The engine and the transmission is of
superior quality. However, the body
style and engineering seems to have a
greater scope of improvement. The
service center of Nissan is
unexpectedly less courteous and
efficient. I had the same experience
with all three service centers I
visited in Atlanta. It seems that they
try to get most from a small set of
customers since the volumes of Nissan
vehicles are not comparable to those of
Toyota and Honda.
Back massager on the driver seat,
cruise control, volume and channel
control on the steering wheel, third
seat adjustment, turn lights for
brighter side view at night etc.
The body style can be made similar or
better than Odessey and Sienna.
Passanger side seat can have some of
the features of the driver side. There
is a problem with alignment for sure. I
had to change my tires three time
within 60000 miles.
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