Overview & Reviews
Notable changes for 2015 include a higher EPA fuel economy rating, transmission refinements and a larger 5.0-inch audio system display on SV and SL versions. Nissan's Moving Object Detection system is now included on the top-of-the-line Platinum trim level and provides visual and audio warnings of large moving objects near the vehicle when the 360-degree bird's-eye-view camera system is activated.
- Quiet and smooth ride
- Fold-flat second-row seats.
- Roomy and easily configurable seating
- Sharp steering and handling
- Excellent continuously variable transmission (CVT)
- Short on interior storage.
- Less cargo space than competitors
- Seven-passenger maximum
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Was gonna buy a Honda..... - 2015 Nissan Quest
By jim - March 26 - 12:37 pm
Fold flat seats without removing second row seats was key in purchase decision of my 2015 SL Quest. Just have 2,000 miles on it now. I traded a 2011 Chrysler Town & Country--- fold flat seats without removing second row---but folding third and second row was kinda pain in the back. With Quest, after folding seats, I still have a cargo/grocery hold area--nice! Has overall less cargo room than Odessy or T&C but folds much easier and unless you haul loose peanuts and need every square inch, the space is plenty for my wife to use as a weekend garage sale cargo van. CVT transmission shifts smooth (I know--no gears) and has good power and passing capability. Gear shift lever blocks view of radio on/off knob and some other controls. Would like to see power outlet for cell phone chargers in second row, multiple info on display (outside temp, ave MPG and distance to empty would be one combo I would use) and remote start option. Haven't seen 27 MPG; 20-22 average is what I get. Checked customer reviews on Honda, Toyota, KIA, Town & Country---that made me decide for the Nissan. I definitely needed a van for 7 people as I have 9 grandchildren and 6 children. All said; very happy.