The Nissan Quest has recently suffered some improvements and this is a good news for your plans of purchasing a Nissan model. So, go for the Quest version, because we’ve seen so far only positive reactions. The changes the carmaker made include a new LE trim, the old LE trim being cut off the radar. It seems it is now called Platinum, this new LE trim. For being the happy driver of a new-modified Nissan Quest, you’ll have to get out of your pockets a sum somewhere between $26,530 and $43,180. Learn that $885 of this sum represent the destination and handling fee. Standard characteristics include power-sliding doors, quick-fold second and third row seats and advanced climate control. Your luggage will be safely deposited in the car and you can bring many bags thanks to the available space which is made possible with these amazing quick-fold second and third row seats. Also, if you’re hot or if the weather man says on the radio it will snow, you’re fine with the advanced climate control. A feature that only the Nissan
Quest Platinum receives is the Moving Object Detection (MOD), which is added to Platinum grade’s standard Around View Monitor. A standard feature for the Quest Platinum is also the third row power return seatbacks.
The vehicle is powered by the same 3.5-liter V6 as before, which, as you already know, delivers 260 HP. Via a variable transmission it’s sent to the front wheels. The vehicle can be ordered with one of the optional packages which include a DVD Entertainment System, a Bose Package, a Dual Opening Glass Moonroof, a Leather Package and Roof Rails. If you don’t want the car to have any of this packages you can purchase it with individual options. In terms of efficiency, we’ve been let know that the car is now 2 mpg more efficient than the previous model year, with an average 22 mpg combined (20 mpg city / 27 mpg highway).
Talking about the exterior design, it has an aggressive look, maybe thanks to the large aspect. If you have a big family, a lot of kids, this vehicle will be perfect.