2015 Quest

2015 Nissan Quest

Pros: Peppy acceleration; inviting and comfortable interior with top-notch assembly quality

Cons: Fuel economy; fewer comfort and convenience features and less passenger- and cargo versatility than most class competitors

2015 Quest

CG Says: For 2015, the Nissan Quest gets a new model name (the previous LE grade is now called Platinum) and 5-inch audio display screen in place of the previous 4.3-inch unit. Also, the continuously variable transmission (CVT) gets a “D-Step Shift” programming update that mimics the shifting of a conventional automatic transmission. A strong engine, inviting interior, and easy controls are what make the 2015 Quest an appealing minivan. And even though no one drives a minivan for its style, the Quest nevertheless sports some interesting design touches inside and out that make it stand out from the pack. However, Nissan doesn’t offer a second-row bench seat like some competitors do, and most class rivals offer more comfort and convenience options as well. Quest’s positive traits make it worth a look for shoppers who appreciate its unique style, but we’d check out the Chrysler Town and Country, Dodge Grand Caravan, and Honda Odyssey as well.

The Facts
Class Minivan
Body Style(s) minivan
Passenger Count 7
Drive Wheels front-wheel drive
Manufacturer Nissan
Nation of Manufacture USA
Base Prices S: $26,530
SV: $30,280
SL: $34,060
Platinum: $43,180

Base Engine
3.5-liter V6
Std. Transmission
Avail. Transmission
EPA City Range (mpg)
EPA Hwy Range (mpg)

2014 Nissan Quest
2015 Nissan Quest