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All-new Nissan Quest and Ellure Concept to make their Canadian debut in Toronto

Nissan announced the vehicles that will be showcased at the upcoming Canadian International Auto Show (CIAS) in Toronto. Visitors will get to see the all-new 2011 Nissan Quest and Ellure Concept for the first time in Canada.

2011 Nissan Quest (Photo: Nissan)

After a one-year sabbatical, the minivan will return to Nissan dealerships with a fully-redesigned exterior and more functionality than ever. Under the hood is a 3.5-litre V6 producing 260 horsepower through an adaptive CVT that improves mileage by 10 percent in the city and 4 percent on the highway. The seven-passenger Quest will also offer a pair of flat-folding rear benches, tri-zone climate control and one-touch power sliding doors.

Meanwhile, the Ellure Concept foreshadows Nissan's next-generation sedan, combining performance, driving excitement, cargo capacity, passenger comfort and sustainable mobility – basically everything a customer wants! The vehicle uses a hybrid powertrain and aerodynamic shapes to improve fuel economy.

Nissan Ellure Concept (Photo: Nissan)

In addition, the Japanese automaker will present the LEAF electric car, the NV 2500 commercial truck, a 370Z NISMO and a 2012 GT-R Black Edition.

The CIAS will take place from February 18 to 27, 2011 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.