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The 2011 Nissan Quest scores near the bottom of the minivan ranks for gas mileage.
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The Quest lags nearly all its competition, when it comes to fuel economy.

 

The 2011 Quest is rated at 18/24 mpg in all versions. That ties it with the Toyota Sienna for the lowest highway fuel economy numbers of any front-drive, V-6-powered minivan (the Sienna with all-wheel drive drops even lower, to 16/22 mpg).

 

The Chrysler Town & Country and Dodge Grand Caravan have lower city numbers, but earn an EPA-rated 17/25 mpg overall.

The Quest is not offered with any alternative powertrains, such as a hybrid or a diesel.

Conclusion

The 2011 Nissan Quest scores near the bottom of the minivan ranks for gas mileage.

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