2011 Nissan Quest LE, On The Road
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On the road in 2011 Nissan Quest LE with Mark Elias, leftlanenews.com, and Roosevelt.
2012 Nissan Quest Review by Automotive Trends
The cat's out of the bag. We like the Nissan Quest. But before the comments flood in saying that we have sold our enthusiast soul to the transportation devil let's first examine why we like this minivan. It's good at what it does...period. Would we prefer a station wagon over this hauler of the soccer team? That goes without saying, but when it comes to upright rolling family boxes, the Nissan edges ahead.
Chrysler Town & Country review from Consumer Reports
The originators of the modern minivan are playing catch-up. This update to the Chrysler Town & Country improves the engine, interior, and handling but still ultimately falls short of the best minivans. Visit our website to see how the Chrysler Town & Country compares to the Honda Odyssey and Toyota Sienna: http://bit.ly/kgsxIr
2012 Nissan Quest minivan road trip review & drive
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The 2012 Nissan Quest 3.5 LE is Nissan's new minivan and it competes directly with the Toyota Sienna and Chrysler Town and Country to name just a few of its rivals. The new Nissan Quest seats 7 & has plenty of room to take you and your family on a cross country trip from coast to coast. We recently had the chance to explore the Oregon coast in the Quest and file this road trip review
2011 Honda Odyssey Review
A review of the 2011 Honda Odyssey from a consumers perspective. LotPro's Editor of Automotive Content, Steve Cypher test drives and reviews the new 2011 Honda Odyssey. Please visit http://www.LotProVideo.com for more information and news.
Redesigned 2011 Nissan Quest Van
Innovation for the Family
Blind Spot Warning System and automatic tilt-in-reverse outside mirrors 
Nissan Hard Drive Navigation System with 8.0" touch-screen monitor and voice recognition
DVD Entertainment System and second-row 11.0" DVD monitor with auto-brightness function
Digital Bose® audio system with 13 speakers and XM® Satellite Radio
Advanced Climate Control System with polyphenol microfilter
Driver's memory seat system and 4-way power front-passenger's seat
Power-return third-row seat
Mini Van Huge Jump!
Mark Freeman launching the mini van into space off a berm!
2011 Honda Odyssey Touring Elite Review - The Odyssey reigns supreme
Driving a vehicle around at a press introduction is one thing, but actually living with it is something else. That statement might not be more true than when reviewing a minivan.
Sure PR reps can tell you about a car's features, but in a vehicle like the all-new 2011 Honda Odyssey, where most of the gadgets are designed to be used by kids or at least with kids, actually experiencing what is available is nearly impossible without a full-on family test.
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2012 Toyota Sienna Test Drive & Van Review
http://www.autobytel.com/toyota/sienna/2012/ Trucks are good at hauling stuff, sports cars are good at hauling buns, and minivans are good at hauling people. The 2012 Toyota Sienna is one of the most popular minivans on the market today. Minivans are definitely not known for their good looks but Toyota managed to inject a bit of sportiness into the design of the Sienna. Up front the Sienna gets the updated signature grill and fog lights that can be found on other popular Toyota vehicles like the Camry. The 18-inch alloy wheels are also a nice touch. Base price for the 2012 Toyota Sienna is $25,060 and the highest trim level packed with all the features and options you can image costs $40,570. But there are a total of 12 different trims that will meet the needs of most.
The 2012 Toyota Sienna comes with a choice of two engine sizes. The first is a 2.7 liter 4-cylinder engine that produces 187 horsepower and 186 lb-ft. of torque. Fuel economy for this engine is 19 MPG in the city and 24 MPG on the highway. There is a second larger engine offered. This 3.5 liter V-6 engine makes 266 horsepower and 245 lb-ft. of torque. Fuel economy is actually better than the 4-cylinder at 18 MPG in the city and 25 MPG on the highway. This begs the question of why even bother buying the 4-cylinder?
Unlike SUVs that try to cram a third row in; minivans are designed from the start with passenger comfort in mind. The 2012 Toyota Sienna has plenty of room for passengers both in the second and third rows. Out back the recessed cargo area adds a lot of room and with the seats folded flat and stowed there is a ton more available cargo volume. A great feature on the Toyota Sienna minivan is the large TV screen with wireless headphones.
Toyota has managed to build an impressive minivan. The Sienna rides like a dream and handles bumps with ease. On the inside the passengers are comfortable and the many different seating configurations really add utility to the vehicle. On the outside; Toyota added a bit of aggressiveness which makes the Sienna stand out from the rest of the pack. You are not going to go wrong by picking the 2012 Toyota Sienna as your minivan.
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