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Nissan Quest Guide
Get the best online car shopping experience with expert reviews of the Nissan Quest. Read more to learn about the most important features and important factors to consider when researching the Nissan Quest.
It's easy to overlook the Nissan Quest given that it's gone on without a major redesign for a half decade now and that its main competitors, the Honda Odyssey and Toyota Sienna, get most of the attention. But while the Quest doesn't enjoy the name recognition of those sales juggernauts, the Quest offers most of the passenger comforts that minivan buyers shop for. Discover the ins and outs on used Nissan Quests, available now in Carvana's inventory.
Quiet, Smooth RideYou'll be hard pressed to find a minivan on the used car market that surpasses the Nissan Quest in terms of ride quality. The Quest's soft suspension does well to absorb rough stretches of pavement, while wind and road noise are muted significantly, offering a serene passenger experience.
Second Row Folds FlatAlong with the Quest's third row seating, the second row in this minivan folds forward and flat. This allows for easier reconfiguration inside the cabin to accommodate for large items that need to be hauled.
Easy-To-Use Cabin ControlsThere should be no worries about the Quest's center stack controls serving as a distraction for the individual behind the wheel. Not only are the switches and knobs easy to use, but they're logically placed and within easy reach for the driver. Even on the upper trims, the climate, navigation, and entertainment systems are simple to use.
Cargo CapacityWhile the Quest does provide ample storage space, it's high load floor and non-removable cargo covers behind the third row seating decrease the amount of cargo it can store compared to competitors. In fact, the Quest is more akin to a large crossover when it comes to it's ability to store gear. With 108 cubic feet of cargo capacity, it falls about 40 cubic feet short of it's main minivan rivals.
Seven Passenger SeatingIf you're someone who requires an eight-passenger minivan, the Quest may be a vehicle you automatically disqualify from your search. That's because the Quest is capable of safety seating seven passengers max. In this case, minivans such as the Honda Odyssey and Toyota Sienna may be better options.
Features Compared To Other MinivansCompared to other minivans for the price, the Quest doesn't offer as many features. Overall, rival options such as the Honda Odyssey or Toyota Sienna are going to offer more bang for your buck.
Nissan Quest Reviews
4.6 OUT OF 5 (46 Reviews)