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!

What do you think?
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  (302) posted on 02.15.2011

that’s what the EPA says, but I always beat the old ratings. Lifetime mpg at 150,000 miles is running 21.4. Sure would be nice if my next rig beat 30 in mixed driving. I hit 29.9 mpg once in my ’99 Quest, so it’s not an entirely unreasonable wish.

  (532) posted on 02.15.2011

I thought Nissan needed a Lobotomy when they came out with the Murano and EX/FX. Neither of them have grown on me. Then came the new Maxima. Even uglier still. Then the Juke arrived. Nissan must of had a competition for second graders for that design.

  (528) posted on 02.15.2011

Great job Nissan! Looks like a luxury car inside. Love the crisp lines, the smooth CVT Trans, and the strong VQ series V6. Add to this a positive review from Edmunds. It’s time to trade in my 2006 Odyssey.

  (619) posted on 02.15.2011

It really look like a competitive product and different , yes, as some folks have pointed out. I think Nissan could do well with it., assuming they can get the word out about the being.

  (291) posted on 05.3.2010

Pretty cool! hopefully the rest of the fan looks as good as the front. If so this will be a winner. The current gen Quest was always a little odd looking inside and out which is what really hurt its sales. This one appears to have much softer and more appealing lines.

  (808) posted on 04.5.2010

I bet it will, nissan’s engine are quite a performer. I have an experience riding on the Nissan Urvan Estate which was a full load in addition it, has a top load of about more than 100Kgs and we’re traveling uphil with a 10-25Degree incline. Still the Estate manage to speed up to 120KPh it was a 3.0 V4 Diesel Engine, Quite impressive isn’t it?

  (708) posted on 04.4.2010

Is it just me or are some modern day car brands going too far in experimentalism? because this thing (along with the juke) has gotta be the ugliest nissan I’ve ever seen (thank God I’m in Oz and wont see this on my roads)

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