The 2005 Nissan Quest SE is the top-end trim in the minivan lineup, with a powerful 3.5-liter, 240-hp DOHC V6 matched to a 5-speed automatic transmission. While the other models featur...
The 2005 Nissan Quest SE is the top-end trim in the minivan lineup, with a powerful 3.5-liter, 240-hp DOHC V6 matched to a 5-speed automatic transmission. While the other models feature standard 4-wheel ABS brakes and traction control, the 2005 Quest 3.5SE adds on standard stability control, for a more sure-footed ride. Dual front airbags and side impact bags for all three rows are also included, along with a rearview camera, parking sensors, foglights, and a tire pressure monitor.
A lot of the options for the other models come standard on the 2005 Quest SE, including the combination of a power sunroof in the front and the four Skyview panels in the back. A garage opener, dual power front seats (8 and 4-way), driver's memory settings, heated leather seats, automatic climate control, power adjustable pedals, and dual power sliding doors are also part of the package. The SE also sits on bigger 17-inch alloy wheels. It's hard to believe there's much left in the way of options, but you can pay extra for a DVD player (a must-have, say Quest owners), a navigation system, second row captain's chairs, and a towing package. the V6 engine is responsible for great acceleration and passing power, and the industry-leading interior space is comfortable and well laid out, according to owners of the 2005 Quest 3.5SE.