2013 Nissan Quest vs Honda Odyssey

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2013 Nissan Quest vs Honda Odyssey

  1. 1. 2013 Nissan Quest vs Honda Odyssey CHERRY HILL NISSAN WWW.CHERRYHILLNISSAN.COM
  2. 2. 2013 Nissan Quest vs Honda Odyssey 2013 Nissan Quest Honda Odyssey
  3. 3. Minivans are loved by some parents as much as they're disliked by others; but in any case they're the gold standard for family utility and allaround usefulness. The Nissan Quest and Honda Odyssey are two wellregarded vans; both were new for the 2011 model year, although with this last round of redesigns the Odyssey continued its long hot streak of minivan goodness, with better gas mileage and more features, while the Quest took several steps back in size, flexibility, and functionality. Deciding factors at the showroom, for minivans, usually comes down to just a handful of factors: safety, flexibility, and features. So before you read down to the handy table below, we'll spill the beans: the Odyssey handily wins our head-to-head minivan face-off with the Quest. The Quest does have some virtues that can't be matched by the big Honda van: it's smaller and thus more friendly in an urban environment, and steers as well or better than the Odyssey. The Quest is to most eyes the best-looking of today's minivans, too, with its bulldog nose and its Flexlike greenhouse.
  4. 4. 2013 Nissan Quest
  5. 5. Flexibility is king in the minivan realm, and the Odyssey's three-row seating is much more spacious and useful than the sevenpassenger configuration in the Quest. The eight-passenger, threerow Odyssey has a third-row seat that folds flat into the floor to create a longer load space; the Quest's third row folds down but not into the floor, leaving tiered cargo spaces that can be convenient or a nuisance, depending on your needs. Neither the Odyssey or the Quest have fold-away second-row seats, but the Honda's second-row seats tilt and slide outward for more room. The Quest used to have a cabin with two rows of disappearing seats like Chrysler's minivans, which makes the new one such a letdown.
  6. 6. 2013 Nissan Quest
  7. 7. Fully trimmed, both the Quest and Odyssey easily top $40,000, a number that would make us nervous in the face of unfunded college obligations. Moderately equipped, the Odyssey still strikes us as the better buy thanks to superior safety scores and its better interior room--though if you truly want a frugal, flexible minivan with a rock-bottom price, we'd also seek out the very respectable fourcylinder Toyota Sienna or better yet, the value-packed versions of the Dodge Grand Caravan, the functionality and feature leader of all minivans, period. In addition, Honda is introducing some significant improvements and updates to a 2014 Odyssey that will be arriving at dealerships soon. The refreshed model includes blacked-out grille trim, new LED lamps, dark headlamp surrounds, and a new bright cross-bar grille. Lanedeparture warning and forward collision warning systems are also newly offered. The top-of-the-line Touring Elite model adds a new HondaVAC system—that's a powerful integrated vacuum cleaner, with nozzle accessories and a dedicated space on the driver's side of the rear cargo area.
  8. 8. Ready to find the perfect vehicle for you or your family? Come visit us and check out our selection at 2325 Route 38, Cherry Hill, New Jersey 08002 or by visiting our website or you can reach us by phone by calling (888) 449-7454. Website: www.cherryhillnissan.com

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