Monday, October 1, 2007

2008 Nissan Quest Review

The 2008 Nissan Quest mini van comes in four trim levels: 3.5 ($24,350), 2.5 S ($25,650), 2.5 SL ($27,500), and 3.5 SE ($33,900). All are powered by a 235 hp, 3.5 liter, 24-valve V6 with overdrive, and come with a five-speed automatic transmission. All models are front engine/front-wheel drive with four-wheel vented disk brakes and come standard with an anti-lock braking system as well as an electronic brake distribution system. Estimated fuel efficiency is 18 mpg city and 25 highway on a 20 gallon fuel tank.

Interior passenger volume on the Quest is 211.3 cubic feet. Cargo capacity with all seats in the user position is 32.3; with the third row folded 87,7, second and third row down 145.7. Maximum towing capacity is 3,500 lbs. The Nissan Advanced Air Bag System includes dual-stage supplemental front bags with seat belt sensors and an occupant-classification system; driver and front-passenger side-impact supplemental air bags; and roof-mounted side curtain side-impact bags for outboard occupants on all rows.

The standard audio system in the 2008 Nissan Quest 3.5 is an eight-speaker AM/FM/CD unit. The 2.5 S and SL add a six-disc in-dash changer, while the SE is outfitted with a digital Bose system. All models can be equipped with a back-seat entertainment system (dual monitor on the 3.5 SE).

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