For those of you looking for a vehicle that conveniently
accommodates a lot of passengers in a spacious and well-appointed
interior, look no further than the new 2002 Nissan Quest
passenger van. Not only will it meet and exceed your passenger
requirements, but it also features outstanding performance
and handling, plus a broad spectrum of safety standards
to keep you safe and sound.
The Nissan Quest is offered in three models this
year - Quest GXE, Quest SE, and Quest GLE - with the primary
differences lying in comforts and conveniences, as well
as some performance variations.
The Nissan Quest GXE model features air conditioning,
power front windows and door locks, flip-out rear quarter
windows, cruise control, rear seat fold-down tabletops,
tilt steering column, AM/FM stereo with cassette player,
and seating for seven passengers. The third row slides to
increase cargo capacities.
The top tow models add to the package a message center
with outside temperature display, rear cargo net, rear air
conditioning with 2nd-row controls, titanium-tinted gauges,
leather-wrapped steering wheel, and an AM/FM stereo with
cassette and CD players and 2nd-row audio controls with
two headphone jacks. The GLE is graced with exquisite leather
upholstery and wood and leather steering wheel.
The strong-looking yet refined Nissan Quest headlines
rear privacy glass, dual sliding rear doors, dual power
outside mirrors, a rear window washer/wiper, sixteen inch
aluminum alloy wheels. The upper two models add a handy
luggage rack and the outside mirrors are heated to maintain
optimum visibility in cold weather. The SE is equipped with
fog lights, and the GLE features flip-up rear-hatch glass
and automatic on/off headlights.
Boasting excellent performance and handling,
each of the Nissan Quest passenger vans is built with a
3.3-litre, SOHC, 12-valve, six-cylinder engine that produces
an impressive 170 horsepower and 200 lb-ft of torque. The
standard transmission is a responsive electronically-controlled
four-speed automatic with overdrive. Each of these front-wheel
drive vehicles is equipped with power-assisted engine-speed-sensitive
steering, and the SE features a sport-tuned suspension.
Safety and Security
In the interest of safety, every Nissan Quest
is equipped with standard safety measures such as child
seat tethers and anchors, child safety locks, front and
rear crumple zones, side impact door beams, three-point
outboard seatbelts, a passenger depowered air bag, and a
driver depowered air bag. The upper two models feature a
vehicle security system.
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