Nissan reveals price for US-spec 2015 Quest minivan

2015 Nissan Quest Minivan Nissan reveals price for US spec 2015 Quest minivan

Japanese car maker Nissan launched the minivan ‘Quest’ back in 1992. For building the first two generations, Nissan had a joint venture with American car maker Ford. Ford sold the rebadged ‘Quest’ as the ‘Mercury Villager’. Around 2003, Ford and Nissan decided to go separate ways and Nissan completely redesigned the model for the third generation. It came out as 2004 model year. It also began selling in the North American under its actual nameplate. The model is currently in its fourth generation that was launched in 2010. The current generation shares the platform with Nissan’s luxury MPV, the ‘Elgrand.’ At one point of time the success of the model compelled fellow Japanese car makers Toyota and Honda to come out with similar models. Nissan has recently announced the price for the 2015 Model Year ‘Quest’ that will be sold in the United States. Handling and destination charges will be calculated on top of the announced price.

For the 2015 ‘Quest’ , Nissan has made some minor changes from the previous model. The Xtronic transmission has received D-Step Shift logic. The LE trim level has been transformed into the platinum trim level and now has the feature of detecting moving objects. The earlier 4.3-inch display screen that came with the audio system is now gone. In its place a 5.0-inch screen has been fitted. The fuel efficiency of the model has also improved for the city by 1 mpg , for highway by 2 mpg and in the combined cycle 1 mpg. All versions will draw power from 3.5-liter V6 engine that produces 260 bhp power and 240 lb-ft of torque. It is paired with the Xtronic transmission mentioned before. Clients will have the freedom to modify the 2015 model year ‘Nissan Quest’ with optional feature packages such as DVD Entertainment , Bose audio package, Leather Package and more.

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