For a truly innovative vehicle that is roomy enough to take the whole family around town in, and looks great too, take a look at the brand new 2012 Nissan Quest SL. There are differences between the trims and they can vary greatly between models. However, here are just some of what the latest Quest SL trim has to offer:
The SL trim
- Starts at $34,500 MSRP
- 18” aluminum alloy wheels
- Roof rack and side sill spoilers
- One touch power liftgate
- Quick Comfort Seat Heater with 8-way power driver’s seat
The Quest SL trim has the one touch power liftgate. This is a huge benefit for many people. If you are a smaller person, or have your hands full of kids, groceries etc., it can be extremely difficult to close the rear hatch. If all you have to do is press a button it can eliminate a world of hassle.
Of course, these are just some of the exciting features that Nissan provides its owners. You’ll want to see the new 2012 Nissan Quest SL in person and take it for a test drive to experience the comfort and luxury of this family vehicle. Some of the Standard features for all four trims include:
- Vehicle Dynamic Control (VDC)
- Traction Control System (TCS)
- 4-wheel Anti-Braking System (ABS)
- Brake assist
- 3.5-liter DOHC 24-valve V6 engine
- Emissions – Tier 2, Bin 5
- Continuously Variable Valve Timing Control System (CVTCS)
- In the front, there is an independent strut-type suspension
- In the rear is a multi-link independent suspension
The continuous variable valve timing control system allows the vehicle independent control of the intake and exhaust valves in your engine. What this means is that the engine can then “decide”, based on driving conditions, which valve to use. This allows a higher degree of engine performance benefits. This ultimately saves on wear and tear on the engine while improving fuel economy and emission levels of the car.
One of the great things about buying a Nissan is the fact that every 2012 Nissan is backed by a 36-month/36,000-mile limited vehicle coverage. That’s not all; they include a 5-year/60,000-mile limited power-train coverage. With all these features and benefits it is well worth your time to go down to a dealership, check out a 2012 Nissan Quest SL yourself and take a look at their warranty and guarantees.
There is also an option to add Security+Plus®, which covers literally hundreds of components within the vehicle in case there is a problem or malfunction with it. You have the option of purchasing this extra coverage within the first three years you have the vehicle. There is also 24-hour road side assistance provided by this agreement. Anyway you look at it this is a vehicle to take a second glance at.