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Nissan Quest 2004

Mother Proof's view

By Kristin Varela on April 4, 2004

Let me take a moment to introduce myself. I am not an automotive expert or car buff. I am a mother of two young children, and I spend my glamorous days in sweats, driving car pool and running erran... Read More's view

December 27, 2003

Minivans are pretty hard to tell apart these days, most of them following the bulbous style of Chrysler’s people movers. Even the latest minivans from Ford and Toyota tread no new ground in... Read More
Our view: 2004 Nissan Quest

October 26, 2003

Soccer moms (and dads) beware. Traditional minivan owners take another look. Nissan’s revolution continues, and it now extends to the rest of the family. Just when you thought it was safe t... Read More's view

September 7, 2003

Dependability, in a Negligee 2004 Nissan Quest 3.5 SE Yes, there is sex after minivans. At least that’s what Nissan North America hopes you’ll believe. So do Toyota Motor Corp... Read More's view

September 5, 2003

After an unprecedented string of hits, including the Altima, 350Z and Infiniti G35, Nissan takes its biggest gamble yet with the just-available 2004 Quest minivan. Sure, the Quest name is familia... Read More
The Detroit News's view

July 23, 2003

The radically redesigned 2004 Nissan Quest minivan holds out a tantalizing promise for beleaguered soccer moms and dads who often felt condemned to driving a minivan for purely practical reasons. ... Read More
The Detroit News's view

June 11, 2003

CANTON, Miss.–Nissan has a problem with Marion Cunningham, the sweet but frumpy mom on the old television sitcom, “Happy Days.” The Japanese automaker doesn’t want women lik... Read More