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Pros: ease in getting in and out of the van
Cons: no power seatshe defect in the paint that can be noticed especially on the hood.We have spent less than a thousand dollars on this van since we have had it. Everything is well maintained with 64,000 miles on it.
Pros: Smooth ride, soft shifting from gear to gear, loaded with features like dual screen dvd system, bluetooth phone, etc.
Cons: Gas millage is not that great but I think for the money that you paying and features you getting it doesn't really matter
Advice: Great Car, Buy itGreat Car. No Complains at all. Haven't had any problems since the day I bought it unlike honda. I was actually looking at 3 minivans (Toyota siena, Honda Oddesey and Nissan Quest) Siena is a great car as well especially AWD however it's a little bit pricy for me. So my choice end up ether honda or nissan. After test driving honda I thought oh my god what was that. That car spelled trouble right from the start. Went to nissan dealer and test drove the quest. At that moment my decision was made. By the way for those people who don't like dealer attitude go to carsdirect.com and buy you car through them. That's what I did. PS: I got it really cheap. Dealer wasn't even able to get close to the price that carsdirect offered me.
Pros: Styling, room, interior quality, skyroof, wireless headphones, remote entry
Cons: Gas mileage
Advice: Buy it. Get ones with lots of features, like the skyroof (We have the SE)Owned 1 year with no problems. Everything works like it's supposed to. The kids love it. Just drove 11 hours and the seats were excellent! I didn't even think about them until I got back and realized I had no discomfort at all.
Pros: Space in vehicle is great
Cons: Nissan Service has been terrible
Advice: Walk awayJust Say NO!!!! Have paid one car payment and the car has been in the shop 4x's in two months to have the driver side door fixed due to it rubbing on back of car. Nissan rep has been terrible. The dealership actually suggested I might have opened my door incorrectly. The passenger side was fixed after two attempts, but the driver side is still scratching back of car. Traded in 2004 Volvo XC90 for this car to be more practical and for the added space. Questioning now decision to go to Nissan and missing the super treatment Volvo always offered.
Pros: The pick up when entering the highway
Cons: back bumper dents...especially when they are not your fault (parking lots)
Advice: it's big...get the backup sensors in the bumper....for parkingPowerful engine........Big on comfort and room....great for long trips....Little thirsty on gas....had a problem with the passenger power window......had to have it fixed twice in a 6 month period....watch those molded back bumpers.....very ugly when dented....door latches noisy on moderate bumpy roads..glove compartment in drivers dash reflects in the windshield...small potatoes for such a nice ride
Pros: Back up camera
Cons: Captain seats frame covers
Advice: This is my second quest and I don't have compliantsYou nedd to travel in this vehicle in order to appreciated it. It is much better that SUV ans cargo more people that a car. You get more standad features than a honda and actually when you make the deal you get a better interest rate (thats money). Excellent vehicle
Pros: Automatic sliding door.
Cons: Brakes are faulty. Had them repaired quarterly since ownership.
Advice: Do not buy!Not at all happy with my new 2005 Nissan Quest. Vehicle is too low and constant quarterly repairs to brakes since ownership. The plastic pins popped off holding a plastic cover under the front of the vechicle which caused the cover to hang and scrape the road while driving. Service department were not very accommodating. Suggested I purchase additional warranty for future quarterly brake repairs and now I am having to go through abritration.