The 2014 Nissan Quest is a sharp-looking minivan, sporting a bold silhouette inspired by super high-speed trains. The Quest includes the latest features and superior comfort. It seats seven and provides ample cargo space for families on the go. Here’s how it stacks up next to the 2014 Chrysler Town & Country Touring.
The 2014 Quest gets 19 miles per gallon city, 22 miles per gallon combined, whereas the 2014 Town & Country gets 17 miles per gallon city, 21 miles per gallon combined.
The 2014 Quest comes standard with Intelligent Key for doors and ignition. This feature is optional on the 2014 Town and Country. The 2014 Quest also comes standard with an illuminated glove box, a feature that is not available on the 2014 Town & Country. The rear head restraints on the 2014 Quest are adjustable, but they are fixed on the 2014 Town & Country.
The 2014 Quest comes with electric power-assist steering activation, whereas the 2014 Town & Country offers traditional hydraulic power-assist steering activation. Electric power-assist steering is one of the latest smart driving technologies. It allows the car to make intelligent adjustments based on information from electric sensors in the vehicle. The 2014 Quest also has speed-sensitive steering, a feature absent in the 2014 Town & Country.
The 2014 Nissan Quest and the 2014 Chrysler Town & Country Touring come with similar warranties. However, the Nissan corrosion performance distance is unlimited, while the Chrysler taps out at 100,000 miles.
The 2014 Nissan Quest is the clear winner in this comparison. If you are looking for a stylish minivan with the latest features at an attractive price point, The Nissan Quest is the best vehicle for you and your family.