Albuquerque Nissan Dealership Reviews the New Quest
When it comes to minivans, the 2016 Nissan Quest is one of the best models currently available. It's perfect for families, can seat up to seven passengers comfortably and comes with a range of excellent features that benefit all occupants. For the new year, the Quest adds a new standard feature to the SV trim and sports a slight increase in fuel economy, allowing drivers to save just a little more money at the gas pumps. Take a look at our 2016 Nissan Quest review below to acquire more details about the new model and its strong V6 powertrain.
Offered in four trims, S, SV, SL and Platinum, the 2016 Nissan Quest in Albuquerque is fit for a variety of drivers. This year, is primarily unchanged; however, it does come with standard roof rails this year on the SV trim. Aside from this change and the minor increase in fuel economy, the minivan is the same as last year, offering a range of outstanding technologies, including a DVD system, navigation system, Bose 13-speaker stereo system, Around View Monitor and Moving Object Detection. In an effort to enhance safety, Blind Spot Detection is also standard on the Platinum model, notifying drivers of vehicles and/or objects in their blind spot.
A 260-horsepower 3.5L V6 engine is equipped on the 2016 Nissan Quest in Albuquerque. Paired with a continuously variable transmission that powers the front wheels, the engine delivers 240 lb.-ft. of torque and produces a best-in-class EPA-estimated 23 mpg combined, 20 city and 27 highway. Additionally, the Quest can tow up to 3,500 pounds when properly equipped and can go from 0-60 mpg in 8.5 seconds.
Keep reading our 2016 Nissan Quest review below for further info about the minivan and its selection of incredible features. You can also check out a 360-degree video review by scrolling further down the page.