2004 Nissan Quest 3.5 SE 4dr Minivan (3.5L 6cyl 5A)
Driving this van has been a pleasure and while its capacity is that of a soccer van, the image is simply not there. It drives smoothly, accelerates well, and handles corners. Nissan has handled the expected recalls of that of a new design quite well and our family is quite happy with it.
Favorite features include the design (obviously), the large "trunk" area and plenty of ceiling room. Additionally, FOUR of the seats are that of the driver and are quite comfortable.
Assembly quality has been an issue with rubber trimming coming off, poorly glued side panels, opening side doors in extreme weather (over 100 degrees and below -20) despite recall "fixes". The body noise could be improved as well as the steering shaking (even when aligned).
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