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The Quest 3.5 S model will start at $25,990, while the SV model will begin at $31,050. The SL trim will be priced at $34,500 while the top-of-the-line LE variant starts at $42,350 – significantly more than the standard S model.
The starting MSRP of $25,990 is $1,760 lower than the previous year’s model. The SL model will now come with a DVD Entertainment System and an 11-inch DVD monitor as standard. The readjustment of the packages is Nissan’s way to help better meet customer demand for popular features and equipment. An optional leather package is also now available for the SV model for the first time.
All four models are powered by a 3.5L DOHC V6 engine with 260-hp and 240 lb-ft of torque and Nissan’s advanced Xtronic CVT transmission. Available features on the 2012 Quest include one-touch power sliding doors, fold-flat second and third row seats, Advanced Climate Control System, and standard permanent hidden storage.
The 2012 Nissan Quest has an estimated fuel economy of 19-mpg city and 24-mpg highway. The Japanese automaker is also offering a variety of lease and cash incentives on select Quest models.