Midway Nissan is elated to be the premier venue for the Nissan Quest in Arizona. Midway Nissan is a Phoenix Nissan dealership and carries a vast inventory of Nissan Quest and top quality, high value used Nissan Quests and other cars & trucks.

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MidwayWhen consumers compare the Nissan Quest to other makes like the Toyota Sienna, Honda Odyssey and Chrysler Town & Country, the 2012 Nissan Quest shines as the most fun-to-drive. Starting with the 2011 Nissan Quest, owners found this affordable Minivan's crisp handling and lively acceleration to be reason enough to choose.

You'll enjoy the Nissan Quest minivan when you visit Midway Nissan in Phoenix

The Quest Nissan van has been in production since 1993 by the Japanese automaker. Previously rebadged by Ford as the Mercury Villager, it is currently in its fourth generation as the Nissan Quest. The 7-passenger 2011 Nissan Quest, starting at $27,750 MSRP, is available in 4 trim levels: Quest 3.5S, Quest 3.5 SV, Quest 3.5SL, and Quest 3.5LE. The Nissan Quest also comes in a variety of colors, including White Pearl, Twilight Gray, Titanium Beige, and Dark Mahogany. The 2011 Nissan Quest comes standard with one-touch power-sliding doors on both sides, which are simple to use with the Nissan Intelligent Key with Push Button Ignition, also a standard feature. Arriving standard on the SL and LE is a power rear liftgate. For larger loads, the second and third row seats have a standard quick release function that allows for the seating to fold flat, resulting in 108.4 cubic feet of cargo space. This feature is also an option on the LE models. In utilizing all rows of seats, there is 37.1 cubic feet of cargo space and a covered Permanent Rear Storage Well. With all of its features and amenities, the Nissan Quest stands head and shoulders above the competition. Midway Nissan in Midway has the best selection of all new 2011 Nissan Quest Phoenix area, so stop by today.

When the Quest van was being designed, Nissan really paid attention to the details. The split third row bench seats and standard second row captains' chairs are "theater style," thus providing a little lift to a better view. An eleven inch LCD monitor is available as part of an upgraded entertainment system that comes standard on the Quest LE models. The optional (standard on LE) Nissan Hard Drive Navigation System's 8-inch touch screen makes interacting with vehicle functions and the 9.3GB Music Box hard drive simple and easy to work with. Additionally, real-time weather and traffic information is available from XM NavTraffic and NavWeather. The passenger's comfort is reinforced with an available Dual Opening Glass Moon roof that allows passengers occupying the rear of the vehicle to partake in the same fresh air that front passengers get. The standard power windows in the sliding doors only add to the comfort level for passengers. In contrast, when it's cold outside, the front seat occupants will be appreciative of the available Quick Comfort staged heating system. In addition, a console between the second row seats is easily removed, and offers cup holders when it's installed. The SV and higher trim levels include a wide angle Conversation Mirror that folds down from the ceiling and lets the driver easily communicate with passengers in the back without taking their eyes off of the road. The SV, SL, and LE Quest also include a standard RearView Monitor to display objects behind the vehicle when backing up. Adding to the list of accolades, and a first for Nissan, the Quest also has an available Blind Spot Warning feature to assist in keeping an eye out for other vehicles that could otherwise be easily missed. Browse Midway Nissan in Midway's inventory for the very best selection of the Nissan Quest.

2012 Nissan Quest of PhoenixThe sound system in the Quest S provides an auxiliary audio input jack and in-dash 6-disc changer. The SV's top-of-the-line system encompasses a USB port and a 4.3-inch color display, as well as Bluetooth. A Bose Premium system with flash memory input, DVD/CD player, and thirteen speakers is an option for Quest SL, and is standard on Quest LE. The Bose system's XM Satellite Radio capability and dual subwoofers keep both driver and passengers entertained, and SL and LE Quests also include a USB/iPod port as a standard feature. The Quest LE model has an Advanced Climate Control System that utilizes a Grape Polyphenol filter that has auto recirculation control to trap the tiniest of particles, so small that they are not visible to the naked eye. The system scrubs odors and allergens out of the interior, and uses sensors to pick up on outside contaminants and automatically switch the system into recirculation, closing the intake to keep foul odors or exhaust from coming in. Quest also uses Plasmacluster to clean the air in the cabin. Quest SV, SL and LE use a Tri-Zone Automatic Temperature Control system, while Quest S models use a temperature control system that is controlled manually. A unique safety feature included on the Quest is the Easy Fill Tire Alert, which acts as part of the standard Tire Pressure Monitoring System. This feature alerts you when the tire has been filled to the proper pressure by a quick sound of the horn. This eliminates having to use a tire gauge that may not reflect precise accuracy. Other optional features, that may be standard on higher trim levels, include xenon headlights, heated side mirrors, and a roof rack. Test drive one today at Midway Nissan in Midway.

Each and every trim level of Quest is fun to drive, and easy to maneuver with a tight turning radius and unobstructed outward visibility. Nissan's VQ 3.5-liter V6 engine provides 260 hp and 240 lb/ft of torque and returns fuel economy of 19 mpg city, 24 mpg highway. Well known for its stellar performance, the V6 is sporty and responsive, and Nissan's XTronic Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) further compliments the smooth ride. Vehicle Dynamic Control stability control comes standard, as well as Traction Control, Electronic Brakeforce Distribution, and Brake Assist. Nissan also includes an Advanced Air Bag System that uses seat-mounted side-impact bags in the front seats, two-stage front airbags, and side-curtain roof-mounted airbags. According to Edmunds.com, "The redesigned 2011 Nissan Quest aims to capture a larger share of the minivan segment with more traditional styling without resorting to the safety of blandness." Midway Nissan in Midway, AZ proudly offers Nissan Quest with all-new Trim Levels and countless options.

The reasons why the Nissan Quest has earned the right to be your ultimate minivan in delightful AZ

Midway Nissan offers the Nissan Quest, a 4-door Minivan which seats 7 people suitably. The Quest weighs 4,367 pounds, is 200.8 inches long, 77.6 inches wide, 73 inches high, and the Nissan Quest's turning radius is 18.1 feet. astonishingly ample for its class, the Quest has 42.1 inches of headroom in the front, as well as 43.8 inches of legroom. In the Quest's back seat, there are 41.6 inches of headroom and 36.7 inches of legroom. Need to bring a lot of luggage on your next trip? The Quest trunk holds up to 25.7 cubic feet of your equipment. So, relax and enjoy!

Standard Nissan safety features included in the Quest are: traction control, anti-lock brakes, side airbags, driver airbags, side-impact bars, seat-belt pre-tensioners, and passenger airbags. With all of these features, the Nissan Quest is always extraordinarily rated by the IIHS and NHTSA.

2012 Nissan Quest of ArizonaThe Quest also has an abundance of comfort and convenience features including: power steering, remote locks, power windows, power mirrors, climate control, cruise control, air conditioning, power seats, an adjustable steering wheel, and more! Especially convenient are the available hands-free phone and navigation systems. Test drive the Nissan Quest in Phoenix at Midway Nissan.

Like all Nissan cars & trucks, road handling and performance are top priorities for the Quest. Passing horsepower in the base Quest is 260 hp @ 6,000 rpm, and it produces excellent torque - 240 lb-ft of torque @ 4,400 rpm foot pounds/rpm. The Quest accelerates swiftly from 0 to 60 mph in just 8.5 seconds. If you want to go fast, the Quest has a top speed of 115 miles per hour. Despite this excellent power train output, the Nissan Quest's fuel economy is rated at 19 miles per gallon in the city and 24 highway miles per gallon. With a fuel tank capacity of 20 gallons, the Quest cruising range is well above average, truly making it a performance car!

The Nissan manufacturer's warranty covers the Quest for manufacturing defects and has a 3 Years / 36,000 miles Nissan warranty. Nissan has worked for years to minimize its environmental impact, and the Quest's carbon footprint is rated very low. Not surprisingly, with all of these Quest advantages, this great Nissan Minivan retains a high percentage of its value at 3 years and 36,000 miles, which makes the Nissan Quest a great used buy!

When seeking a safe, economical, sporty and stylish Minivan, Midway consumers should head to the Nissan dealer of choice, Midway Nissan at 9151 W Bell Rd in Midway AZ.

Nissan Quest service information for Phoenix

Nissan Quest owners and lessees in Phoenix have found that Midway Nissan at 2209 W Bell Rd in Phoenix is the very best choice for Quest warranty work, regular maintenance & inspections, and mechanical repairs. At Midway Nissan, Certified Nissan Technicians trained in the very latest diagnostic and corrective techniques work for only one thing - your complete satisfaction. Whether it's time for your Nissan to have an oil change or tire rotation, or if you need regular Quest Scheduled Maintenance, Midway Nissan is your first choice. Wheel alignments are another specialty of our Certified Nissan Techs, and here at 9151 W Bell Rd, we are the smartest choice in Phoenix for quick, courteous, and professional Nissan Service of all kinds.

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