2005 Nissan Quest Consumer Review: In Quest of the Perfect Van

2005 Nissan Quest Minivan - Consumer Review

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In Quest of the Perfect Van
By Northern Driver on


2005 Nissan Quest 3.5 SL 4dr Minivan (3.5L 6cyl 5A)


Besides the 2004 Quest SL with 33,000 miles we run a 2000 Odessey and 2001 Sienna.Quest- most fun to drive (comparing their 1st year of operation) with the best combination of effortless road handling, speed, comfort and quiet,stereo. The body construction both inside & out seems less durable than others. Auto rear door hatch - great feature when carrying parcels. Unfortunately the lift device on our's just fell off. Instrument controls -too confusing (all digital with no manual click and stay buttons). The digital buttons are flush- tricky to engage-distracting. When the van is shut off the fan defaults to feet. Bracket holding adjustable pedals very dangerous-scathes toe. Hard on fuel

Best Features

Good stereo, Little road noise,middle & rear fold away seats make it very versatile, great suspension.Like instrument panel in middle,less distraction from instrument lights at night. Smooth quiet engine. Heated seats Nice colour selections.

Worst Features

Windshield washers useless. 2001 Sienna has best washers. With salt & snow winters this can be deadly. Get rid of adjustable pedals(I have size 9 shoes/forget winter boots) before a lawsuit begins. Need more touch sensitive instr. buttons. Improve gas mileage. Fix occasional creaking sliding doors.
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