Nissan’s Quest minivan delivers a quiet and comfortable ride that has a strong focus on interior amenities and addable options.
A comfortable ride, ample seating for seven and lots of addable options make Nissan’s Quest a veritable minivan.
The Nissan Quest delivers on spaciousness, amenities and a sleek modern look, with a smooth and comfortable drive as the mainstay.
A prime family hauler, the 2014 Nissan Quest offers seating for seven, a DVD entertainment system, and decent fuel economy.
Carried over for 2013, the Nissan Quest is a seven passenger mini-van powered by a 3.5-liter V6 engine that produces 260 hp and 240 lb-ft of torque.
A seven passenger mini-van, the 2012 Nissan Quest offers a 13-speaker audio system, wireless headsets, and a DVD entertainment system.
A seven passenger mini-van, the 2011 Nissan Quest combines utility and entertainment, making it a well-rounded family vehicle.
Spacious and safe, the 2009 Nissan Quest is a four-door minivan that carries seven passengers plus cargo comfortably.
The 2008 Nissan Quest is a stylish minivan that offers seating for up to seven passengers as well as front and rear climate control.
A seven-passenger minivan, the 2007 Nissan Quest has been stylishly updated to give this people mover a sporty look.
A seven-passenger minivan, the 2006 Nissan Quest has a 240 hp V6 to keep things sporty behind the wheel while offering a lot of great standard safety features.
The 2005 Nissan Quest is a stylish minivan with optional seating for up to seven passengers and a 240 hp 3.5L V6 under the hood.
The 2004 Nissan Quest is a stylish minivan that can seat up to seven passengers and it is available with optional dual power-sliding doors.
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While the Quest by Nissan came out of 1998 relatively unchanged from the previous year, 1998 saw a complete redesign from top to bottom with a new style inside and out and a more powerful engine. Subtle updates to trims earmarked the 2000 body year, with new alloy wheels, new front and rear styling and major shuffling of optional packages taking place for 2001. In lieu of the anticipated dissolution of the Quest, 2002 saw minor changes. Following a two-year hiatus, the 2004 Quest was back by popular demand, offering a completely new body style, a more powerful V6 engine and a host of amenities.
2005 saw the addition of satellite radio and a theft deterrent system made standard across all trim levels. The 2006 Quest as well as the 2007 saw the interior refined, including new gauges and controls, and a new center stack design with optional Bluetooth integration. The Quest would coast through 2008 and 2009 unchanged, taking a hiatus once again for 2010. In 2011, Nissan would release a brand new Quest, complete with a new laundry list of standard features that included plenty of addable options. From 2012-2013, the Quest would only receive subtle equipment updates.