Year and a half later with the Quest
By sheggaw on
Vehicle2007 Nissan Quest 3.5 S 4dr Minivan (3.5L 6cyl 5A)
ReviewWe traded in a European luxury sedan for the Quest, an appropriate car for a growing family. Both me and my wife drive the van and it takes time to get used to it but once you get over the gas pedal softness, it becomes comfortable. Has ample power and gets OK gas mileage. Some of the materials they used to make the car are cheap and breakable. The only problem so far is the tire pressure sensor. Knowing that there are problems with the sensor by reading similar reviews, it seems like Nissan should have a recall for it. It accommodates 7 comfortably. From the outside, it is better designed than that the other box vans that you see on the road. The kids love it because of the ample space.
Best FeaturesEngine response, Captain seats in the middle row, Power lift gate and side door, In dash 6 CD Changer with MP3 player input. Excellent driver point of view. Ample space in terms of leg room and head room.
Worst FeaturesAwful driver and passenger seats make long drives uncomfortable, head rest is so far off and cannot be bent forward for head support. Center console is useless makes all kinds of squeaky noise. Tire sensors need to be eliminated all in all or a recall for a fix is needed. Improve quality of material
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