An excellent van with comfortable
seating for 7. Can fit 5 car seats. Has
great and easy handling. Drives like a
sports car. I am always offering to
drive everyone because it is so much
fun to drive! We have nicknamed it the
spaceship because of all the innovative
features. My kids like to watch movies
in it in the garage!
curtain air bags, front passenger seat
that adjusts based on weight to deploy
the airbag., so great for kids with
borderline weights. Automatic doors,
reverse beeper, radio buttons on the
steering wheel, lots of storage space!
I love my Quest. I had a Chevy Tahoe
before and found the 3rd row seat non-
functional when you have teenage boys.
They look like sardines in a can with
their knees up to their stomachs. The
only complaint that I have is that
there's no option for an 8th seat. I
have 6 boys, 4 of which are teenagers.
It's a good thing that the oldest has
his own car and seldom wanted to ride
Defininatly the drop down trunk area
and the automatic trunk opening and
Make an optional 8th seat for larger
families. It would be nice to ride
2004 Nissan Quest 3.5 SE 4dr Minivan (3.5L 6cyl 5A)
Great vehicle for running from sport to
sport as well as loading up for
vacation and trips to grandma's. 240
hp V6 is very "peppy" for a minivan.
Suspension is solid and four wheel disc
gives execellent stopping power.
Center mount dash and gauges were odd
at first but now work well. Moon roof
is noisy when retracted but a nice
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