2004 Nissan Quest

The 2004 Nissan Quest is newly designed after a three year hiatus (the 2001 model was the last one offered.) The Quest now stands as the longest minivan on the market.

Previously a twin of Mercury's Villager, the new Quest is now strictly a Nissan model and is available in S, SL and SE trims. All Quests use a V6 engine with 240 horsepower. Seven passengers can fit inside and dual sliding side doors are said to open wider than any other minivan.

Other new features for 2004:

1. Standard features: Anti-lock braking system, traction control, head-protecting curtain-side airbags for all rows.

2. Second row bucket seats that fold toward the floor and a third row bench that folds into the floor.

3. Sunroof, Nissan's Skyview roof, rear-obstacle detection, rear DVD system with one or two screens available.

4. Heated front seats, leather upholstery and navigation system are offered.

Click the following links to find out more about the 2004 Nissan Quest and get a free, no obligation price quote from a dealer right in your neighborhood.

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