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2014 Nissan Quest Overview

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Nissan has designed the Quest with drivers and passengers in mind. Check out the 2014 Nissan Quest Overview to see what all it has in store.

2014 Nissan Quest Overview

2014 Nissan Quest

2014 Nissan Quest Exterior

At first glance, it’s easy to see that the 2014 Quest isn’t the typical minivan. Unique styling with a boxy rear end makes the Quest stand out, while the rear wraparound glass adds a special bit of flair that’s perfect for those looking to be remembered.

2014 Nissan Quest Performance

Strong, seamless acceleration and agile handling—for a minivan—come together to make driving the 2014 Quest anything but a chore. A 3.5-liter V6 engine produces 260 horsepower and 240 lb-ft of torque, making it easy to get the kids to soccer practice, while a continuously variable transmission takes the power to the front end, making this minivan one fun ride.

2014 Nissan Quest Efficiency

Minivans aren’t exactly known for their fuel efficiency, and the 2014 Nissan Quest is no exception with 21 mpg combined, a number similar to other vehicles in its class.

2014 Nissan Quest Interior 

The interior of the 2014 Quest makes you forget that you’re even in a minivan with comfort and practicality combining to make even the longest road trip fun. A dual opening glass moonroof brings the outside in, while the extra quiet interior makes sure those napping in the back seat aren’t disturbed. There are a number of great storage options, too, with forward fold flat seats in both the second and third row, allowing for even more storage in the rear storage well. Add a great DVD Entertainment System, and your kids most definitely will not be asking “Are we there yet?” every ten seconds.

2014 Nissan Quest Safety

Standard safety features come together to keep every passenger in the 2014 Nissan Quest safe with a standard rearview camera, a plethora of airbags, and stability and traction control—among other technologies—coming together to gain the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s top rating of “Good” in moderate-overlap frontal-offset and side-impact collisions and a second-best rating of “Acceptable” for roof strength.