2016 Nissan Quest has a starting price of $26,530

Article by Christian A., on December 15, 2015

Nissan has revealed that it has priced the 2016 Nissan Quest, currently on sale at different Nissan dealers across the U.S. The 2016 Quest has a number of family-friendly features that include the Advanced Climate Control System and the one-touch power sliding doors.

It even has the fold-flat quick release feature for the 2nd and 3rd row seats. It goes without saying that its rear storage is always ready. There are also other enhancements on the 2016 Quest like the roof rails that have been added and are now standard equipment on the SV grade. Fuel economy is also improved and is now 27 mpg highway, 20 mpg city, and combined 23 mpg.

It will also be made available in four different models. 2016 Quest 3.5 S has a Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price of $26,530. The Quest 3.5 SV meanwhile comes at $30,490 while the Quest 3.5 SL is at $34,060.

Finally the top-tier is the Quest 3.5 Platinum which has an MSRP of $43,180. Destination and Handling is not included and is estimated at $900.

Powering the 2016 Quest is the 3.5-liter VQ-series DOHC V6 engine capable of delivering 260 horsepower with a maximum torque of 240 lb-ft. Pairing this engine is the advanced and tuned Xtronic transmission resulting in a smooth driving experience. Through its D-step logic, the shift allows for a natural acceleration feeling while not being able to hold the high rpm constant.

Rather, what it does is slowly build the rpm as the speed increases. Completing the superb performance are the 4-wheel independent suspension and 4-wheel disc brakes with the vehicle-speed-sensitive power steering. The exterior manages to combine different sculptural elements with its crafted details and dynamic mass. The front of the 2016 Quest shows the horizontal grill, the headlights, and the bumper smoothly flow towards the boomerang taillights on the rear and the tailgate finisher.

The resulting effect is that it gives it an appearance as if the car itself was carved and sculpted from a solid piece of stone. One of its family-friendly features is that the height of the sliding door step-in is low, making it easy not just for small children to enter the car but even for the older adults. Thus getting to the 2nd or even 3rd rows is simple and it may not even need any assistance. Furthermore, the 2nd row has a standard walk-in device in order to get to the 3rd row that much easier.

For the Quest SL and the Quest Platinum, it comes with the one-touch unlock/open power rear liftgate. The Quest Platinum also has the added bonus of having power return seatbacks on the 3rd row. As expected from any Nissan product, the Quest also follows its Safety Shield Philosophy.

As such, it has various advanced safety systems like the Blind Spot Warning. In addition to the safety systems, there are other technologies available as well. There is for example the Around View Monitor with its Moving Object Detection. Helping the driver is the brand’s own Hard-Drive Navigation System. The 2016 Quest also comes equipped with the DVD entertainment System which can be viewed through the 11-inch WVGA monitor.

The sound can be appreciated through the Bose premium with its 13-speaker audio system. Aside from the DVD Entertainment package and Bose Package, customers can also avail of the Leather Package, Roof Rails, and Dual Opening Glass Moonroof.

Nissan’s operations in North America include a number of services like automotive styling, consumer and corporate financing, engineering, distribution and manufacturing, and sales and marketing. The company is devoted in helping the environment with its Nissan Green Program. The company has in fact been recognized every year since 2010 as the ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year by the U.S Environmental Protection Agency.

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Nissan announces 2016 Quest U.S. pricing

Nissan today announced U.S. pricing for the 2016 Nissan Quest, which is on sale now at Nissan dealers nationwide. The 2016 Nissan Quest offers a range of family friendly features, including one-touch power sliding doors, quick release fold-flat 2nd and 3rd row seats, Advanced Climate Control System and an always-available rear storage well.

Enhancements for the 2016 model year include:

Roof rails added as standard equipment on SV grade
Fuel economy increased by 1 mpg combined – now 20 mpg city, 27 mpg highway and 23 mpg combined
Quest is offered in four well-equipped models: S, SV, SL and Platinum. Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Prices* (MSRP) for the 2016 Nissan Quest:

Quest 3.5 S $26,530 USD
Quest 3.5 SV $30,490 USD
Quest 3.5 SL $34,060 USD
Quest 3.5 Platinum $43,180 USD

Destination and Handling $900.

The 2016 Quest's sophisticated, modern exterior combines fluid sculptural elements with a dynamic mass and crafted details. In front, the bumper, horizontal grille and large headlights blend into the side character line. At the same time, the bold door sections and surfaces flow seamlessly into the rear boomerang taillights and tailgate finisher, helping create a look as if Quest was carved from one solid piece of sculptor's stone. The low sliding door step-in height is helpful for small children or older adults getting into the 2nd or 3rd rows and to assist entry further, the Quest's 2nd row features a standard walk-in device for easier access to the 3rd row. A one-touch unlock/open power rear liftgate is standard on Quest SL and Platinum models. Third row power return seatbacks are standard on Quest Platinum.

All 2016 Quest models feature a VQ-series 3.5-liter DOHC V6 rated at 260 horsepower and 240 lb-ft of torque, and an advanced, tuned Xtronic transmission that provides a smooth driving experience. The D-step logic simulates shifts, giving a more natural acceleration feeling without holding a high rpm constant, letting rpms build as speed builds. Quest also features 4-wheel independent suspension, 4-wheel disc brakes and vehicle-speed-sensitive power steering.

As part of Nissan's Safety Shield Philosophy, Quest is designed to incorporate a number of advanced safety systems, including Blind Spot Warning (BSW), which is standard on Quest Platinum.

Other available technology includes Around View® Monitor (AVM) with Moving Object Detection (MOD), Bose® premium 13-speaker audio system, Nissan Hard-Drive Navigation System and DVD entertainment System with 11-inch WVGA monitor.

The 2016 Quest is available with a number of option packages, including DVD Entertainment System, Bose® Package, Dual Opening Glass Moonroof, Leather Package and Roof Rails.

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