a one-touch powerliftgate, a power-adjustable driver’s seat and 18-inch aluminum-alloy wheels. The aforementioned DVD package is available as a no-charge option on the SL.
The LE trim adds a navigation system, a 13-speaker Bose sound system, the DVD package, a power-adjustable front passenger seat and a blind-spot warning system. Newly standard for the latest model year is an “AroundView” camera system that affords 360-degree views around the car during parking maneuvers.
2014 Nissan Quest Exterior
There’s ample room for seven passengers to sit in comfort (eight-passenger seating isn’t available), however, and theater seating means that second and third-row occupants have an excellent view out the windows.
To keep road trip boredom to a minimum, a DVD player with an 11-inch screen is available as an option. Notably, 16 cupholders are included as standard equipment.
The Quest features a lower sliding door step-in height than competitive minivans, which is helpful for small children or older adults getting into the 2nd or 3rd rows.
Power is provided by Nissan’s tried and true 3.5-liter V6, which generates 260 horsepower and 240 lb-ft of torque. Shifting duties are handled by Nissan’s Xtronic CVT gearbox, and fuel economy is rated at 18 city and 24 highway miles per gallon.
2014 Nissan Quest Performance
As for performance?… It’s a highlight. A 3.5-liter V-6, coupled to a continuously variable transmission, is the Quest’s only powertrain. It doesn’t grumble as much here as it does in some other Nissans, and it’s pretty perky for such a large vehicle. The steering has good feedback, the CVT has some pre-programmed “shift’ points to cut down on typically rubbery response, and body roll is tempered more than in other big minivans. In all, the Quest has the best handling of its kind, which follows its slightly more compact footprint. Gas mileage is among the lowest of the front-drive minivans, though.