2009 Nissan Quest Values

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2009 model year changes

For 2009, Nissan's minivan gets only a couple of minor changes. Automatic door locks are a newly standard feature, and a new Tuscan Sun paint color joins the palette.

Competitive comparison

Distinctive styling inside and out; interior space; unique SkyView glass roof; perky powertrain

Special features for 2009

The Quest offers distinctive styling and an overall design that's unlike other minivans, which makes it a great alternative from the other mainstream models for those who don't want to drive what looks like just another mom-mobile. With the SkyView roof and rear overhead console, the Quest is an especially well-integrated package for those who plan to carry rear-seat occupants in style. The Quest is also one of the roomiest minivans, and Nissan claims that its sliding side doors have one of the largest-in-class openings for easy entry, exit and cargo loading.
Other than new automatic speed-sensing door locks, the Nissan Quest, a four-door minivan that can accommodate seven passengers, is relatively unchanged for 2009. Powered by a 3.5L V6 engine that makes 238 hp and 240 lb-ft of torque, the front-wheel-drive Quest comes with a five-speed automatic transmission as standard. EPA fuel economy estimates are good for 16 mpg city/24 mpg hwy and 19 mpg in combined driving. Nissan Quest safety equipment includes traction control, front-seat side airbags, front-seat active head restraints, full-length side curtain airbags and antilock disc brakes with brake assist. Roof-mounted SkyView window panels over the second and third rows, which create a light, airy environment, are a popular feature on the SE trim. Other notable aspects to the Quest are its roomy interior, excellent safety scores and sturdy steering and handling.