2014 Nissan Quest Reviews, Pictures and Prices | U.S. News Best Cars

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The 2014 Quest ranks 7 out of 7 Minivans. ranking is based on our analysis of reviews and test drives of the Quest, as well as reliability and data.

Though test say the 2014 Nissan Quest has a stylish interior, its competitors more cargo space and standard features.

The 2014 Quest has a V6 engine that agree delivers plenty of power. A continuously variable (CVT) is standard, and reviewers that it operates smoothly, but say that it can be noisy when hills. The Quest gets an 19/25 mpg city highway, is good for the class. Test say that the Quest has a comfortable

However, they note the Quest is difficult to steer at low and that minivans like the Odyssey have sharper Despite these shortcomings, automotive journalists agree the Quest has strong brakes, steering and a tight turning

Most reviewers write the 2014 Quest has a first-rate that features high-quality and a stylish design, and a few say that nice enough to be an Infiniti Auto critics also that the Quest has very first- and second-row seats, and comfortable third-row seats. the Quest has less overall space than most

Reviewers write that the audio and climate controls are to use, but they say the Quest is several features that are on its competitors, such as standard and an optional forward collision system. Standard features on the Quest include push-button and a stereo with an auxiliary Optional features include a USB Bluetooth, power sliding a power liftgate, a rear-seat system, navigation, a blind warning system and Nissan’s View Monitor, which multiple cameras to provide a view around the Quest.

The Quest is good, but not complete. If you seating for eight or a multi-screen DVD system, the Quest can’t Also, the Quest is only with front-wheel drive, so if you the added traction of all-wheel Toyota’s Sienna is the only in town. — Kelley Book The Nissan Quest is a notable for its upscale cabin and styling.

While it can’t quite the interior space offered by rivals, the Quest is one of the best-handling in its segment, and it certainly isn’t in the styling doldrums, either. Left Lane News A engine, inviting interior, and controls are what make an appealing minivan. However, comfort and convenience features and cargo and passenger flexibility most of its rivals make Nissan fall a bit short of its rivals from Chrysler and — Consumer Guide The Quest’s design will appeal to some, and it will the role of people carrier well. But if hauling cargo is the mission, other vans that task better. Popular Mechanics (2011)

Other Minivans to Consider

Nissan Quest

The Odyssey has a lot more cargo than the Quest and reviewers say it has agile handling for a minivan. The also gets slightly fuel economy than the

The Chrysler Town Country has cargo space than the thanks to second- and third-row that stow under the In addition, test drivers say the Country has a smooth, powerful and an upscale interior.

Details: Nissan Quest

The 2014 Nissan Quest seven in three rows and has drive. A 3.5-liter V6 engine and a CVT are The 2014 Quest comes in trims: S, SV, SL and LE. The Quest was last for the 2011 model year and has only minor changes then.

As a result, this uses applicable research and from the 2011 through model years.

Review Updated: 11/15/13

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