2004 Nissan Quest

The new may not be the biggest minivan on the market, but the Quest has many features that distinguish it in a crowded segment. The exterior styling attempts to downplay the minivan shape, while the interior has an optional leather seating package that looks suspiciously French. Aside from the now obligatory folding third-row seat, the Quest adds a folding second row which provides an almost flat floor. The Quest’s most striking feature is the “skyview” four pane glass roof that showers occupants with light. Power comes from the Altima‘s 3.5 liter V-6, which will deliver less horsepower, but more torque.

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17 City / 24 Hwy

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Cargo (Std/Max):

33 / 149 cu. ft.