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Editors' Page: 2014 Nissan Quest

By Allyson Harwood on June 3, 2014 4:34 PM
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The people-mover for nonconformists.

The most distinctly styled entry in the segment, Nissan's minivan backs up its bold look with an interior fit for a luxury SUV. Combined with buttery driving dynamics thanks to a segment-exclusive "gearless" automatic transmission, the Quest is worth more than just a double-take.

Driving It

From our 2014 Nissan Quest full review: "The Quest moves smoothly and quickly from a dead stop, and its impressive 19-mpg city fuel-economy rating is matched only by the Honda Odyssey. The softer suspension results in the Quest's ultra-smooth ride, a tradeoff we think most minivan users will appreciate."

Cool Features

The Quest is available with the company's impressive Around View Monitor, which makes it easier to navigate parking lots and is especially handy in a minivan. The Advance Climate Control System works in three ways to keep cabin air fresh: it automatically switches to recirculated air when it senses exhaust odors from other vehicles, it has an air filter specifically designed to reduce allergens and it has an air purifier to get rid of any odors in the minivan.

Consumer Feedback

KBB.com reader and Nissan Quest owner CalBama raved about several of the minivan's features: "1. Smoooooth CVT transmission 2. Great combined mileage (22 currently but still improving) 3. Permanent roomy storage, since 3rd row folds forward. 4. Competitive total 3rd row storage: 36 cubic feet 5. Great driving dynamics 6. Quiet, inside and out. 7. Comfortable. 8. Nice trip computer in the base model." Read more Nissan Quest consumer reviews.

Build and Price

The 2014 Nissan Quest starts at just under $27,000, and tops out near $47,000. Build and price your own 2014 Nissan Quest to unlock its Fair Purchase Price, 5-Year Cost to Own and more.

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