Nissan has unveiled today in LA their new MPV – the new 2011 Nissan Quest.
The styling of the 2011 Nissan Quest should at least generate second glances from minivan consumers, with blacked-out D-pillars that recall the Ford Flex, this segment’s unofficial competitor.
The new 2011 Nissan Quest is powered by the 3.5-liter DOHC V6 engine developing 253 hp and 236 lb-ft of torque, which is coupled with the Xtronic CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission) with Adaptive Shift Control (ASC).
With its long 118.1-inch wheelbase and 200.8-inch overall length, Quest offers both a roomy interior and a highly maneuverable overall size.
Inside, the 2011 Nissan Quest is designed for flexibility and functionality. The driver’s seat is a 6-way manual adjustment design for S and SV models, and 8-way power-adjustable for SL and LE trim levels. The passenger seat is 4-way adjustable on S, SV, and SL and 4-way power on LE. Rich cloth seat fabric is standard on S and SV, while leather-appointed seats are standard on SL and LE models. Quest LE also features a 2-driver memory and auto entry/exit system.
Quest’s wide instrument panel includes a 4.3-inch color audio display on SV and SL models, with an 8-inch touch screen display for LE models with the standard Nissan Navigation System. The hard drive-based navigation system includes a user-friendly graphic interface, menu structure and intelligent search capabilities, a 9.3GB Music Box® hard drive, XM NavTraffic® Real-Time Traffic Information, XM NavWeather™ (XM® subscription required, sold separately) and Zagat Survey® Restaurant Guide.
The 2011 Nissan Quest shows a completely re-designed front fascia, with new headlamps, front grille, fog lights.