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By Cars.com Staff
August 24, 2012
Nissan's Quest minivan can seat up to seven people in three rows. It competes with the Chrysler Town & Country, Dodge Grand Caravan, Honda Odyssey and Toyota Sienna. It comes in four trim levels: S, SV, SL and LE. New for 2013 A backseat DVD entertainment system is now available on SV models, and a surround-view camera system now comes on the LE trim. Exterior The Quest is distinguished by black pillars that combine with tinted rear and side windows to lend a floating-roof appearance. All trim levels have a prominent chrome grille strip, chrome door handles and a spoiler atop the squared-off rear end. Exterior features include:
16-inch steel wheels are standard
18-inch alloy rims are available
Available power-sliding side doors
Available xenon high-intensity-discharge headlights
Available power liftgate
Interior The Quest seats seven, with three seats in the third row and two captain's chairs forming the second row. The captain's chairs flank a removable center console. All five rear seats can be folded forward to form a flat cargo floor. Because the third row folds forward rather than back, there's a deep well behind it that remains usable even when the seats are flat. A rigid cover over the well keeps the load floor continuous when the seats are lowered. In the SL and LE, the two third-row segments are spring-loaded to fold flat at the pull of a lever. A power seatback return feature comes on the LE trim. Interior features include:
Standard cloth upholstery
Available leather with heated front seats
Available memory feature for driver's seat
Available backup camera
Available iPod and Bluetooth connectivity
Available navigation system
Available Bose stereo
Available backseat entertainment system
Under the Hood A 260-horsepower, 3.5-liter V-6 engine teams with a continuously variable automatic transmission. Mechanical features include:
Runs on regular gas
Safety The standard tire pressure monitoring system includes Nissan's Easy Fill Tire Alert, which flashes the hazard lamps to confirm when a tire is being filled with air and also chirps the horn when the specified pressure is reached so you know to remove the air hose. Safety features include:
Front seat-mounted side-impact airbags
Front-seat active head restraints
Side curtain airbags protect all three seat rows in the event of a side-impact collision or rollover
Electronic stability system
Available blind spot warning system
Available surround-view camera system
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