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Take a look at the newest Nissan Quest, and you may briefly forget that this vehicle is a minivan. With fun styling and great features, the Quest aims to redefine the minivan and offer Montgomery families an alternative to the traditional boring options. Minivans have long been the favorite choice for families, and the Quest’s updates help keep the segment strong despite competition from large SUVs.
Nissan Quest Updates for 2016
Working toward the goal of redefining the minivan, the Nissan Quest has a few updates for the 2016 model year. There are only minimal changes since there was recently a larger refresh. You do now, however, get roof rails on all Quest SV models. This should make it easier for families to store items on the roof for road trips, taking a child to college, or simply bringing home a new bicycle. The fuel economy has also improved across the lineup by 1 mpg combined. Now, Alabama drivers will enjoy 20 mpg* in the city, 27 mpg* on the highway, and 23 mpg* combined.
Powerful Nissan Quest Family Vehicle
The Nissan Quest shows that minivans don’t have to be boring to drive. All models run on a 3.5-liter V6 engine that gives you 240 pound-feet of torque and 260 horsepower. The Xtronic CVT has D-step logic to offer natural acceleration and boost fuel economy.
The Latest Nissan Quest Features
The Quest also excels in providing the latest features for families in a convenient minivan package. You can configure your Nissan with Blind Spot Warning, the Around View Monitor, Bose premium sound, a DVD Entertainment System, and several different packages.
Visit Jack Ingram Nissan in Montgomery, Alabama, to see the Nissan Quest for yourself and see the numerous ways it works to challenge your expectations from a minivan.
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*Based on EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions and other factors.
When Montgomery drivers are in the search of their next family vehicle, they want a few specific things, all of which can be found in the 2015 Nissan Quest. This minivan seats seven passengers in comfort, provides entertainment, keeps the family safe, offers versatility, and meets your budget.
One-Touch Power Doors and Liftgate
Families with younger children appreciate the convenience of being able to open and close doors and the liftgate without physically doing so. Sometimes your hands are full with children, toys, groceries, and/or backpacks, which is why you can opt for one-touch power sliding doors in the Quest. Simply press the button and open the door without having to put your child down even for a second. The same convenience is available for the power liftgate as well, perfect for loading and unloading heavy or awkward items.
No matter how long of a drive you have planned, your family won’t complain about their comfort in the Quest. The seats have been engineered to reduce fatigue on longer drives, and you can get heated front seats to take the strain off. The quiet interior lets you focus on your family without outside noises getting in the way.
Storage and Seating
One thing that makes the Nissan Quest unique among minivans is its permanent rear storage well. This is right behind the third row, meaning that you can access it if the third row of seats is up or down. This well is perfect for storing extra items that won’t fit anywhere else or hiding valuables from the outside world. To optimize cargo space, the third row folds forward so both rear rows are completely flat if you want. Now getting your child’s custom racecar bed home is no problem.
To get a feel for these and other family-friendly features of the 2015 Nissan Quest, take one on a test drive at Jack Ingram Nissan in Montgomery, Alabama.
The Nissan Quest is the ideal vehicle to take you around Montgomery and the surrounding areas. With the ability to carry seven passengers in comfort or fold the seats forward, you can fit plenty of passengers or a mix of people and supplies. This leaves your options for exploring Montgomery open to biking in parks, visiting museums, attending events, and more.
Rosa Parks Library and Museum
Pile the entire family into your Quest or bring along some of your children’s friends for a day of educational fun. The Rosa Parks Museum will teach them everything they need to know about this brave woman. The museum is small, but the video presentation will help engage your children so they stay interested and learn something. There is even a Children’s Wing to appeal to younger visitors.
All children love animals, and there is no better way to spend a nice day than exploring the local zoo. There are animals from all over the world, and if you get overheated from walking around, you can go back inside your Quest and cool off in the air conditioning. There is even a petting zoo, an area where you can feed parakeets, and various feeding stations.
After a day walking outside in the Alabama heat, your family will enjoy getting in your Quest and heading to the Ice Palace at Eastdale Mall for an hour or two of ice skating. If you get a Quest equipped with the DVD system, you can get your children excited for this activity by playing a movie related to ice skating.
To get behind the wheel of your own 2015 Nissan Quest and start exploring Montgomery, Alabama, with your whole family, visit Jack Ingram Nissan.