The 2019 Nissan Quest is a comfortable minivan that is perfect for families. While biggest competitors like Honda Odyssey and Toyota Sienna offers room for eight people, Quest offers seats for seven passengers. The interior is comfortable but lacks some “must have” features and the exterior come with a block design and an aging platform.
However, Nissan Quest is cheaper than its rivals and if that is not enough, then opt for one of higher trim levels that will boost the performance and the interior furthermore.
2019 Nissan Quest Styling and Design
The blocky shape and angular styling are unique among the mostly rounded rivals, and we are not sure if that is a good thing. The high roof and squared rear are perhaps the highlights of the 2019 Nissan Quest exterior. Up front, a huge chrome grille and wraparound glass are a definition of Quest’s design. Quest is shorter and narrower than some rivals, however, added height make the cabin roomier. Quest S and SV models are offering 16-inch wheels while SL and Platinum models will ride on 18-inches.
The new Quest will ride on the new system and lighting system is upgraded as well. In order to make this minivan less heavy, Nissan added more aluminum materials.
2019 Nissan Quest Interior can accumulate seven passengers
Unlike its competitors, new 2019 Nissan Quest offers a seating for up to seven passengers. First, two rows head and legroom are good, on the other hand, the third row is slightly tighter. Cargo room is good thanks to a hidden rear cargo area and fold-flat-second-and-third-row seats. Up front, the shift leveler is hovering the climate controls and it is pretty annoying. Another thing that could become annoying is a power liftgate button that is placed low on the dash and is hard to find.
Higher-trim levels will provide much better experience and you are going to think that you are in some Infiniti vehicle. Leather seats are very soft and the feel inside the cabin is premium. Seats come with contrast piping and dual-layer cushion. The interior is, even more, boosted thanks to a color-coordinated scheme and very nice use of metallic trim.
2019 Nissan Quest Engine Specifications
All trim levels of 2019 Nissan Quest offers the same 3.5-liter V6 engine. This drivetrain is mated to a CVT automatic transmission and it returns 260 HP and 240 lb-ft of torque. This transmission owns a new Nissan’s D-Step shift logic. This system will simulate gear changes and will provide better driving experience as a result.
On top of that, CVT in the Nissan Quest is unique in minivan class, and smooth shifting and immediate power are more than good reasons why this minivan is so easy to live with.
2019 Nissan Quest Price and Release Date
The approaching 2019 Nissan Quest minivan starts at $28,000. On the other hand, fully equipped Quest Platinum model will cost slightly over $45,000. With its base price, Quest undercuts rivals like Honda Odyssey, Toyota Sienna, and Kia Sedona. The price is more than fair but some modern features like a rearview camera or Bluetooth aren’t available.