Changes for the 2014 Nissan Quest:
For 2014, Nissan swaps paint colors, adding Titanium and Gun Metallic in place of Twilight Gray, Platinum Graphite, and Titanium Beige.
Nissan sells the 2014 Quest minivan in S, SV, SL, and LE trim levels. Upgrading to the Quest SV installs triple-zone automatic climate control, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, an overhead conversation mirror that allows the driver to see occupants in all three rows of seats, and one-touch power sliding side doors. A 6-speaker audio system with a 4.3-inch touchscreen display is also standard for this model, and it includes Bluetooth, a USB port, and a reversing camera. Additional upgrades include fake wood trim for the interior, fog lights for the exterior, and 16-inch aluminum wheels.
The Quest SL rides on a set of 18-inch aluminum wheels, and features a power rear liftgate, heated side mirrors with turn signal indicators, automatic headlights, and roof rails. Inside, the Quest SL is equipped with leather seats, an 8-way power adjustable driver’s seat, a universal remote control, an auto-dimming rearview mirror with a compass, and Quick Comfort heated front seats claimed to warm up faster than usual.
At the top of the lineup, the Quest LE is loaded with equipment. Standard safety features include a Blind Spot Warning system and an Around View Monitor system, and the Quest LE also includes a navigation system with a larger 8-inch display screen, an Advanced Climate Control System, a 13-speaker premium audio system with satellite radio, and a rear-seat entertainment system with an 11-inch display screen. This model also gets Xenon headlights, manual sunshades for the second- and third-row seats, a 4-way power front passenger’s seat, memory for the driver’s settings, and more.
Engines and Transmissions:
A 3.5-liter V-6 engine powers every 2014 Quest, generating 260 horsepower that is fed to the front wheels through a continuously variable transmission (CVT).
Fuel Economy Ratings:
In combined driving, the 2014 Nissan Quest returns 21 mpg, according to the EPA.
While the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) had not performed crash tests on the Quest as this summary was written, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) had assessed the family hauler in most of its tests. The Quest earns a “Good” rating in all of them except for the roof crush strength test, for which it receives an “Acceptable” rating. The IIHS has not subjected the Quest to its small overlap frontal-impact test as this summary is written.
The 2014 Nissan Quest is no stranger to technology, with SV and SL models featuring a standard touchscreen infotainment system. Get the Quest LE with the hard-drive navigation system, and the screen grows in size from 4.3 inches to 8 inches. This model is also equipped with an 11-inch rear-seat entertainment screen, and features Nissan’s AroundView Monitor system, a Blind Spot Monitoring system, and an Advanced Climate Control System with a Plasmacluster air purification system.
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