New and Used Nissan Quest: Prices, Photos, Reviews, Specs – The Car Connection

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The Nissan Quest is a minivan can seat seven passengers and has a take on the minivan segment. It competes with the Toyota Ford Expedition, and the Dodge the GMC Acadia and Ford explorer for interesting alternatives.

S ee our review of the Nissan Quest for pricing options, specifications, and gas mileage

Prior to the current generation, two generations of Nissan Quest were sold, each different from each in specification and size.

The first was launched in 1993 to replace the odd tall wagon. Aimed at the of the minivan market, it was powered by a 3.0-liter V-6 and four-speed automatic. that first Quest had decent space, the seating wasn’t particularly versatile to the best competitors.

A refreshed was sold from 1999 2002, which built on the van but upgraded to a 170-hp, 3.3-liter This version included rows of seating, but yet again, its space and ease of reconfiguration in comparison to the rest of the segment. with sub-par hard the interior wasn’t very but the second-generation Quest drove well, with a good and reasonably good handling.

That said, its 3.3-liter felt even as perky as its figures might suggest.

Nissan Quest

2002, when the second-generation was discontinued, a slightly different was sold as the Villager by Ford’s Mercury brand. Compared to the the Villager had a slightly upmarket and in some cases the Villager be bought with more for less money than the

After a one-year absence, returned in 2004 with a new Quest. Much larger the previous model, this one set a statement that was completely its predecessor or any other van on the market. for fashionista families, the Quest a flowing, organic exterior an even more dramatic In addition, seating was completely with three rows of given a more luxurious than that of other

A conventional instrument panel was for a plasticky setup that an oval-shaped, podlike center housing climate controls and with the shifter mounted up on the Gauges were up in the center of the panel, along with a computer screen or navigation

Although slightly less this was clearly the most minivan on the market. But the new Quest was well received. Its interior was better, as both the second and rows be made to fold into the floor.

Those seats in back that comfortable or supportive, and the one-piece third-row seat cumbersome. Safety proved to be an too; even in 2009, stability control still standard. But strengths included acceleration from the 235-hp, V-6 and smooth shifts from the automatic.

Nissan addressed but certainly not all, of the Quest’s in 2007, when it smoothed the instrument panel, brought the in front of the driver, upgraded materials, and introduced integrated for the second and third rows automatically tilted forward, folding easier.

Most revamped for the 2011 model the Quest suffers from a flexible interior, less volume, and lower fuel than most of the competition. It was over unchanged for 2012, received just minor changes for 2013, and it remains in functional features that make it a direct competitor for minivans. Its seats no longer into the floor, and they be removed, making it the least minivan on the market.

Its interior volume has fallen, it’s based on a Japanese-market called the Elgrand, and the openings of the side doors are narrower. less flexibility inside and challenging loading of children and safety seats, the current faces challenges in the family

It performs better than its however, with its 260-horsepower, V-6 and continuously variable transmission powering a smaller, lighter

The Quest lacks some found on other minivans in of infotainment features, and it’s one of the few to score less than a Top Pick award from the Institute for Highway Safety, it receives an acceptable ranking for safety. It’s packaged in a way to encourage buyers to higher levels, though for the 2013 year, a rearview camera is to the midline LE trim level. The Quest is now built in Japan.

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