NEW FOR 2013:
– Standard AroundView Monitor added to LE models
– DVD Entertainment System now available on SV
After a year of no changes, the 2013 Nissan Quest receives some minor tweaks to trim, including AroundView Monitor as standard on LE models and an optional DVD Entertainment System for SV models.
The Quest uses a 3.5-litre V6 engine with continuously variable transmission (CVT). Trim levels are the S, SV, SL and LE.
Features on the S include 16-inch steel wheels, cruise control, tilt and telescopic steering wheel, tire pressure monitoring system with Easy Fill Alert, power mirrors, front splash guards, rear roof spoiler, privacy glass, variable intermittent wipers, satin chrome roof rails, six-way manual driver’s seat adjustment, cloth seats, second-row captain’s chairs, 60/40 split-folding third-row seats with quick release strap, six-CD/MP3 stereo, auxiliary input, vehicle information display, keyless entry with pushbutton start, driver’s auto up/down window, power second-row windows, removable second-row console, wood-tone interior accents, and active front head restraints.
The SV adds 16-inch alloy wheels, fog lights, heated cloth seats, 4.3-inch colour stereo display, USB port, auto-dimming rearview mirror, front passenger auto up/down window, dual-level front centre console and conversation mirror.
The SL adds 18-inch alloy wheels, leather-wrapped steering wheel with audio controls, Bluetooth connectivity, heated mirrors with integrated turn signals, side sill extensions, power liftgate, power sliding doors, automatic headlamps, leather seats, eight-way power driver’s seat, four-way power passenger seat, driver’s side memory, third-row one-touch release seats, compass and rearview monitor.
The LE adds advanced climate control system with Plasmacluster purifier, mirror tilt-down in reverse, xenon headlamps, AroundView Monitor, third row power-return seatbacks, Bose CD/DVD/flash memory stereo with eight-inch colour display, XM satellite radio, navigation system, DVD entertainment system with 11-inch monitor, and blind sport warning system.