Nissan Quest Overview
The cavernous Quest is among the most luxurious minivans on the market, with a plush and quiet interior and a smooth, compliant ride. Just don't expect sporty handling. The 3.5-liter, V6 engine feels lively, even in this big van, and returns a respectable 19 mpg overall. The two rear rows of seats can fold flat to form a convenient, flush load floor. But the Quest seats only seven at most, whereas much of the competition can seat eight. A covered cargo bay behind the third-row seat can hide luggage, an uncommon feature in a minivan. A blind-spot detection system is optional. Reliability has been average. We can no longer recommend the Quest because it scored a Poor in the IIHS small-overlap crash test.
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