2006 Nissan Quest

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$24,150 - $33,650
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Engine Engine 3.5LV-6
MPG MPG 19 City / 26 Hwy
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2006 Quest Overview

The Nissan Quest is the minivan for people who can't bear to own a minivan.Its powerful 3.5-liter V6, the same engine used in the Nissan 350Z, outperforms any other minivan on the road.Its smooth five-speed automatic would be perfectly at home in an expensive luxury car.With crisp steering, responsive handling and good high-speed stability, the Quest is a kick to drive, something that can't be said of many minivans.

The Quest is radically styled, with looks that Buck Rogers would have admired.Its space-age styling carries through inside with jetliner-style seats, and optional Skyview glass roof panels.The centrally located instrument cluster is equally radical, often surprising shoppers the first time they sit in the driver's seat.An oval pod in the middle houses the shifter and secondary controls.The cabin is comfortable and innovative.Its back seats are roomier, more comfortable, more functional and more interesting than those in other minivans.

The Quest has a longer wheelbase, and is higher and longer than other minivans.It's also one of the most versatile, with a radically arching roofline that contributes to its practicality.Its sliding doors open wider than those on other minivans.It boasts all the latest features, including power sliding doors and a power liftgate, power rear-quarter windows, a sonar park-assist system and overhead mood lighting.With the towing package, it's capable of towing up to 3500 pounds.

Quest comes with the latest in safety features, including curtain airbags for all three rows (for head protection), the required frontal airbags, active head restraints, electronic stability control (VDC), traction control (TCS), and anti-lock brakes (ABS) with electronic brake-force distribution (EBD) and Brake Assist, plus a tire-pressure monitor.Side-impact airbags (for torso protection) are optional.

Nissan introduced the Quest as an all-new model for 2004.There are no significant changes for 2006, though new options and improved quality add to its value.
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2006 Quest Overview

The Nissan Quest is the minivan for people who can't bear to own a minivan.Its powerful 3.5-liter V6, the same engine used in the Nissan 350Z, outperforms any other minivan on the road.Its smooth five-speed automatic would be perfectly at home in an expensive luxury car.With crisp steering, responsive handling and good high-speed stability, the Quest is a kick to drive, something that can't be said of many minivans.

The Quest is radically styled, with looks that Buck Rogers would have admired.Its space-age styling carries through inside with jetliner-style seats, and optional Skyview glass roof panels.The centrally located instrument cluster is equally radical, often surprising shoppers the first time they sit in the driver's seat.An oval pod in the middle houses the shifter and secondary controls.The cabin is comfortable and innovative.Its back seats are roomier, more comfortable, more functional and more interesting than those in other minivans.

The Quest has a longer wheelbase, and is higher and longer than other minivans.It's also one of the most versatile, with a radically arching roofline that contributes to its practicality.Its sliding doors open wider than those on other minivans.It boasts all the latest features, including power sliding doors and a power liftgate, power rear-quarter windows, a sonar park-assist system and overhead mood lighting.With the towing package, it's capable of towing up to 3500 pounds.

Quest comes with the latest in safety features, including curtain airbags for all three rows (for head protection), the required frontal airbags, active head restraints, electronic stability control (VDC), traction control (TCS), and anti-lock brakes (ABS) with electronic brake-force distribution (EBD) and Brake Assist, plus a tire-pressure monitor.Side-impact airbags (for torso protection) are optional.

Nissan introduced the Quest as an all-new model for 2004.There are no significant changes for 2006, though new options and improved quality add to its value.Hide Full Review