In the years after it 1993 introduction, the Nissan Quest lagged behind class leaders like the Chrysler Town and Country. That changed in 2004 when Nissan unveiled a third-generation Quest with radical styling and a plan to offer something different than the typical minivan.
After a successful five-year run, the Quest took a year off while Nissan prepared its 2011 replacement. Today's Quest has come a long way and forged its own path in the minivan market with unique styling, sizable interior space, impressive engines and lots of technological features. It's a respectable choice in the minivan segment.