2008 Nissan Quest Values

With some minor changes of unparticular note this season, the 2008 Nissan Quest slides into the New Year relatively unchanged from previous iterations. The Quest is a practical minivan offered in four trims – the 3.5, the S, the SL and the SE – with a 240 horsepower 3.5-liter V6 mated to a 5-speed automatic transmission under the hood. It offers seating capacity for up to seven and a decent list of standard equipment, including front and rear air, cruise, keyless entry, a trip computer, AM/FM/CD with rear audio controls, front/side-body/side-head airbags and ABS brakes.

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Reintroduced in 2004 as Nissan's sole entry in the minivan market, the Quest undergoes few changes for 2008. On the base trim, an in-cabin filter is now standard as well as luggage roof rails. The S trim standard equipment was reshuffled a bit for 2008; rear back-up sonar is now included in the Driver's Package instead of being standard. On the SL trim, the headlights gain automatic on/off function, and audio controls are now mounted on the steering wheel, while the air conditioning system is upgraded to an automatic dual-zone setup. On the top of the line SE trim, Bluetooth is now standard equipment.

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Standout styling and flashy interior; plenty of power; long list of standard equipment.

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Minivans typically concentrate on practicality, safety, and reliability; Nissan's 2008 Quest stands apart from the crowd by virtue of its looks. The Quest's 235-horsepower V6 is one of the strongest powerplants in its class, and driving dynamics are definitely better than most of its competitors.

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