2006 Nissan Quest 3.5 SE 4dr Minivan (3.5L 6cyl 5A)
My wife has had the vehicle for about a couple of weeks and I must admit that it is pretty decent for a minivan. The interior design takes about a week to get used to, but it's not bad at all. If you have kids (which you should if you get a minivan) then definitely look at getting the DVD system. It's a definite sanity-saver. Build quality has been great - with no obvious defects. It's only been 2 weeks, but everything as is promised. If you're looking for a minivan that won't plummet in value like the domestics do, the Nissan Quest is a good option. It holds its value almost as well as the Toyota or Honda, but it cost less with the same features.
DVD system - especially the ability to give the kids wireless headphones to listen to movies while we listen to the radio in front.
Cup-holders for the front seat. There are only two and they are located on the base of the driver's seat. There has to be a way to get some cup-holders on the massive center console.
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