After all that falls in Geneva we do not provide fully for the Hall New York, but the reality is that no longer reach the large and small developments. We have two new Scion, the new Optima / Magentis (and some other small surprise from Kia), a new version of the Hyundai Sonata, Cadillac CTS-V Sportwagon, the redesign of the Mercedes R-Class, the Infiniti QX56 and at least half a dozen releases still communicate. Nissan, however, do not expect much, so we were surprised to see the face of new quests as a teaser.
To not change, the Japanese manufacturer's interesting is releasing the picture and close the mouth, but at least have the decency to confirm that your big minivan will go on sale in early 2011. Nissan will have the opportunity to return to stand with the Toyota Sienna and Honda Odyssey, the first completely renovated and with an unprecedented level of improvement. We do not know if Quest achieve the best sales alter the arrival of a new generation, but at least Nissan had the courage to continue in the segment, so reviled in the U.S. lately. For that reason alone is worth five minutes of attention.
After the release of a single teaser photo of the all-new, next-generation Quest minivan back in April, Nissan today published a full set of images (albeit Slightly smoked out) of the full-size people carrier ahead of its world premiere at the 2010 Los Angeles Auto Show in November.
The Japanese automaker is still keeping details on the new Quest under wraps, but it is believed That the next-generation minivan with sliding rear doors will from be powered by Nissan's Venerable 3.7-liter V6 engine.
Scheduled to go on sale in the U.S. In early 2011, the new Quest will from Compete with the redesigned for the 2011MY Toyota Sienna and Honda Odyssey minivans. More photos after the break.