The 2013 Nissan Quest is designed and equipped to serve as a more expressive minivan that celebrates family life. Quest's modern, sophisticated exterior and interior design provide impactful styling to the minivan segment with a wind-cheating "fluid sculpture" body highlighted by full surround glass treatment. The sculpted door sections and dynamic surfaces flow seamlessly into the rear "boomerang" taillights, helping give Quest a look more similar to carved art. Inside, Quest offers the convenience of one-touch power sliding doors, fold-flat 2nd and 3rd row seats, an Advanced Climate Control System and an always-available rear storage area. Quest also offers desirable equipment such as dual opening glass moonroofs, Quick Comfort heated front seats, a rear 11-inch color monitor, and a conversation mirror that helps communication with the 2nd and 3rd row occupants. The Quest rides on a long 118.1-inch that helps offer a roomy interior, a comfortable ride and surprising maneuverability for a vehicle that is 200 inches long overall. For 2013, the Around View(R) Monitor is standard equipped on LE models, and a DVD Entertainment System is now available on SV and SL models (it remains standard on Quest LE and was previously offered on SL). See more... See Less

4 Available Trims
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  • 260

    HP

    19city

    25hwy

    $

    25,990

    MSRP

  • 260

    HP

    19city

    25hwy

    $

    29,740

    MSRP

  • 260

    HP

    19city

    25hwy

    $

    33,520

    MSRP

  • 260

    HP

    19city

    25hwy

    $

    42,640

    MSRP

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Reviews and Ratings
Overall
Pros Cons
Comfortable, smooth ride - i call it the boat. Gas mileage should be better
Steering- turning is small for size of vehicle The back hatch on the van should be automatic.
Safe and smooth vehicle to drive All the beeping when opening doors / hatch
Very good responsiveness - cornering, accelerating, and braking Navigation available only on le model
Exterior styling - doesn't look too much like a mini van All wheel drive not available
Comfort of all seats, space & configuration Cargo space: full size stroller doesn't fit well
Stylish cool features on dashboard The doors are too heavy in front
Storage space / cargo - lots of room, easy access Seat configuration not as useful as my town & country stow n go
Cvt/ engine - very strong and smooth and gets 22 mpg overall. Style of rear-end looks like other vans, not unique
Attractiveness and quality of interior Center console on front - useless -low.