The 2015 Nissan Quest adds a few noteworthy enhancements, most notably an improvement in fuel economy and a reprogrammed transmission. Last year's LE model is now known as Platinum, and the Around View monitor now gets moving-object detection.
The all-new, fourth-generation Quest returns to the Nissan lineup after a 1-year hiatus with a bold look that towers above the competition – literally.
About Nissan Quest
For 2016 the
Nissan Questminivan offers clever features such as a bird's-eye-view camera system and power-operated 3rd-row seat, while base models undercut the
Toyota Sienna and
Honda Odyssey in starting price. Like those other family movers, the Quest is roomy, versatile and has good power thanks to its standard V6. Where the Quest stands apart is in looks – decidedly blocky vs. rounded, and in seating capacity. While the Odyssey and Sienna can hold up to eight passengers, the Quest maxes out at seven with its standard 2nd-row captain's chairs.