Nissan, staring at sluggish sales, has dropped the price of next year's Quest minivan while upping the number of features and introducing a less expensive entry level model. The new model called the 3.5 will start at $23,350, almost $1000 less than last year's entry-level model. The rest of the line-up gets more standards like power sliding doors and the 3.5 SL will also get a 5-speed automatic transmission. It's still unknown if any of these moves will bring more buyers to the Quest, especially with the new Honda Odyssey on the market.
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