It may be impossible to make a sexy minivan, but the 2015 Nissan Quest may come closest. The eye-catching exterior style may not be everyone's favorite, but the luxurious interior looks like it was designed and built by Nissan's Infiniti luxury division, with contrast piping on the supremely comfortable seats, a sleekly styled dash, and plenty of quiet on the road. Combine that with gadgets like an available all-around-view camera, power-return 3rd-row seat and a clever hidden cargo compartment, and the Quest makes a good case on the practical side against segment leaders like the Honda Odyssey and Toyota Sienna. While it only offers seating for up to seven passengers, if that's all you need, the Quest is worth a look.
Two years in a row, across all scoring regiments, the Nissan Pathfinder takes the cake as KBB’s Best family size crossover for the price and performance. Nice and roomy, with space for seven adults this three row cub is anything but compact. The 2015 Pathfinder comes with a more advanced transmission from previous models, with d-shift or CVT transition v6. With 27 MPG this SUV goes on and off roading year round!
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