2016 Nissan Quest Model Overview
The 2016 Nissan Quest redefines “minivan.” A bold exterior silhouette is a combination of a high-class SUV and a functional minivan. Luxurious elements like rear wraparound glass and flush-mounted headlights make you feel like you’re driving the family limo. Except you get the benefit of top safety, too, with features like Blind Spot Warning to give you an extra set of eyes and an Around View Monitor that lets you see a virtual 360 degree image of your Quest. Ready for the journey? Check out the Nissan Quest.
The 2016 Nissan Quest comes in four unique trims: S, SV, SL, and Platinum:
2016 Nissan Quest S
$26,580 Starting MSRP*
2016 Nissan Quest SV
$30,540 Starting MSRP*
2016 Nissan Quest SL
$34,110 Starting MSRP*
2016 Nissan Quest Platinum
$43,230 Starting MSRP*
2016 Nissan Quest Performance
This is not your average minivan! The 2016 Nissan Quest runs on a 3.5-liter DOHC 24-valve V6 engine and the Xtronic Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) that achieves 260 horsepower and 240 lb-ft of torque. This convenient van can achieve up to 27 mpg highway and 20 mpg city.** If you’ve got a growing family and are in need for more passenger and cargo space, we urge you to check out the 2016 Nissan Quest!
2016 Nissan Quest Exterior Features
The 2016 Quest has amazing standard exterior features including: 16 x 6.5-inch steel wheels with bolt-on wheel covers, Chrome door handles, Power outside mirrors, Front UV-reducing solar glass, and Dual sliding rear doors.
If you want more convenient exterior features, take a look at some of the higher, more advanced trim levels where you can find more exterior features including: 16 x 7-inch aluminum-alloy wheels, One-touch power sliding doors with auto-reverse feature, Rear privacy glass, Fog lights, Roof rails, Chrome-accented grille and chrome license plate finisher, Side sill spoilers with chrome accents, One-touch Power Liftgate, Power outside mirrors with turn signal indicators, Smart Auto Headlights, 18 x 7-inch aluminum-alloy wheels, Heated outside mirrors, Automatic tilt-in-reverse outside mirrors, and/or High Intensity Discharge (HID) xenon headlights.
2016 Nissan Quest Interior Features
It will be hard to look beyond the 2016 Nissan Quest S with the amount of standard interior features included in this model! The 2016 Nissan Quest comes standard with interior features including: 6-way manual driver’s seat with center armrest, Third-row 60/40 split fold-flat bench seat, Sixteen cup and bottle holders, Cruise control with illuminated steering wheel-mounted switches, In-cabin charcoal microfilter, Tilt and telescoping steering column, Permanent rear storage well, First-row center console with cup holders/tray/tissue box holders, First- and third-row seatback grocery bag hooks, Cloth seat trim, Sunglasses storage, First- and second-row height-adjustable seat belts, Locking glove box, Mood lighting, Power door locks with auto-locking feature, Two 12-volt DC power outlets, Removable second-row center console with cup holders and DVD storage, Cargo area light, Dual second- and third-row reading lights, Fold-flat second-row captain’s chairs, Variable intermittent speed-sensitive flat-blade windshield wipers and intermittent rear wiper, Wood-tone trim on dashboard and front door panels, Dual front map lights, Power second-row side windows, Sun visors with illuminated vanity mirrors and extensions, Front and rear door storage pockets, Air conditioning, Second-row captain’s chair (sliding and reclining) with third-row easy-entry feature, Retained accessory power and battery saver, Four high-capacity coat hangers, Power front windows with driver’s one-touch auto-up/down, and Second- and third-row air conditioning/heater vents with second-row control.
The radio and tech on the standard Nissan Quest S is bound to impress as well, with features including: Four speakers, Nissan Intelligent Key® with Push Button Ignition, AM/FM/CD audio system, MP3/WMA CD playback capability, and an Auxiliary audio input jack.
If you can believe it you can find even more impressive interior features on the SV, SL and Platinum trim levels. On higher trim levels you can find interior features such as: Tri-zone Automatic Temperature Control (ATC), Quick Release third-row folding seatback, Leather-wrapped steering wheel, Driver seatback pocket, Power front-passenger window with one-touch auto-up/down, Front-passenger seatback pocket, Auto-dimming interior rearview mirror, Leather-wrapped shift knob, 8-way power driver’s seat with center armrest, Driver’s seat power lumbar support, Leather-appointed seats and door trim, Digital compass, Quick Comfort® heated front seats, 120-volt AC power outlet, Power-return third-row seat, Advanced Climate Control System, In-Cabin polyphenol microfilter, Second- and third-row manual side sunshades, Wood-tone trim on sliding door panels, 4-way power front-passenger’s seat, and/or Remote-activated driver’s memory seat and mirror system with two presets.
On these higher trim levels, the radio and technology gets better too! Sit back and enjoy the following features on your new 2016 Nissan Quest: Auxiliary audio/video input jacks, USB connection port for iPod® interface and other compatible devices, Illuminated steering wheel-mounted audio controls, Six speakers, Radio Data System (RDS), RearView Monitor, Speed-sensitive volume control, Premium AM/FM/CD audio system with 5.0-inch color display, SiriusXM® Satellite Radio with 3-month trial subscription, Streaming audio via Bluetooth® wireless technology, Bluetooth® Hands-free Phone System, HomeLink® Universal Transceiver, DVD Entertainment System with 8.0-inch color in-dash monitor, Around View® monitor, Dual Media Playback capability, Second-row 11.0-inch 16:9 WVGA DVD monitor with auto-dimming function, NavTraffic® and NavWeather® with 3-month trial subscription provided by SiriusXM®, Bose® audio system with AM/FM/CD, Blind Spot Warning (BSW) Moving Object Detection (MOD), Two wireless headsets and remote control, Nissan Had Drive Navigation System with 8.0-inch color touch-screen monitor and Voice Recognition, and/or 13 speakers.
2016 Nissan Quest Safety Features
Some of the standard safety features on the 2016 Nissan Quest include: Front-seat Active Head Restraints, Energy-absorbing steering column, Hood buckling creases and safety stops, Nissan Advanced Air Bag System (AABS) with dual-stage supplemental front air bags with seat belt sensors and occupant-classification sensor, Front seat belts with pretensioners and load limiters, Vehicle Dynamic Control (VDC) with Traction Control System (TCS), Zone Body construction with front and rear crumple zones, LATCH System, Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) with Easy-Fill Tire Alert, 3-point Seat Belts with Automatic and Emergency Locking Retractors (Driver Emergency Locking Retractor Only), Roof-mounted curtain side-impact supplemental air bags for outboard occupant head protection for all three rows, Driver and front-passenger seat-mounted side-impact supplemental air bags, Child safety sliding rear door locks, Height-adjustable head restraints for all seating positions, and High-strength steel side-door guard beams.
The 2016 Nissan Quest assures entertainment for all. With the DVD Entertainment System, kids will never ask “are we there yet?” again. An 11-inch monitor complemented by a Bose audio system makes the trip easier. There are even staggered seat heights that simulate the theatre layout so that everyone in back will be able to see. There’s practicality where that came from, with elements like the permanent rear storage wall so you can fit even more when you’re out on a trip. The Nissan Quest is the ultimate minivan.
*Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) excludes destination and handling charges, tax, title, license, and options. Dealer sets actual price.
**2016 EPA fuel economy estimates only. Actual mileage may vary with driving conditions.
***Air bags are only a supplemental restraint system: always wear your seat belt. Even with the occupant- classification sensor, rear-facing child restraints should not be placed in the rear passenger’s seat. All children 12 and under should ride in the rear seat properly secured in child restraints, booster seats, or seats belts according to their size. Air bags will only inflate in certain accidents; see your owner’s manual for more details.