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2005 Nissan Quest OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS
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Bigger then you think
With our growing family the we knew we needed a van. We went with the Nissan Quest because we found a great deal. The van is amazing. There is plenty of room to move around in the van. With low floors there is no deep bending to get around from the front to the back. When all seats are laid down to create the largest space you can fit stacks of sheet rock and 2x4's. Who needs a truck?!
Large, yet durable van
The first thing one will notice about a 2005 Nissan Quest is just how large the car is, even by standards of minivans. It provides plenty of interior space, yet the vehicle becomes a nightmare to park, especially when the spaces are condensed and tight. The car performs well and I have had very few issues with it, I am on mile 95,000 and besides routine maintenance the car still runs just fine. The seats in the back fold up to provide more items for long trips with multiple people, and leg room has never been an issue. Gas mileage is what you would expect from a mini van coming in at around 18 mpg highway. The car looks somewhat like a small shuttle, with a console radio that works just fine. My CD player broken and do not have an audio jack so am stuck listening to radio, but I feel as though this may be a singular case and that CD players may not commonly break for other Quest's. The car is comfortable to drive, and nothing is hard to find in terms of having buttons and such, there are stereo options for bass, treble, etc.. The only real drawback is the size of the car on the road, especially when you first begin driving it, particularly if you are used to driving mid sized sedans, yet once you get used to it, the car works quite nice. Although I still take some turns rather poorly and parallel parking is absolutely terrible especially on the tight roads I park on sometimes.