Considering the 2013 Nissan Quest in Mid-Missouri?
Mid-Missouri area drivers who find themselves in need of a family vehicle often turn to the 2013 Nissan Quest, a minivan that offers a smooth ride, roomy seating, and tight handling. With seating for seven, the new Quest is a good choice for large families and all their stuff, as folding down the rear seats opens up 108 cubic feet of cargo space. Thanks to its 3.5L V6 engine, the 2013 Quest is also able to manage 19 mpg in the city and 25 mpg on the highway, continuing its affordability long after the purchase date.* Standard features, meanwhile, include a tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, full power accessories, and cruise control. In short, the Quest is a strong choice for a versatile family vehicle.
Of course, there are other popular minivans aside from the 2013 Nissan Quest, and some of the stiffest competition comes from the 2013 Honda Odyssey. The Odyssey has established itself at the top of the minivan class due to its adaptable interior, high-tech features, and powerful performance. While the base model 2013 Odyssey LX with a five-speed automatic transmission offers a slightly higher highway fuel economy of 27 mpg,* Honda’s minivan also easily bests Nissan in terms of interior dimensions and standard features, offering 148 cubic feet of cargo space and the latest in technological amenities like an i-MID system, Bluetooth, rearview camera, and more. To load the entry-level Quest S with the same type of features offered standard on the Odyssey LX, you will have to upgrade at additional costs.