|2014 Chrysler Town & Country||2014 Nissan Quest|
|7||Max Seating Capacity||7|
|143.8 cubic ft||Max Cargo Capacity||119.8 cubic ft|
2014 Chrysler Town & Country vs 2014 Nissan Quest
It’s difficult to unseat the Town & Country – the minivan that truly started it all in the segment. But as it celebrates its 30th anniversary, there are continually more competitors. That’s why we are taking a good look at the competition of 2014 Chrysler Town & Country vs 2014 Nissan Quest.
The Quest gets a slight edge in highway fuel economy, but the two models are even in highway driving. But when it comes to performance, the Town & Country is superior with output of 283 horsepower from its 3.6-liter V6 engine. When you are carrying the maximum capacity of seven passengers, it definitely helps to have that added power. And speaking of capacity, the Town & Country beats out the Quest in cargo capacity by a large margin. Since a big selling point on minivans is the cargo capacity, this disparity makes it tough to recommend the Nissan in the competition of 2014 Chrysler Town & Country vs 2014 Nissan Quest.
The Veteran is the Winner Again
The competition gets thicker every year, but for our money you still can’t beat the Chrysler Town & Country. It easily bested the competition in this overview of the newest version of the Town & Country vs Nissan Quest.
Obviously, when shopping for a new vehicle, doing your homework is important. That’s why we welcome consumers to come to their own conclusion by test driving the new Town & Country right here at Palmen Motors. If it doesn’t pass your test like you want it to, we will stand corrected. But if you give it a try, we can’t see any reason why you wouldn’t want to go home with the new Town & Country.