2005 Nissan Quest 3.5 SE 4dr Minivan (3.5L 6cyl 5A)
Very nice van to drive that is
relatively quiet. It does not feel as
heavy and bulky as it really is.
Fantastic acceleration, solid braking
(althought soft pedal), and reasonable
cornering ability. The kids love the
dual screen DVD (I love the sound of
silence that eminates from the rear).
The Navigational System is wonderful.
The center console design is really nice
when the van is equipped with a Nav.
system. Everything is right there in
the center and your eyes track to the
same area for speed and direction versus
down for speed and over for direction.
The AC and fan controls are right there
also within easy reach. Passenger door
ticking appeared at 500 miles (fixed).
Dual DVD with front radio, Navigational
system, dual media playback (allows me
to listen to radio/cd while rear watches
DVD). Clean, uncluttered design both
inside and out. Center console is easy
to use and makes sense when you have a
True dual DVD system that allows two
movies playing at same time or one movie
on both screens. Improve fuel economy
(at 1900 miles I am getting 16 MPG
city/hwy and 18-21 MPG straight
hwy...regardless of gas grade). Covered
DVD storage area would be nice.
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