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

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  (596) posted on 09.14.2011

It reminds me a little bit of the current Odyssey as well as the Flex - certainly better than what’s out right now. Next thing you know, there will be people in the US trying to do VIP styling on the Nissan Quest.

  (380) posted on 09.27.2010

What’s shown in this picture looks to be taking some styling cues from the Murano, with the shape of the hood and the overall shape of the head lights.

  (570) posted on 08.5.2010

Yup there still Japanese. Most all automakers are tied to other companies from around the world now days...Nissan/Renault just share technologies such as Nissan upcoming EV technology etc.

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