If you dont want to go wrong with a minivan, get the honda. If you want absolute versatility and value, get the toyota. If you want to drive around town in STYLE and have the PERFORMANCE to boot, the Nissan Quest outdoes everyone. Lots of compliments from strangers on looks. Love the V6-240 vroom as I pull into HWY uphill. Own 1997 grand caravan and 2003 caravan and way too weak for me. Power steering easier on dodges, quest hard to steer when parking. Lots of minor build issues; seat&door recalls, inferior interior plastics, windshield washers trash, heavy wipers, etc...nothing major. Nice innovative dash, not for gramps though; but I love it-great road vision and LCD. Best spacious cargo
240HP V-6, will not absolutely buy a minivan slower. Could race civics and accords in HWY. Great sporty body style, was deciding factor. Im a young dad and appeal to stylish and performance-oriented products that has value and good price. Absolutely fell in love with skylight roof design. Reliable.
Better interior build quality: air vents fall off if turned incorrectly, some panels loose, seat and door recalls. Better steering at low (parking)speeds, my mom couldnt park this van. NO PROPRIETARY AUDIO SYSTEMS! Should be able to replace crappy factory CD player with better alpine/pioneer/sony.
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