2006 Nissan Quest 3.5 S Special Edition 4dr Minivan (3.5L 6cyl 4A)
Never thought we would own a mini van! We looked at large suvs as we needed room for 6,(two pre-teens and two teenagers), and after price shopping, comparing mileage, room, functions and options-this was the best choice all around. We got many upgrades that we wouln't have in a suv. Handles smooth and quiet, sleek "buzz-lightyear design" and teenager approved-dvd player, wireless headphones,and legroom! The Quest doesn't have the boxy feel or look of a traditional mini-van, and coming from long time owners of suv's, we were hesitant to even test drive one, but once we did, we were sold! Unlike other mini-vans, you actually have room for duffel bags and suitcases even with a load of passsengers
rear sonar backup warning, instrument dash, plenty of storage cubbies, plastic grocery bag hooks,auto rear hatch and side door release, entertainment pkg,seating capacity,capts. chairs, exterior look, rear view, hal. lights, sound system, and 3rd row stadium seating
change lighting on display panel to indigo blue, include 4 wireless headphones instead of two.Have factory installed running board lights on all. Would also have liked auto door locks engaged when in drive.
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