2013 Nissan Quest pricing announced, Starts at $26,815

2013 Nissan Quest front side view Nissan Has released the offical price list of the 2013 Quest, starts at 26,815 including $825 destination charge. with a short list of price adjustments and updates.

2013 Nissan Quest comes with a keyless access system, 16-inch steel wheels, and the 260-hp 3.5-liter V-6 makes 260 horsepower and 240 lb-ft of torque and translates power through a CVT to offer 19 mpg in the city and 25 on the highway. Many families may start their Nissan minivan search at the $30,565 2013 Quest SV, which includes 16-inch alloy wheels, power-sliding doors, a rear-view camera, and a USB connection port.
2013 Nissan Quest rear side view Leather is available in a $1500 package on the 2013 Quest SV, though the leather-equipped $34,345 2013 Quest SL has leather seating standard, as well as a power liftgate, 18-inch alloy wheels, and roof rails — the trim is $980 less expensive than the 2012 Quest SL. A DVD entertainment system is included on the Quest SL and Quest LE, the latter of which now gets the Around View Monitor camera system as standard equipment. A dual-opening moonroof is available on the Quest SL and LE, while a premium sound system, a blindspot monitoring system, and navigation system is standard on the $43,465 Quest LE, which costs $290 more than last year’s model.
2013 Nissan Quest interior center stack For comparison, the base 2013 Honda Odyssey comes in at $29,405, and the 2013 Toyota Sienna van stickers at $27,280. Prices include shipping charges.