|By PR Newswire||
|March 20, 2014 02:17 PM EDT||
AUBURN, Wash., March 20, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Family life can get hectic. With all the hustle and bustle, parents need all the assistance they can get. Because of this, many parents in the Seattle area find themselves choosing the Nissan Quest as their vehicle. The Quest offers the passenger room and cargo capacity that families need. And the best part about it might be the versatility, as the available space is easily customizable.
The professionals at Nissan of Auburn have been setting customers up with the Quest for years. But the 2014 Quest has been the edition receiving the most attention since it reached the dealership. Beyond the space for passengers and cargo, the new Nissan minivan gets up to 25 mpg on the highway while also offering output of 260 horsepower.
Seven passengers can comfortably sit in the new Quest. But if it is cargo, not passengers, that is being transported, the van can adjust to offer up to 119.8 cubic feet of cargo space. Even with the second row seat in place, the rear of the vehicle is easily accessible because the seat easily slides and tilts. There are even extra cargo areas that are revealed underneath the main floor panels.
While all of these features are great, no family is going to buy a minivan if it isn't safe. Lucky for them, the Quest is equipped with some serious safety features, including six standard air bags and even additional roof and side air bags. Technology like advanced braking and traction features allow the Quest to be even safer for riders.
The professionals at Nissan of Auburn welcome consumers over to the dealership to see the Quest and try it out in person. To contact them, call 877-500-6185 or visit the website at www.nissanofauburn.com.
Media Contact: Dara Moore, Nissan of Auburn, 877-500-6185, [email protected]
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