3.5 S 4dr Front-wheel Drive
2008 Nissan Quest

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Engine Engine 3.5LV-6
MPG MPG 16 City / 24 Hwy
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2008 Quest Overview

The Nissan Quest features wild styling and better performance than most other minivans.Its powerful 3.5-liter V6 is a version of the same engine used in the 350Z sports car.And its smooth five-speed automatic would be perfectly at home in an expensive luxury car.With crisp steering, carlike ride and handling characteristics, and loads of useful space, the Quest is more fun to drive than most minivans and a better all-around choice for big families than a crossover SUV.

The space-age styling carries through inside with jetliner-style seats, and optional SkyView glass roof panels.A rounded pod juts out from the dash and houses the shifter and secondary controls.The cabin is comfortable and innovative.Its back seats are as roomy and comfortable as those of any minivan.And the rear cargo area is among the most useful, bested only by Chrysler's.

The Quest has a longer wheelbase than any minivan on the market today, and is as tall and long as its largest competitors.It's also one of the most versatile, with a radically arching roofline that contributes to its practicality.Its sliding doors open wide, and it boasts handy features such as a power liftgate, power rear-quarter windows, a sonar park-assist system, and overhead mood lighting.It's capable of towing up to 3500 pounds.

Nissan introduced the Quest as an all-new model for 2004.At the time, it featured a controversial interior design.Nissan changed to a more conventional interior for the 2007 model year, and also revised the front and rear exterior styling.

Changes for 2008 are relatively minor.Some option packages have been eliminated or reduced in content, but most trim levels now offer more standard equipment.Most significantly, front seat side-impact airbags are now standard on all models.The upper-mid-range 3.5 SL now comes standard with dual power sliding doors, dual-zone automatic climate control, automatic on/off headlights, and a RearView Monitor; while the top-of-the-line 3.5 SE now comes with a Bluetooth phone system and XM Satellite Radio.
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2008 Quest Overview

The Nissan Quest features wild styling and better performance than most other minivans.Its powerful 3.5-liter V6 is a version of the same engine used in the 350Z sports car.And its smooth five-speed automatic would be perfectly at home in an expensive luxury car.With crisp steering, carlike ride and handling characteristics, and loads of useful space, the Quest is more fun to drive than most minivans and a better all-around choice for big families than a crossover SUV.

The space-age styling carries through inside with jetliner-style seats, and optional SkyView glass roof panels.A rounded pod juts out from the dash and houses the shifter and secondary controls.The cabin is comfortable and innovative.Its back seats are as roomy and comfortable as those of any minivan.And the rear cargo area is among the most useful, bested only by Chrysler's.

The Quest has a longer wheelbase than any minivan on the market today, and is as tall and long as its largest competitors.It's also one of the most versatile, with a radically arching roofline that contributes to its practicality.Its sliding doors open wide, and it boasts handy features such as a power liftgate, power rear-quarter windows, a sonar park-assist system, and overhead mood lighting.It's capable of towing up to 3500 pounds.

Nissan introduced the Quest as an all-new model for 2004.At the time, it featured a controversial interior design.Nissan changed to a more conventional interior for the 2007 model year, and also revised the front and rear exterior styling.

Changes for 2008 are relatively minor.Some option packages have been eliminated or reduced in content, but most trim levels now offer more standard equipment.Most significantly, front seat side-impact airbags are now standard on all models.The upper-mid-range 3.5 SL now comes standard with dual power sliding doors, dual-zone automatic climate control, automatic on/off headlights, and a RearView Monitor; while the top-of-the-line 3.5 SE now comes with a Bluetooth phone system and XM Satellite Radio.Hide Full Review