2016 Honda Odyssey LX vs 2016 Nissan Quest S
One of the biggest, most difficult decisions drivers have to make is which vehicle will best suits the needs and meet the expectations of their entire family. Most drivers would agree that the ideal family-friendly vehicle is stocked full of all the latest safety and technology features designed to keep the entire family protected, comfortable and entertained. Minivans are one of the most popular family vehicles because they offer plenty of room for both passengers and cargo. Our team here at Garden State Honda is going to shine a light on the iconic Honda Odyssey minivan and show drivers how it stands up against the competition.
The 2016 Honda Odyssey LX is the base model and will be compared to the 2016 Nissan Quest S, which is also the base model in order to keep the comparison fair. Drivers will notice both minivans are equipped with a similar engine, which ultimately reflects on the comparable MPGs. The Odyssey is slightly more efficient on the highway, whereas the Quest is in the city. One of the main differences is the amount of space drivers will find behind the third row seats, which is much more in the Odyssey than in the Quest.
|2016 Honda Odyssey LX||2016 Nissan Quest S|
|3.5-liter V-6||Engine||3.5-liter V-6|
|38.4 cu. Ft.||Cargo Volume||25.7 cu. Ft.|
|19 city/28 hwy*||MPG||20 city/27 hwy|
|Standard||Rearview Camera||Not available|
Test drive the 2016 Honda Odyssey in Clifton, NJ
Safety is one of the most important aspects of any vehicle, and both of these minivans are full to the brim with all the latest standard safety features. The 2016 Honda Odyssey LX and the 2016 Nissan Quest S are both set standard with traction control, stability control, electronic brake distribution, brake assist and child proof rear door locks for an added sense of protection for the little ones. These minivans are also equipped with standard tire pressure monitors that offer peace-of-mind for drivers to know their tires are always properly inflated. One way the Odyssey stands out from the Quest is with an optional rear electronic parking aid with a camera, which is not available with the Quest.
There are quite a few standard comfort and convenience features that are included in both vehicles as well. These features include cruise control, steering wheel mounted controls, keyless entry and a vehicle theft deterrent system. However, aside from these features that are available on both vehicles, there are quite a few that are only standard on the Odyssey and not available with the Quest. These features include a rearview camera as well as a power driver’s seat, stereo anti-theft, seatback storage, privacy glass, automatic headlights and auto-off headlights. Drivers who choose the Odyssey will have the option of fog lights, which are not available in the Quest.
Those interested in learning more about what the 2016 Honda Odyssey has to offer are welcome to contact our team here at Garden State Honda for more information. Drivers are welcome to get behind the wheel of this family-friendly minivan by scheduling a test drive online today.
*Based on EPA ratings. Use for comparison only. Your mileage will vary depending on driving conditions, how you drive and maintain your vehicle, battery-pack age/condition (for hybrid vehicles) and other factors