Our experience with Nissan and its main headquarters has been very poor. Our new Quest has been in the shop 17 times since we purchased it in October of 2005. (We own a 2006 Nissan Quest.) The mileage is very poor. It averages 15-18 mpg (half of the driving is highway!). Nissan has yet to fix all of the problems (rattling door, 10 recalls, broken automatic door, driver's seat loose, sound on the radio doesn't work when it rains...etc.) Beware of Nissan's new tactic of not keeping parts in stock. This is how they save money. You can wait weeks before a part comes in and you have time to get it serviced. Nissan took the fun out of buying a new vehicle :(
Center console, back seat raised, design of seats
Side doors must open manually and easily in case automatic function does not work properly Side windows should open to give kids air/wind when it is not quite hot enough for the air conditioner Doors need improvement, the inside plastic cover pops off too easily Doors are poorly i
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