|The 2016 Nissan Quest Multi-purpose vehicle has been enhanced with new features and improved fuel economy. The Minivan (MPV) has been green-lighted for roll out across dealerships in the U.S.A..|
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 a large rear boot. Enhancements for the new version include standard roof rails (SV grade) and much fuel consumption with these ratings: 8 km/l (city), 10 km/l (highway) and 9 km/l (combined).
The 2016 Nissan Quest’s sophisticated, modern exterior combines fluid sculptural elements with a dynamic mass and crafted details. At the front, the bumper, horizontal grille and large headlights blend into the profile’s character lines. At the same time, the door sections and surfaces flow seamlessly into the rear, and when combined with the boomerang taillights and tailgate finisher the Quest gives an impression of a solid piece carved from stone.
The low sliding door step-in height is helpful for 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 versions. Third row power return seatbacks are standard on Quest Platinum. Major interior highlights consist of BOSE premium 13-speaker audio system, Nissan Hard-Drive Navigation System and DVD entertainment System with 11-inch WVGA monitor.
The 2016 Quest takes up a VQ-series 3.5-liter DOHC V6, paired to a tuned Xtronic transmission, for an output of 260 horsepower and 325 Nm (240 lb-ft) of torque. The gearbox has a D-step logic configuration for quick shifts, more natural acceleration without high rpm and smoother speed progression.
Suspension setup comprises of 4-wheel independent suspension, with 4-wheel disc brakes added for dependable stopping. The Minivan comes with a 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, as well as the Around View Monitor (AVM) with Moving Object Detection (MOD).
The 2016 Nissan Quest is offered with a host of optional packages, including DVD Entertainment system, the BOSE package, Dual Opening Glass Moonroof, Leather package and roof rails.