Minivans aren't usually known for their avant garde styling, but the Quest tries hard to make a statement with its pillarless greenhouse and nose-down profile. Underneath it all is a very capable family hauler with a relaxing interior and uncommonly good handling for this class.
What's New For 2015
Last year's top LE trim level is now called Platinum, and fuel efficiency increases by 1 mpg.
Choosing Your Nissan Quest
The Quest's unique design carries over to the interior, where you'll find standard second-row captain's chairs and a removable console between them. Both the chairs and the third-row bench flip forward to provide a flat load space. While this easy versatility reduces maximum cargo space somewhat, you still get 108 cubic feet of it without having to remove and stow any seats.
Every Quest is equipped with a 260-horsepower 3.5-liter V6 engine and a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT). The available trailering package allows the Quest to tow up to 3,500 pounds, a respectable amount for a front-drive vehicle.
The Quest covers a lot of market territory across its four trim levels:
The S is attractively priced, but isn't eligible for any options at all. The SV and SL offer everything most families need in a minivan. The luxurious Platinum ensures that all passengers will have a good time, but we don't think that's enough to justify its $43,000 premium.
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