2005 Nissan Quest Consumer Review: Sports Car Ride in a Minivan

2005 Nissan Quest - Consumer Review

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By Richard Stair on


2005 Nissan Quest 3.5 S 4dr Minivan (3.5L 6cyl 4A)


I test drove all four comparible models and then chose the Nissan Quest. I liked its sporty exterior styling, the tight sporty drive (I drove a Maxima right before it), the comfort and room. I thought I might find the placement of the gauges a little strange, but actually found that their placement gives you more road visability both day and night. the comfortable ride for passengers was also a plus. While the rear seat fold up is a little heavy, its not unmanageable. I also noticed that it is the quietest ride of the four. Amazingly, the Honda was the noisiest and the least fun to drive. The plastic parts listed as cons by Edmunds are not really a negative. they are easy to maintain and are very "wearable".

Best Features

Style, and "sporty" driveability are my favorite features. Next surprizingly (to me) is the placement of the gauges. The maintenance readouts are very important, they even give you daily tire pressures; AMAZING! The radar in the rear bumper tells you when you are approaching an object; OR PERSON!

Worst Features

Maybe to have both side doors electronically controlled
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