When you're looking for a spacious, tried-and-true minivan with all the safety and bells and whistle for your family, you've found it in the 2015 Nissan Quest. Wallace Nissan in Stuart, FL, invites you to our showroom to check out a 2015 Quest and let your whole family see what everyone's talking about. So if you're in Port St. Lucie, Palm City, White City or Jupiter, bring your whole brood down to Wallace Nissan and let us give you a great deal on the 2015 Quest today!
Let's take a look at how the 2015 Nissan Quest stacks up against the Toyota Sienna.
Engine and Fuel Economy
Under the hood of the 2015 Nissan Quest, you'll find a 3.5L V6 with 260hp and 240 pound-feet of torque. A CVT automatic transmission is standard, as well as FWD. A similarly-sized 3.5L V6 also powers the Toyota Sienna, but with slightly more horsepower at 266 and 245 pound-feet of torque. However, that added horsepower of the Sienna takes away from fuel efficiency, as the 2015 Quest gets an impressive EPA-estimated 19/27 mpg while the Sienna only manages 18/25. Those couple of miles can really add up if you're on a budget.
Nissan Quest Value versus Toyota Sienna Value
The 2015 Quest will keep even more money in your pocket from the start. At an MSRP of $26,530 for the base S model, that's more than a $2000 savings over the $28,600 sticker price of the base Sienna L. Even on the base model Quest, there's a lot of standard features that accompany its comfortable ride. 16-inch steel wheels, dual sliding rear doors, power outside mirrors and chrome door handles are some of the accents that give the Quest its signature looks. Interior features include a Nissan intelligent key with push button start/stop, power doors and windows, second-row climate control, mood lighting and wood dashboard trim. A four-speaker audio system is included, with a 13 speaker system and DVD entertainment system optional on upper models. By contrast, the Toyota Sienna comes with many of the same standard features, including a 6.1 audio touchscreen display, but is that display really worth an extra $2000? You'll get more bang for your buck with the 2015 Nissan Quest.
Quest Cargo and Passenger Space Compared to Sienna Cargo and Passenger Space
Taller drivers and passengers will enjoy much more headroom in the 2015 Quest. Driver and passengers in the front seat will get more than an extra inch of space in the 2015 Quest with 42.1 inches vs. 41 inches in the Sienna. 2nd row passengers will enjoy almost 2 more inches with 41.6 inches vs. 39.7. And 3rd row riders will get 40 inches of headroom in the Quest vs. the Sienna's 38.3. Those inches really add up, so if you're looking for more comfort, the 2014 Nissan Quest is your answer!