Importing Quest vans into China is a quick way for Nissan to make a presence in this potentially explosive automobile market. The Quest minivan is built in Canton, Mississippi, is modified for the Chinese market. Slight changes are made to the exterior lighting, including corner lights on the front fenders, rear fog lights, and clear taillights. The biggest change is some strengthening to the structure, including changes to the rear corners and A-pillars to help the vehicle withstand the rugged Chinese countryside. While the sales volumes are expected to be low, the Quest will be expensive in China with the currency differences between the yuan and dollar.
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