The Nissan Quest is the only minivan Harvey, Louisiana, families need to get around town. Seating is easy enough to configure that your older children can help, and the second-row seats fold flat to make it easier to store large objects. The team at Ray Brandt Nissan can help you and your family pick from the four trim levels.
Nissan Quest Family-Friendly Features
Families typically want features that make life more convenient, add to the comfort of everyone, or keep the children entertained. The full power accessories and Easy Fill Tire Alert make this minivan easy to use and care for, and the auxiliary audio jack, satellite radio, Bluetooth, and USB/iPod abilities let you choose how you want to listen to music. If you go on a lot of long car rides, pick a model with the rear DVD entertainment system to keep your children occupied or the navigation system to help you find new destinations.
When it comes time to change the seating arrangement inside the Quest, you will find it a straightforward process. The comfortable seats in the second row slide and recline while the third row will fold forward as well, giving you a large, flat space. Best of all, the Quest has a deep storage bin behind the third-row seats that can be used even when you have the seats folded flat.
Nissan Quest Safety
Safety is another major concern for parents, but the Quest is one of the safest models on the market. It comes standard with antilock disc brakes, traction control, stability control, front-seat active head restraints, and numerous airbags. Everyone model but the base S comes with a standard rearview camera, and you can even pick a model with a 360-degree Around View Monitor and blind spot monitoring.