2014 Nissan Quest Review

  • Performance
    3.7 of 5.0
  • Cost of Ownership
    4.5 of 5.0
  • Interior
    4.1 of 5.0
  • Reliability
    3.0 of 5.0
30 Mar 2014

Large families typically face trouble when selecting a vehicle. This is because there are not many vehicles that can accommodate six to seven people. This is where Nissan provides the perfect solution. The company has introduced a neat looking minivan, the 2014 Quest, and it is rather spectacular to look at. The specifications of the van are even more impressive. The 2014 Nissan Quest in simple words is a minivan with the ultimate luxury features. The Nissan Quest has a variety of features to offer. Let’s look at each of these features in detail:

Engine Specifications

The of the 2014 Quest engine delivers incredible performance. The car is equipped with a 3.5-liter V-type engine with six-cylinders. This gives this minivan amazing power. So, if you want to carry a lot of load in the spacious interior, you don’t have to worry about the engine stalling. The front wheel drive of the 2014 Quest provides more stability for carrying heavy loads. The 2014 Quest does have a couple of variants but both only differ in the trims. Each variant of the 2014 Quest has a powerful engine.


The best feature of the 2014 Quest is its transmission. Most minivans come with a five or six-speed transmission. The 2014 Quest, on the other hand, has a continuously variable transmission. This not only ensures a smooth gear performance but the 2014 Quest is also fuel-efficient. The CVT transmission will ensure that the minivan doesn’t stall on steep roads or when there is cargo loaded into the vehicle.

Interior Design

Since the 2014 Quest is a minivan, much of Nissan’s focus is on the interior. The interior of a minivan is supposed to boast convenience, space and comfort. At first glance, the Quest’s interior seems to lack cargo space. However, the rear seats fold in to provide ample of cargo space for a camping trip, etc. The seats of the 2014 Quest are comfortable and are equipped with armrests and cup holders.

One major concern in minivans is legroom. Most minivans offer ample legroom for the front passenger but not enough for the rear passengers. The 2014 Quest, on the other hand, has dealt with this problem. The minivan offers sufficient legroom for rear passengers as well. The console between the driver seat and front passenger seat has also been shortened. The automatic transmission level has been moved onto the dashboard console. This extra space increases the room available for carrying small items.

Another plus point of the 2014 Quest’s interior is the dashboard console. The console is not over-clogged with buttons and dials. The console is simple and elegant. There are also a few upgrades offered by Nissan. You may opt for a power tailgate, satellite radio, leather trim and an entertainment system. These upgrades will enhance the comfort offered by the 2014 Quest.

Exterior Design

The exterior design of the 2014 Quest is eye-catching. At first glance you can tell that it is an amazing vehicle. Once you explore the features you are sure to want to buy one. The minivan is quite high and this ensures there is ample headroom. The headlamps of the 2014 Quest are a typical Nissan design.

If you are looking for an everyday minivan for your family, the Nissan 2014 Quest is the perfect choice for you.