Pricing for the 2014 Nissan Quest will start at $26,850 including destination charges, the automaker said in a statement. That’s identical to last year’s pricing for the Nissan Quest minivan, which reflects the fact that there are almost no changes to the model for this year.
The Nissan Quest retains its 260-hp, 3.5-liter V-6 engine and continuously variable transmission as the only powertrain choice across the model range. The new model year sees only the addition of two new paint colors, Titanium and Gun Metallic.
The base price of $26,850 affords shoppers a 2014 Nissan Quest S, which has 16-inch steel wheels, a power driver’s seat, a four-speaker sound system with an auxiliary input, push-button start, keyless entry, power front windows, and 12 cupholders. Buyers can pay $300 to add roof rails from the factory. The next step up is the $30,600 2014 Nissan Quest SV, which adds things like 16-inch alloy wheels, a backup camera, fog lights, a six-speaker audio system with color screen, Bluetooth, an iPod connector, and satellite radio. Options include the $300 roof rails, a $2100 DVD player system, and a $1500 leather seating package.
Opting for the SL trim level sets buyers back $34,380 and adds standard leather seats, heated power mirrors, a chrome-trimmed front grille, 18-inch alloy wheels, and a leather-wrapped shift knob. Options include a $2100 DVD player, a $1150 Bose audio system, and a $1350 dual-pane sunroof. The top tier for the 2014 Nissan Quest is the $43,500 LE model, which comes standard with the aforementioned DVD player and Bose audio system. Also on board are navigation, power-folding rear seats, a memory function for the driver’s seat, automatic HID headlights, and the AroundView Monitor 360-degree camera. The only available option is a sunroof, at $1350.
The 2014 Nissan Quest is on sale now.