2011 Nissan Quest Overview
After taking a year off, the all-new and totally redesigned 2011 Nissan Quest will change how you view minivans forever—even if you don’t have children.
One look and you will see for yourself how the 2011 Nissan Quest stands apart from the rest. The exterior is sleek and streamlined unlike any other minivan. A prominent chrome strip outlines the windows from the front to the back. The rear fascia incorporates an upper-lip spoiler, and then dips straight down to the rear bumper leaving the Quest without the trademark minivan bubble liftgate. The one-touch power sliding doors on both sides makes it easier for you to get in and out of the Quest. And to top those sliding side doors off, both middle windows can roll up and down—unlike most of the other minivans out there.
There are four trims available for the 2011 Nissan Quest: S, SV, SL and LE. Optional exterior features include xenon headlights, fog lights, heated side mirrors, a power liftgate, roof rack and 18-inch alloy wheels. A dual power moonroof (one over the front seats and one over the second row) allows more sunlight in for added enjoyment. Under the hood you’ll find a 260-horsepower, 3.5-liter V-6 that receives 240 pounds-feet of torque and is mated to a continuously variable transmission.
Inside the 2011 Nissan Quest, you’ll find seating for seven with two second-row captain’s chairs and three seats in the 60/40-split third row. Both the second and third row can fold flat for maximum cargo space, while a rear cargo well is able to stow items beneath the floor. The second row slides or tilts for easy access to the third row, which features a quick-release mechanism and a power return function for easy stowing and lifting.
A six-CD audio system, auxiliary input jack for your iPod, and Nissan’s Intelligent Key with push button ignition are all standard features. There are tons of other available features on non-base models, including a one-touch power liftgate, leather upholstery, premium audio system with 4.3-inch color display, Bluetooth® connectivity, USB connection port, tri-zone automatic temperature control, DVD entertainment system with 7-inch in-dash color monitor, second-row 11-inch DVD monitor, wireless headsets, 120-volt AC power outlet, Bose audio system with 13 speakers, 9.3 GB Music Box hard drive, and an XM NavTraffic navigation system.
When it comes to safety, the 2011 Nissan Quest has you and your family covered with a total of six airbags, antilock brakes, and an electronic stability control system. A blind spot warning system and rearview backup camera are optional. Nissan’s Easy Fill Tire Alert lets you know when the correct pressure has been reached.
For a sleek looking minivan that has everything you and your family could possibly need and more, the all-new 2011 Nissan Quest is ready.