The U.S. division of Nissan has officially announced the pricing details of the 2015 Quest, which have been set from 26,530 USD.
The cheapest version of the 2015 Nissan Quest is going on sale from 26,530 USD, without the 885 USD destination and handling charges. The model in question is getting some minor updates to it such as the D-Step Shift logic of the Xtronic transmission or the LE trim which has been now transformed into the Platinum trim and fitted with the Moving Object Detection. The vehicle is also dropping the 4.3-inch display for the audio system in favor of the 5.0-inch one.
The 2015 Nissan Quest SV can be yours from 30,280 USD, the SL from 34,060 USD and the top of the line Platinum is available from 43,180 USD. Besides the trim levels, customers can also order the optional packages which are adding the DVD Entertainment System, the Bose Package, the Roof Rails, Leather Package or Glass Moonroof. All versions of the model come with the same 3.5L V6 engine, rated at 260 HP (194 kW) and 325 Nm (240 lb-ft) of torque, along with four-wheel independent suspension, speed sensitive power steering and four-wheel disc brakes.