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Average User Score
4.3 ⁄ 5 stars
Based on 7 reviews
2007 Nissan Quest Overview
Overall User Score
Based on 7 reviews
Having taken some flack for its funky instrument panel that was placed above the center of the dash, rather than behind the wheel, the 2007 Nissan Quest makes amends by going back to the traditional route. The biggest change for this stylish minivan is the return of the gauge cluster behind the steering wheel, with better quality materials and a more ergonomically designed layout.
The 2007 Quest is a minivan with less boxy and more sloping lines than much of the competition. It has four trims -- base, S, SL, and SE. Each are powered by a 3.5-liter, 235-hp DOHC V6. New in 2007 is a 5-speed auto tran to replace the old 4-speed. Other additions include a third row that now folds flat into the floor, along with its headrests (you no longer have to remove these). Outside, the 2007 Quest gets some minor nips and tucks to its grille, front bumper, taillights, and some chrome highlights for the roof rack and doors.
Even base models come well loaded, with traction control, ABS, cruise control, remote entry, tire monitor, power features, central information center, and overhead console. The top-end SE features heated leather seats, memory settings, and a power passenger's seat. The SkyView sunroof option features two length-wise panels so everyone can feel the sun.
The new interior redesign of the 2007 Quest seems to have worked. Owners like the layout much better, because it's more intuitive. A unique style and lots of power are also standouts. The Nissan Quest handles smoothly, is pretty quiet, and owners love all the standard features. Roominess and overall comfort get high marks. Poor gas mileage and the lack of a split-fold option in the third row are mentioned negatively. The second row of seats folds down, but not flat.