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FEATURES | 10 out of 10
run-flat tires are optional
SE comes with the Sky View window system
power liftgate is standard on all but the base model
TheCarConnection.com’s editors gave the 2009 Nissan Quest a top rating because of its many available features that make driving easier, including the backup camera, power-adjustable pedals, and auto headlamps. There are also a variety of wheel sizes and styles available on the Nissan Quest 2009, but the most notable of these are the run-flat tires. These types of tires "are rated to withstand 125 miles of travel at 55 mph when completely flat," as Cars.com points out.
Other available options—such as the SkyView window system, which "features four fixed glass panels over the 2nd- and 3rd-row seats," according to ConsumerGuide—are stylish and impressive. Edmunds believes these "fixed skylights over the rear seating area" give "the interior a roomier, airier feel."
Each model in the 2009 Nissan Quest’s lineup (the S, the SL, and the top-of-the-line SE) provides its own features as standard, and Motor Trend notes "power-sliding doors, auto headlamps, dual-zone temp become standard on SL." The upgraded version, the 2009 Nissan Quest SE, adds XM radio as well as more features, including a DVD entertainment system, dual-temperature controls, and a navigation system.
"A power liftgate is standard on all but the base model,” points out ConsumerGuide. Some features, such as this and the power operation available for one or both sliding doors, make life easier on the driver and the passengers of the Nissan Quest.
There are many options available on the 2009 Nissan Quest to make driving this minivan a lot more fun and comfortable.