Sexy is not a word normally associated with minivans. Whether that word can be used to describe the new Nissan Quest is open to discussion, but Nissan has certainly given it a good shot with the 2004 model. Fans like to point out that minivans are much more comfortable and far more practical than SUVs. But minivans have suffered from the "soccer mom" image, an image many, including soccer moms, prefer to avoid. Despite this they are still a popular category and several recently introduced models on the market are causing naysayers to rethink their views on minivans. Of all the new minivans, the Nissan Quest is arguably the most radical and therefore the one that deserves a serious look for those who want a vehicle they can be proud to own and enjoy for its various attributes. It's now the largest minivan on the market, it has the most versatility and it's one of the most fun ones to drive. We found the new Quest enjoyable to drive. It's fitted with a powerful V6 engine, taken from the 350Z sports car, and is available with a smooth five-speed automatic that would be perfectly at home in an expensive luxury car. Quest has crisp steering and feels more stable in corners than an SUV. Its radical styling carries through inside with jetliner seats, Skyview roof panels and a centrally located instrument panel. It also comes with the latest curtain-style airbags and active safety features.
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