Review the 2016 Quest from Nissan Dealer in Phoenix
Nissan's signature minivan, the Quest, comes into the new model year with very few changes. The popular family-hauler continues to offer fold-flat second-row seating, a spacious interior with seating for up to seven passengers, excellent steering and handling, a smooth ride and a top-notch continuously variable transmission. Available in four trim levels - S, SV, SL and Platinum - the 2016 Nissan Quest comes equipped with a wide range of incredible features drivers with families will appreciate. You can read our 2016 Nissan Quest review below to learn additional information about the new model and its first-class amenities.
No significant modifications have been made to the 2016 Nissan Quest in Phoenix this year, aside from the introduction of standard roof racks on the SV trim. Apart from this addition, the minivan carries over every feature offered on last year's model, including one-touch power sliding doors, Nissan's Easy Fill Tire Alert system, a removable second-row console, climate control, Bluetooth connectivity and keyless entry. When it comes to safety, the Quest doesn't skimp on technologies, offering blind-spot monitoring, Nissan's Around View Monitor and Moving Object Detection on the Platinum trim. Standard safety components are also plentiful and include stability control, traction control, side airbags and antilock brakes.
Powering the 2016 Nissan Quest in Phoenix is a 3.5L V6 engine, generating 260 horsepower and 240 lb.-ft. of torque. It's matched with a continuously variable transmission and supports the minivan's 3,500-pound towing capacity. With this exceptional setup, the Quest also produces an EPA-estimated 23 mpg combined, 20 city and 27 highway, which are slightly better numbers than last year's model.
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