The Nissan Quest is a full size seven-passenger minivan that is available in four trim levels: S, SV, SL and the top of the line LE.  All Quests are powered Nissan’s tried and true 3.5 Liter V6 that was used in everything from the 350Z sports car to the Murano CUV, making 260 HP and 240 lb-ft of torque, paired with the Japanese automaker’s own Xtronic Continuously Variable Transmission and gets 19 MPG around town and as much as 24 MPG on the highway.

All Quests come standard with third row seating as well as sliding and reclining captain’s chairs in the second row, dual sliding rear doors, a permanent rear storage well and 16 cup holders.  When the second row is folded down and the third row is folded flat, the Quest offers up 108.4 cubic feet of cargo capacity.  While creature comforts like Bluetooth hands free telephone connectivity, an in dash 8 inch color navigation display, an 11 inch widescreen flip down DVD monitor complete with inputs for popular gaming devices and AC outlets can all be had at an additional cost, while the higher end SL and LE get 18 inch wheels.

Nissan sells the base Quest S for $27,750, the SV retails for $31,050, the SL goes for $34,500 and the top of the line LE version will set you back $41,350.

A list of cars similar to the Quest includes the 2012 Honda Odyssey, 2012 Toyota Sienna and 2012 Chrysler Town and Country.

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