2005 Nissan Quest 3.5 S 4dr Minivan (3.5L 6cyl 4A)
When I caved to the need of a mini-van (hated the SUVs), I immediately liked the Quest new style. My husband was more satisfied with the design and didn't feel like he was driving his "wife's" car. Like the oversized chairs and roominess for driver, I personally love the center console and would not have changed it!! Downside has been the tires - headache to replace with weird size and they don't wear well, and the brakes have been ridiculous!!! Overall a good purchase for our family which includes a big teenage boy and preteen girl.
Center console, backing up sensor, tire sensor gauge ... size that seems to fit a man driving - overall exterior style that is not so stuffy.
Move dvd "stuff" to rear for kids to handle themselves. Take out a few squeaks, improve paint quality and do MAJOR changes in the brake system.
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