2016 Nissan Quest vs 2016 Toyota Sienna
When it comes time to haul it all, be it passengers, pets, instruments, art projects, suitcases, sports equipment or whatever else life throws at you, clamber aboard the sliding door sanctuary of a minivan. Now of course a minivan isn’t as glamorous as whipping around in a Ferrari, but when it comes to being a practical, comfortable, and still stylish ride, you’ll find right choice in the 2016 Nissan Quest vs 2016 Toyota Sienna comparison.
There are plenty of families throughout the suburbs of Chicago and in Glendale Heights alone, and we know a safe, affordable, efficient, and comfortable ride is just the start to your search for your next new vehicle.
Powered by a 3.5L V6 engine, the 2016 Nissan Quest turns out 260 horsepower and manages a modest fuel economy rating of 20 city/27 hwy mpg. Toyota’s “original swagger wagon” comes up shy with a rating of 18 city/ 25 mpg. For families looking for a family hauler that also has the muscle to bring along a boat, ATVs, or a trailer, both minivans are able to tow up to 3,500 lbs when properly equipped.
|2016 Nissan Quest||vs||2016 Toyota Sienna|
|Yes||One Touch Dual Power Sliding Doors||Yes|
|20 city/27 hwy mpg||Fuel Economy Rating||18 city/25 hwy mpg|
|Yes||Available Dual Moonroof||Yes|
2016 Nissan Quest: Ride in Style, Inside and Out
Realistically and statistically, not many drivers have the need to accommodate eight passengers. Nissan has instead made comfort and convenience a top priority by turning the tables and thinking like a parent and a kid. The available 11-inch DVD entertainment with gaming inputs and Bose audio system can keep kids ages 2 to 102 entertained for miles to come. The staggered seat heights help to transform the Quest’s cabin into a movie theater helping everyone to see and hear what is on the screen better.
It’s the little ingenuities that make the Nissan Quest stand alone, like the Around View Monitor to help with parking and reversing, or the Air Purifier Tri-zone Automatic Temperature Control. And for those days you have a couple of backpacks slung over your shoulder, a school art project balanced on one forearm and the dog’s leash in your somewhat free hand, tap the button on the door handle or lifgate to unlock so long as the Intelligent Key is in your pocket or purse.
Flexible third row seating in both the Nissan Quest and Toyota Sienna help to increase and create simplified storage solutions. Learn more about the comfort and convenience features of the 2016 Nissan Quest at Glendale Nissan. Take it for a test drive and experience the quiet cabin, and fatigue-reducing seats first hand.