2013 Nissan Quest – Third generation of Nissan Quest is coming this year. This minivan is more likely Japanese-market Elgrand which said to be having the best road manner, stylish exterior and interior design, and good capability to accommodate adult passenger. 2013 Nissan Quest could become your choice in deciding which minivan to buy regarding its performance and appearance.
New generation Nissan Quest doesn’t get such a major changes. Around View Monitor on LE model and new 11-inch DVD entertainment system are the only updates given to the minivan. 2013 Nissan Quest comes with four trim levels; S, SV, SL, and LE. Standard equipment such 16-inch wheels are available on S and SV model, while the 18-inch could be an option to SL and LE model. Though it’s not as wide or long as its rival, Honda Odyssey, 2013 Nissan Quest is still taller in the segment even compared to Honda Odyssey which means that it could provide more room on its cabin. On its front, the nose look smaller and lower, and the addition of air inlets makes it lighter as well. Go to the rear side, it’s also has pretty design with large taillight and aerodynamic design, larger than 2013 Jaguar XF and 2014 Mazda 6. 2013 Nissan Quest gets its own spotlight for design and style when other minivans doing a little on it.
Inside, 2013 Nissan Quest considered the most comfortable minivan to ride among others. You will find the modern-retro Japanese style occupied the cabin atmosphere with sophisticated electronics features, and wood grain trim on its plain dash. This seven-seated minivan offers you with pretty interior design which has its own class. It is absolutely larger than 2014 Volvo S60 Cabin. All materials are soft-touch and premium, perforated seat can be found on SE and LE model and optional on SV. “D” position shift lever that partially blocks some buttons like climate control, traction-control and power lift gate, is somehow not easy to use because it is located down to the drivers knee and said as 2013 Nissan Quest’s ergonomics’ fault. Flexibility offered by 2013 Nissan Quest where its third row seat can’t be folded, also seen as a drawback to some buyers.
The only powertrain that 2013 Nissan Quest has is a 3.5 liter V6 with 260hp and 240lb-ft of torque matched with variable transmission. Unlike engine on other Nissans, this one is less roaring and aggressive enough for a large vehicle. Running from 0-60mph in 8.3 seconds, acceleration and fuel economy of 2013 Nissan Quest is comparable to Honda Odyssey and Toyota Sienna.
With expensively looking and nice exterior and interior design, features, good performance and fuel economy, 2013 Nissan Quest will cost you $25.990 as starting price.
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