2015 NISSAN QUEST: Mild enhancements to the 2015 Nissan Quest include upgrade to the D-Step Shift logic added to the standard Xtronic transmission and a moving object detection technology is added to some models. Also, a 5.0-inch color display replaces the 4.3-inch display for the audio system. Otherwise the minivan retains all the family features that makes it so popular – including one-touch power sliding doors, quick release fold-flat second and third row seats, an advanced climate control system, and an always-available rear storage well. The Quest is available in S, SV, SL, and the previous LE grade becomes the Platinum grade. Dynamic front-wheel drive performance, top-level quality and reliability starts with use of a 3.5 liter DOHC V-6 that creates 260 and backed by Xtronic continuously variable transmission (CVT) with adaptive shift control. When third and middle seats are down, Quest opens up to consume 108.4 cu. ft. of cargo. Standard AroundView monitor is added to LE models; a DVD entertainment system is standard on LE, and available on SV and SL levels. Designed with purpose inside and out, the '15 Nissan Quest brings Nissan's "fluid sculpture" body to the minivan segment, including the full surround glass treatment. Quest "Innovation for Family" features add one-touch power sliding side doors, seven-passenger interior, fold-flat second- and third row seating, Plasmacluster air purifier and auto recirculation, blind spot warning system, conversation mirror, second row power windows, DVD entertainment system, 11-inch color monitor and XM Satellite Radio. Dual opening glass moonroofs (two), provides refreshing breezes to front and rear occupants when open. Two interior hues are offered, Beige and Grey, in a choice of cloth (S and SV) or leather-appointed (standard on SL and LE, optional on SV) seating.
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