LA 2010: 2011 Nissan Quest


Not to be outdone by Toyota's new "Swagger Wagon," (aka the Sienna ) Nissan has just revealed its newly redesigned Quest minivan at LA. The fourth generation Quest has a 3.5-liter 253 hp V6 mated to CVT transmission, an improved interior, and power sliding doors. It's also a big sucker, measuring in at 200.8 inches in length and an 118.1 inch wheelbase and it's able to accommodate up to seven passengers comfortably.

The power sliding doors and rear power lift-gate are also controllable with the Nissan Intelligent Key feature. There are large windows and two moonroofs, quick release fold-flat 2nd and 3rd row seats, and heated front seats that are multi adjustable. The front instrument panel can also accommodate either a 4.3 or an 8-inch display, the latter with touch screen functionality. It'll be offered in four trim levels with seven exterior colors and two interior tone options. Standard 16-inch wheels are standard and 18-inchers are optional.

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