We never seriously considered buying a minivan until we saw the 2012 Nissan Quest.
Finally a minivan that has styling.
the looks and feel of pure luxury like in first class all the way with creature pampered comforts of a hi-end Infiniti.
We bought the Quest SL in Pearl White a couple of weeks ago.
Drove it on vacation and have put on 1,000 miles. It honestly gets 24 mpg highway.
We got as much as 25 mpg highway driving.
Hard to get the 19 mpg city as advertised though.
We got closer to 16-17 mpg city.
However, with the comfort we experienced on the long road trip while on vacation, the trade-off in mpg is worth it.
This is a fantastic
Most stylish and eye catching mini-van on the market today.
Most comfortable front seats of any mini-van.
Beautiful front dash.
Check it out.
Love the electronic side doors and tail gate.
Love the back-up cam, dual A/C, DVD player, leather seats for 7, plenty of storage and will seat 6 adults comfortably.
Like the fact that 3rd and 2nd row seats simply fold forward when needing cargo space.
The SL comes std with 18 inch Alum wheels and roof rails.
Ours also has the storage racks.
The blue tooth when using our iPhones is too cool! (Look Mom .... no use of hands!!)
Love the gray leather interior with stitching.
Make as std the front passenger seat with electronic adjustments like the driver's seat.
Make the dual sun roof and entertainment package truly available on the SL model without having to move up to the LE and a premium price plus of $7k - $8k more.
Improve the mpg closer to the Honda Odyssey's 27mpg highway.
For a vehicle that weighs 4,500 lbs, the mpg is not bad.
But would be just about perfect if Nissan improved the mpg.
It would make this vehicle a grand slam hands down over Honda and Toyota's class leading mini-vans.
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