2005 Nissan Quest 3.5 SE 4dr Minivan (3.5L 6cyl 5A)
We did alot of researching before making our purchase. We wanted a vehicle that was tops in passenger room (212 Cu Ft), cargo volume (150 Cu Ft, 2nd only to Chrysler w/Stow N Go) and had all the safety/convenience features. We got it. It has the most headroom and legroom of any minivan. At the time, it was the only van to have both 2nd and 3rd row fold flat seats. Huge sliding doors for easy access to 3rd row. Loved the 3-D Navigation system, not to mention that it's the only minivan to have available TWO DVD screens, one for each row. We are worried about the reliability results we've heard of late, but knock on wood (we had that added to our dash/etc) we haven't had any noteworthy problems
Double screen 2nd and 3rd row DVD player is ideal for large families who use all seating positions. While some complain of rear heat/air being noisy, it's actually just POWERFUL, which heats/cools the van very quickly. Puddle lights a great idea for night folks. Skyview roof THE BEST idea yet!
All Wheel Drive would be very useful. 2nd row power windows. Outside mirror signal lights/power folding even better. Rearview camera. Tighten turning circle (Nissan/Infiti all around problem/flaw?) Improve center counsel. 3rd row switches to control power vent windows. Hybrid/Cylider shutoff 4 econ.
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