Don't buy this piece of junk unless you want to spend 2 trips a month for 2 years. I traded my Quest in for a 2005 Toyota Sieanna and couldn't be happier. Things that went wrong were: - cranks forever - loss of power annually - powered sliding door keeps reversing and still isn't fixed. - vibrations at hwy speeds - gas gauge shows empty after a fill- up twice - passenger air bag shows off even when adult sits there - replaced radio keypad twice - lights falling out of ceiling - door panels coming off - glove compartment warped - shifter replaced - radio antenna weak - headrests are too far from your head so you can get a serious whiplash if you are rear-ended.
poor poor poor reliability; poor customer service at dealer and corporate; takes 2-7 trips to dealer to fix each problem which appears every month. Enging won't start or loses power suddenly until you turn off motor and back on. Leaves you stranded and vibrations cannot be solved
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