The 2011 model year represents an all-new generation of the Nissan Quest. It's a stylish people hauler that should spice up the competition among industry heavyweights like the Toyota Sienna, Honda Odyssey, and Chrysler Town & Country.
It may also be popular with entertainment-seeking grown-ups. We're not talking about concerts or sporting events, but rather the type of windowless entertainment facilities that require a trip to the ATM beforehand... and then another trip a few songs later. Yes, as you see above, an "Adult Entertainment" category is part of the Quest navigation system's POI database. This functionality may, in fact, be included in other Nissan and/or Infiniti products – or GPS systems from other automakers – but this is the first time we've seen it anywhere.
In any case, this proves that the 2011 Nissan Quest isn't just a capable kid-hauler – it's equally qualified for bachelor party duty. Thanks for the tip, Keith!
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[Source: Family Car Review]
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