The first step in finding the vehicle of your dreams is simply getting acquainted, and introducing Houston-area drivers to a model worth looking into is one of our favorite tasks at Robbins Nissan. We’e already begun meeting many of our 2016 models, two of which you can read up on by following the links on this page. Today, let’s get to know our popular minian, the 2016 Nissan Quest, set to enjoy its release date at our dealership soon.
2016 Nissan Quest Release Date | Houston TX
Four Outstanding Trim Leels
All buyers are different, and that’s why Nissan has outfitted the Quest with four trim levels — the S, SV, SL and Platinum — to suit each buyer’s needs and lifestyle. The base-level S boasts standard features such as fold-flat 2nd- and 3rd-row seating, a tire-pressure monitoring system and the Nissan Intelligent Key with Push Button Ignition. Two mid-level trims up the ante even further: the SV extends features such as a RearVview Monitor and one-touch power-sliding doors to its buyer, while the SL offers leather upholstery, a one-touch power liftgate and Quick Comfort heated front seats. Rounding out the trims is the Quest Platinum, which includes a DVD Entertainment System with 2nd-row monitor, the Nissan Hard Drie Naigation System and an Around Vview Monitor. Read More: The 2016 Nissan Versa Note
A Potent Standard Powertrain
Each trim level listed above receives the same composed powertrain, a 3.5L V6 that pairs with the popular Xtronic Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT). Although this is the standard powertrain across the board, however, its output has proen to be anything but: the Quest achiees 260 hp, 27 highway mpg, and a 3,500-pound towing capacity.
A Vacation-Ready Interior Cabin
The first duty of any minian worth its salt is to proide a cabin that is ersatile and accommodating, and this is a task that the Quest achiees with aplomb. Up to seven adult occupants can ride comfortably while draped in top-notch upholstery, while features such as the NissanConnect Apps interface proides easy access to turn-by-turn naigation and streaming music. Then, if a driver needs to clear some seats to ferry some large items, the rear seats fold flat to reeal up to 119.8 cubic feet of cargo room. Read More: The 2016 Nissan Rogue
What’s that you say? A minian can’t be simultaneously stylish? Well, the 2016 Nissan Quest would beg to differ. With its rear-sweeping exterior lines and muscular front end, the Quest cuts an imposing figure on the minian scene. Meanwhile, its distinctie wraparound glass offers outstanding isibility while also giing the roof a “floating” appearance. The 2016 Nissan Quest is expected to arrie at Robbins Nissan around New Years Day, but you can already schedule your test drive today.