Nissan announced that the 2015 Quest 3.5 S will have a starting price of $26,530 in the United States, excluding the $885 destination charge. Still, if you want more, the 2015 Quest 3.5 SV starts at $30,280, while the Quest 3.5 SL costs $34,060. The most expensive model will be the 2015 Nissan 3.5 Platinum, which costs $43,180.
Prices do not include the $885 destination charge. According to Nissan, the 2015 Quest arrives with some enhancements. First of all, the previous LE grade becomes Platinum grade, while the revised tuning and enhanced D-Step Shift logic added to the standard Xtronic transmission improve fuel economy by 2 mpg on the highway, 1 mpg in the city and combined (now 27 mpg on the highway, 20 mpg city and 22 mpg combined).
Moreover, the 4.3-inches display for audio systems is replaced by a larger 5.0-inch color display. The Moving Object Detection (MOD) added to new Platinum grade’s Around View Monitor. Each model is powered by a standard 3.5-liter DOHC V6 petrol engine rated at 260 hp and 240 lb-ft of torque, bolted to the Xtronic automatic transmission.
Nissan will offer the 2015 Quest with plenty of option packages such as DVD Entertainment System, Bose Package, Dual Opening Glass Moonroof, Leather Package and Roof Rails. The Quest Platinum grade gets the standard Blind Spot Warning (BSW) system.