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Reintroduced in 2004 as Nissan's sole entry in the minivan market, the Quest undergoes several changes for 2007. Instrumentation has moved from a center-mounted cluster to being placed directly in front of the driver. The exterior gets a new grille, a new front fascia, revised taillights, and minor trim changes. Additional options include Bluetooth capability, a jack for plugging in your MP3, and a new in-dash six-disc CD changer.
Minivans typically concentrate on practicality, safety, and reliability. Nissan's 2007 Quest stands apart from the crowd by virtue of its looks. The Quest's 235-horsepower V6 is one of the strongest powerplants in its class, and driving dynamics are definitely better than most of its competitors.
If you are looking for a minivan with styling flair, then look no further; the 2007 Nissan Quest has arrived.
A number of design cues separate the Quest from the rest of the minivans on the market, including its long shoulder lines, new front grille, and large incorporated headlights. The interior also shows the Nissan designers' willingness to be different. Case in point is the center stack, with the easy-to-reach shift lever sprouting from the console.
Like a number of Nissan's products, the Quest has a horsepower rating that is near the top of its segment. The 235-horsepower 3.5L V6 is shared with the Maxima and Altima, and is impressive for its smoothness and torqueiness. A five-speed automatic is standard across the board. The driving experience is ahead of other minivans, with the Quest's crisper feel and smooth ride.
The base Quest comes well equipped with anti-lock brakes, traction control, speed-sensitive wipers, front and rear air conditioning, remote keyless entry, cruise control, an alarm system, and power mirrors, locks, and windows. The S trim adds power sliding doors, a power liftgate, rear park assist, and a CD changer. A dash-mounted entertainment system and a tow package are optional on both of these trims.
The SL gets 16-inch alloy wheels, heated mirrors, a power driver's seat and adjustable pedals, HomeLink, and an auto-dimming rearview mirror, among other items. The top-level SE replaces the 16-inch wheels with 17-inch alloys, and adds a host of luxury items. The popular SkyView panoramic glass-paneled roof is added, as are automatic headlights, heated seats, for lamps, overhead storage, dual-zone automatic climate control, and a Bose audio system that is one of the best found in a minivan today.
The SkyView roof can be added to the SL, as can a number of other items found standard on the SE. Both of the up-market trims can order a navigation system or tow package, and the SE can also add a two-screen entertainment system to keep back-seat riders occupied.
Vehicle Price: 25,405.00
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