Never had any problems with this van. Had Ford, Chevy and Dodge vans and this is by far superior in low maintenance costs. I have only had to do brakes, tires, oil changes and 30,000, 60,000 and 90,000 maintenance. Great for family vacations and shopping trips. Several trips to the hardware store and it will hold up to ten foot long boards and lots of bags of concrete, bark and potting soil. Drives and handles great. I also have a Frontier and am very impressed with Nissan reliability and dependability. Even with over 100,000 miles still feel comfortable with taking it on trips.
Stereo, TV, rear air conditioning and cargo space.
More comfortable drivers seat and easier removal of rear seats when making cargo space. Front tires wear out a little too fast.
My husband and I test drove several
Mini Vans when we were looking for one
and wound up with the Quest for the
comfort and handling of it. I love it!
I have always owned a Nissan and I
can't believe that we actually thought
that the Pontiac Montana was more a
If oyu want my opinion, stick with
Nissan they hold there value and are
very reliable cars.
The Sun Roof
I don't think that I would change a
thing on it.
It is GREAT
Nissan make a great van. This is my
second Quest. It has tons of room,
drives great and looks good. I have
only one complaint, the brakes. the
breakes needed doing over completely
in less than a year. I was not
impressed. Vehicle isnt cheap, I
lease, but you get what you pay for.
It is fuel efficient, has good quality,
and run very smooth compare to plymouth
voyager. It has a lot of comfort plus
you can fold the backseats to transport
bigger things as well as you can remove
the back seats.