This is our second Quest and I believe
this is the best van for the money.
The Toyota and Honda are priced much
higher for the same package and the
touted resale value of both is more lip
service than reality. We had a 1997
Quest and we were very happy with the
resale value. The only problem is that
our 8 year-old has a hard time getting
into the back seat with two infant
seats in the captain's chairs.
drives, feels, and parks like a car.
The ability to move one of the front
seats to a middle position. Plus,
split removable rear seat.
We love our Nissan Quest, we have
driven the Windstar, Caravan, MPV,
Montana, Cienna, and Odyssey and found
that with all the features we wanted
and for reliability, nothing compared
to the price/performance of the Quest.
We can take my parents, us and our
three children and everyone is plenty
comfortable. We love the rear deck
shelf with net for carrying groceries.
Our kids love the family entertainment
system. Engine performance is good.
Check the features you get with this
vehicle for the price, I'm sure you
won't be disappointed!
Sport suspension, flip down screen with
VCR, Memory seating, great sounding
stereo, Tinted windows, running boards,
Auto dim mirror, and comfortable seats.
Better fuel economy, slightly larger
rear cargo section, fully removable
rear seat, and a few more horses under