2015 Nissan Quest vs. 2015 Honda Odyssey
News for Drivers Shopping for a 2015 Nissan Quest in Eastern Kentucky, Southern Ohio, or West Virginia…
Families shopping for a new minivan around the Tri-State area have a tough decision ahead of them, and the 2015 Nissan Quest is just one of the options available. But it’s an option worth looking at, as Nissan has made higher trim levels of the Quest more competitive in recent years, but unless you’re willing to upgrade, many competing models will best the Quest on features. And even if you are going to upgrade the Quest, you may be better off with another model; the Quest’s standard features are limited to cruise control, power accessories, and keyless entry, and its cargo area only opens up to 108 cubic feet, which is much less than many competing minivans.
When you look at the competition, vehicles like the 2015 Honda Odyssey, we think it’s clear that the Quest has a long way to go before Eastern Kentucky, Southern Ohio, and West Virginia families add it to their garages. Standard amenities on the Odyssey include a rearview camera, an 8-way power-adjustable driver’s seat, an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system, a rearview camera, and more. Honda’s minivan offers up to 148.5 cubic feet of cargo storage, and the 2015 Odyssey earns an EPA-estimated 28 highway mpg* to the Quest’s 27 highway mpg,letting Honda’s minivan take the lead in features, fuel economy, and space.
See a thorough comparison of the features below, then stop by a Tri-State Honda Dealer and let us show you the 2015 Odyssey in person.