Nissan has disclosed pricing details for the 2015MY Quest commercialized in United States.

Nissan has disclosed pricing details for the 2015MY Quest commercialized in United States.

The people carrier described as being "boldly styled" by Nissan has reached 2015 model year and carries a starting price of $26,530 (excluding $885 destination & handling). Nissan implemented some minor updates such as the revised D-Step Shift logic of the Xtronic transmission and the LE trim transformed into Platinum trim which now comes with Moving Object Detection for the standard Around View Monitor.

Moreover, the previous 4.3-inch display of the audio system has been replaced with a 5.0-inch unit while fuel economy has been boosted by 1 mpg city, 2 mpg highway and 1 mpg combined which means the 2015 Nissan Quest returns 20 / 27 / 22. All versions are powered by a V6 3.5-liter engine developing 260 bhp (194 kW) and 240 lb-ft (325 Nm) delivered through the aforementioned Xtronic 'box.

On top of the S, SV ($30,280), SL ($34,060) and Platinum ($43,180) grades, clients can configure their 2015 Nissan Quest with optional packages such as Bose Package, DVD Entertainment System, Leather Package, Roof Rails and Dual Opening Glass Moonroof. Regardless of selected trim, all versions come with four-wheel independent suspension, four-wheel disc brakes and speed-sensitive power steering.

Check out the press release for additional information.

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