Minivans in the U.S. are mostly used to haul kids and run errands to the groceries and hardware stores.
We use it to haul adults and friends to parties on weekends.
All I have to say the Quest is an awesome van because it's 100% made in Japan next to the Nissan Elgrand E52!
No other Japanese vans in North America are JDM like the Quest.
Like everyone said, the build quality is rock solid and very Infiniti like.
I just slapped on a set of 20'' rims with TEIN coilovers.
It looks good and handles like a sport wagon.
No more "trampolines" feeling on the highway and body rolls are reduced greatly.
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Automatic fold down rear screen; two captain chairs in the center row; remote control on both rear sliding doors even when the engine is on
The back up camera is not enough!
Bring the 360 degrees view cameras like the Elgrand over to North America, Nissan!
-Power folding mirrors
-Lounge Chairs (front passenger & 2nd row) like the Elgrand!
-The output on the taillights are too weak.
Only 1 bulb to share the brake and running light.
Lastly, make it look more handome like the Elgrand.
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