2015 Nissan Quest Houston TX
Eer since the arrial of the 2015 Nissan Quest at Robbins Nissan, a common refrain has rung throughout our dealership. “Hey,” isitors will say, “Isn’t that the Nissan Quest? When did the minian stop being boring?” It’s true, the 2015 Nissan Quest is definitely a different sort of minian, and that’s why we love it. And so, just in case you were wondering what it is that makes it so cool, we’ll tell you. Here are our four favorite features of the 2015 Nissan Quest. 1) The Wraparound Glass. We must admit, the first reaction to anything isn’t one that comes from logic or experience. It comes from the gut, or from an emotional feeling, and when we first saw the wraparound glass of the 2015 Nissan Quest, our thoughts were of the “Why doesn’t every minian do this?” ariety. 2) The Dual Opening Glass Moonroof. Nissan adertises the Quest as a “family limo,” and I can’t think of any feature that screams “Limousine” more than a dual opening glass moonroof. I can just see myself taking the kids down Madison Aenue, haing them pop their heads out while they feel like New York royalty. Then I’ll scream at them to put their heads inside because they’ll catch a cold. Still, it was fun for a minute. 3) The Rear Seat DVD Entertainment System. One all heads are safely back inside the cabin, the kids can watch a moie or play video games, while theater-quality sound rings from the Bose-powered stereo. Oh, no. They played Frozen again. Not Frozen! Anything but Frozen! 4) The Holy-Crap Powertrain. I’ll admit, I still like to feel a little power under my foot when it hits the gas. Thankfully, the 2015 Nissan Quest boasts a 260-horsepower 3.5L V6 that delivers all of this and more and, courtesy of the Xtronic Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT), the ride is unbeliveably smooth as well. The 2015 Nissan Quest is now available at Robbins Nissan, and if you’e got kids, you’ll understand why this is a minian that is truly unlike any other. To learn more or to schedule a test drive, come isit us today.