Nissan Quest

Nissan Quest

After a series of teaser images unveiled this past summer, Nissan has finally brought out the new generation Quest at the Los Angels Auto Show. It will be offered in four well-equipped models: S, SV, SL and LE, with prices starting from $27,750.

The new generation Quest gets a new exterior design with a bold bumper, horizontal grille, and headlights. Take a look at the back of the vehicle and you’ll see rear “boomerang” taillights and tailgate finisher. Other features include full surround privacy glass, black sash molding, and chrome trim accents. The wheels spin round in a standard 16-inch or 18-inch size. The Quest exterior design is also one of the most wind-efficient, with a 0.32 Cd for the Quest S model.

The interior gets a theater-style interior layout with raised 2nd and 3rd rows. The front seating features a special “trilaminar” structure, which uses three types of cushions to distribute body pressure more evenly than traditional padding.

Under the hood there is a 3.5-liter DOHC V6 engine with 253 HP and 236 lb-ft of torque. The engine incorporates a twin Nissan Variable Induction Control System (NICS), micro finished camshaft and crankshaft surfaces, DLC (Diamond Like Carbon) coated valve lifters, resin intake manifold, forged crankshaft, digital knock control system, high capacity muffler, and lightweight aluminum block and cylinder heads.

Press release after the jump.

Ahead of its world debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show later this year, Nissan has finally given fans of the next-generation Quest minivan what they’ve all been waiting for: a full-set of photos of the vehicle in all its uncovered glory.

Surely, the past teaser photos – or photo, since it was only a single image that was released before - of the minivan certainly didn’t do a whole lot to appease the clamoring from all those die-hard soccer moms who have been waiting with baited breath for the Quest to be revealed.

Now, the speculation ceases, at least as far as what the minivan looks like. The technical details? Well, that’s a different matter altogether and Nissan is opting on keeping the figures close to its vest for the time being despite rumors going around that the minivan is supposedly going to come with a 3.7 liter V6 engine. Purely speculation, but it’s something that would be nice to hold on to until it makes its debut later this year – and subsequent production release sometime in the spring of 2011.

Source: Nissan

Nissan announced today that the next generation Quest will be available starting early 2011. The new Quest will be available with a new design and top levels of quality and reliability.

According to Nissan, Quest is the perfect vehicle for buyers needing the size, safety, functionality and comfort that a minivan has to offer, without sacrificing style or driving pleasure.

Stay tuned for more details!

UPDATE 07/12/2010: Nissan has released images of the next generation Quest. Check them out after the jump!

Nissan announced US pricing on the 2009 Quest, a model that include new automatic door locks and a new Tuscan Sun exterior paint color.

The 2009 Quest is offered in four well-equipped models: Quest 3.5, 3.5 S, 3.5 SL and 3.5 SE – each equipped with standard 235-horsepower 3.5-liter V6 engine, 5-speed automatic transmission, responsive suspension design and numerous standard safety features. Prices start at a Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price of $25,950 for the Quest 3.5; $26,650 for Quest 3.5 S; $30,550 for Quest 3.5 SL; and $35,650 for Quest 3.5 SE.

Press release after the jump.

Nissan North America, Inc. today announced pricing on the redesigned 2007 Quest minivan, which goes on sale May 19 at Nissan dealers nationwide. The Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) for the new Quest, which has undergone a major transformation with a redesigned interior, refined exterior and new features and packages, has been increased by just one percent (an average of $258), weighted between all trim levels. The 2007 Nissan Quest is available in four well-equipped models: (...)

The 2007 Nissan Quest is a mid-product-cycle redesign, improving on the original 2004 model. The new Quest emphasizes a focus on high performance, safety and quality.The 2007 Nissan Quest redesign features a new grille and front bumper fascia, chrome door handles and new combination lights. Under the hood, its standard 240-horsepower 3.5 liter V6 engine and 5-speed automatic transmission offer sedan-like power and handling.

The 2006 Nissan Quest continues to redefine the segment with its emphasis on combining car-like performance and innovative style. The Quest also ranks among the largest vehicles in the segment. Its long wheelbase, wide track and arching roofline contribute to both its sporty appearance and exceptional practicality and versatility.

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