|Front Legroom:||42.1 in.||39.7 in.|
|#REF!||43.8 in.||40.9 in.|
|Rear Headroom:||41.6 in.||39.5 in.|
|Interior Space:||214 cu.ft.||211 cu. ft.|
|Fuel Efficiency:||20/27 mpg (city/hwy)||19/28 mpg (city/hwy)|
2015 Nissan Quest vs Honda Odyssey
At Sutherlin Nissan Mall of Georgia in Buford, GA, we know that minivans offer you with unparalleled levels of usability and versatility. They’re the perfect do-it-all vehicles on the market today and we have one of the best minivans on the road today at our dealership – the 2015 Nissan Quest. Sutherlin Nissan Mall of Georgia proudly serves Atlanta, GA with the best selection of new Nissans in stock. If you’re looking for a vehicle to seat seven passengers in comfort, visit our award-winning dealership at 3520 Highway 20 and take the new Quest for a spin.
There’s a lot of strong competition in the minivan segment, so let’s see how the 2015 Nissan Quest copes against the Honda Odyssey.
Minivans are the perfect vehicle for a variety of lifestyles. They offer you with a stylish exterior, spacious interior and the latest safety features, but they’re also very expensive. At Sutherlin Nissan Mall of Georgia, we want you to get into a vehicle that fits all of your needs, but doesn’t cost you an arm and a leg. The new Quest starts at $26,530, while the Odyssey has a MSRP of $28,975. That’s a savings of $2,445 in favor of the Quest.
Minivans have always been known to offer its occupants with a lot of space. However, when comparing these two vehicles, the Quest offers more interior space than the Odyssey. The Quest has an interior volume of 214 cu.ft., while the Odyssey offers you with 211 cu. ft. of interior space. The extra space in the Quest also equates to more front headroom, front legroom and rear headroom over the Odyssey. If you value having extra space in a car, then the Quest is the minivan for you.
Available Engine and Fuel Economy
Now we know that you’re getting into a minivan for reasons other than the vehicle’s performance. But we believe that driving a minivan doesn’t have to be boring. The Quest’s 3.5L V6 produces 260 hp and is mated to a CVT transmission, which aids the minivan in getting 20/27 mpg (city/hwy). The Odyssey’s 3.5L V6 makes 248 hp and with the help of its six-speed automatic transmission can get 19/28 mpg (city/hwy).
With an extra 12 hp on tap, you can shock your passengers with the Quest’s powerful engine and good fuel economy.
As a package, minivans offer you with everything you could ever need out of a vehicle. At Sutherlin Nissan Mall of Georgia in Buford, GA, we’re delighted to offer the 2015 Nissan Quest at our dealership. With its powerful engine, extra interior space and affordable price point, the Quest is a better option than the Odyssey.