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A really Strong Minivan Choice by TRIEG on 03/27/2013. Trim: 2013 Nissan Quest SL, Owned less than 1 year.
Pros: Smooth ride, luxurious interior with seats that are long haul comfortable. Features are quite good for the price and the materials are a step above the current Sienna and Odyssey. The push button side doors and the proximity key are very useful features.
Cons: Mileage is so so but no worse than our 2008 Sienna
Overall review: This is a great choice
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a Van that looks exactly like a Van! by Joe Vancouver BC on 10/31/2013. Trim: 2013 Nissan Quest S, Owned less than 1 year.
Pros: Styling, bold and confident, a very distinctive JDM look. Made in Japan. sliding doors when fully opened does not extend outwards too much like my previous Odyssey,which makes it easier to walk through when parked btw tight spaces rear hatch power assisted closing so no need to slam it hard. great price thanks to clearance sale, CAD$25,500 for the S model. CVT is smooth,confident. Rarity, not every taxi and their neighbour is driving one, push start button, one touch lock,unlock on door handle comes in handy when your hands are full. standard roof rails chrome finish that isn't plain black plastic like the Sienna interior trim material are nice, interior when fully lit is very bright.
Cons: faint but constant electric power steering motor whine noise 3rd roll seat and head rest a little hard , though the kids never complained 3rd roll seatbelt buckle hard to reach for toddlers, as they're short and tucked in almost entirely in the hole when not in use. bought a $15 seatbelt extender from OEMextender at Amazon and problem solved. less usable interior storage compare to my previous van 06 Odyssey. interior materials are nice but in terms of ergonomics design, more thoughts could be put into like Honda has. 2nd roll center console box/cup holder is useless as it blocks the only convenient pathway to the 3rd roll seats. detached and put away on day one.
Overall review: this is my first Nissan and I'm happy with the purchase, comparable Sienna and Odyssey have their advantages over the Quest but not at $5000 more. transmission was a weak spot(and my headache) on my Odyssey and would eventually cost me thousands to replace(only 110k), Nissan has invested alot into their CVT so to me it seems like a safe bet. I loved Honda and have always drove Hondas, but just think they charges just a tad too much.
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People carrier by John on 06/30/2013. Trim: 2013 Nissan Quest LE, Owned 1 year.
Pros: Love the looks, and CVT works well once you get used to it. Loaded with features and fit and finish is to a high standard
Overall review: Great family and people hauler
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People carrier by Tom on 05/12/2013. Trim: 2013 Nissan Quest LE, Owned 1 year.
Pros: Very spacious and high quality finishes. Smooth power delivery once you get used to the CVT, but decent fuel economy for a bit van.
Cons: Looks like a bus but once you can get pass the looks it's a great van.
Overall review: Would highly recommend a test drive.
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Great Van for the Money by M from St Cloud on 05/12/2013. Trim: 2013 Nissan Quest S, Owned 1 year.
Pros: Overall good performance compared to our old mini van, great acceleration, good enough towing (small boat and 4 wheeler). Very roomy.
Cons: Noisy Power steering sound, apparently Nissan has not made a quiet electric power steering motor.
Overall review: Overall its a great van I would recommend to anyone.
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