2013 Nissan Quest, Syracuse, NY

2013 Nissan Quest

The Nissan Quest is a minivan notable for its upscale cabin and controversial styling. With bold character lines adorning its flanks and an angular trapezoidal grille/headlight cluster, the Quest makes a much larger visual statement than the typical wallflower minivan. A "floating" roof treatment created by blacked out B-, C- and D-pillars is a unique touch. The Quest is one of the sleekest minivans on the market, recording a 0.32 Cd in the wind tunnel.

Trim Level Breakdown
The Quest is available in four trim levels - S, SV, SL and LE.

The S comes standard with:

-       Tri-row air condition

-       Power locks and windows (including power up-and-down second-row windows)

-       Four-speaker AM/FM/CD stereo with an AUX input jack and a six-disc CD changer

-       Cruise control

-       Push-button start

-       Cloth upholstery

-       Wood-tone accents

-       16-inch steel wheels with hubcaps

The SV adds:

-       One-touch power sliding doors

-       Tri-zone automatic climate control

-       Bluetooth connectivity a rear parking camera

-       Upgraded audio system with two extra speakers

-       4.3-inch color display and a USB connection port

-       16-inch aluminum-alloy wheels

Moving up to the SL nets:

-       Leather upholstery

-       One-touch powerlift gate

-       Power-adjustable driver's seat

-       18-inch aluminum-alloy wheels

The DVD package is available as a no-charge option on the SL.

The LE trim adds:

-       Navigation system

-       13-speaker Bose sound system

-       DVD package

-       Power-adjustable front passenger seat

-       Blind-spot warning system

-       "AroundView" camera system that affords 360-degree views around the car during parking maneuvers

Occupant Safety
All Quest models come standard with dual front, front side and full-length side curtain airbags in addition to traction and stability control systems and a tire-pressure monitoring system.


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