Nissan has always strived to make their cars fun to drive, and even though it is a 3 row minivan the 2015 Quest drives smaller than it is. Take one for a test drive at Sutherlin Nissan of Orlando, FL and see for yourself. You'll find we're friendly, knowledgeable, and easy to get to from Oak Ridge, Pile Hills, and Longwood.
Kia has redesigned their Sedona minivan for 2015, but it still lacks some of the refinement of the Nissan.
Minivans are all about getting the whole family and their stuff from place to place, and the Quest has more room to do that. Official numbers give the Nissan 6 more cubic feet of passenger space inside, compared to the 172 cubic feet the Kia has. Much of this space is in the form of a roomier 3rd row seat that actual adults can sit in. The Quest has nearly 6" more legroom, plus more shoulder and headroom in the last row than the Sedona.
These 2 vans weight nearly the same and have similar sized V6 motors making nearly the same power. Nissan, however, has a continuously variable automatic transmission which allows it to have good acceleration, and impressive fuel efficiency. Comparing base models, the Quest is EPA rated at 20 mpg city 27 highway, compared to 18 city and 24 highway for the Sedona. Top of the line Sedona SX-L is rated even lower at 17 city 22 highway, while the Quest is rated the same no matter the trim.
These two minivans are priced very similarly to start, but there are a few features you get standard on the Nissan and not on the Kia, such as:
Just because you have kids and need a minivan, doesn't mean it has to drive like a school bus; the 2015 Nissan Quest drives more like a sedan. Take one for a test drive today at Sutherlin Nissan in Orlando, FL, an easy trip from Kissimmee, or Apopka.View Inventory