Background, specifications, and pricing information for the 2005 Nissan Quest minivan. Includes a list of both standard and optional features for each trim level, including: the Base 2.5, the 3.5 S Special Edition, the 3.5 SL, and the 3.5 SE.
The Nissan Quest was introduced in 1993 and has always differentiated itself from other minivans with its unique styling. The newly-redesigned-for-2004 Quest continues its reputation with controversial styling and a futuristic interior. This competitively priced minivan comes standard with a powerful 3.5-liter V6 with 240-horsepower and an optional 5-speed automatic transmission. There are four different trim levels: the Base 3.5, the 3.5 S Special Edition, the 3.5 SL, and the top-of-the-line 3.5 SE. Some notable features include fold-away 2nd and 3rd row seats and roof-mounted curtain side-impact airbags. The 2005 Quest is a carryover from last year's model with no significant changes.
Base MSRP for the Base 3.5 start at $24,000 and up to $33,500 for the 3.5 SE.
With the 3.5 S Special Edition you also get:
3.5 SL adds:
3.5 SE adds:
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