"I love this van, the only problem I have is that it is big and took some getting use to, I ran into a couple of things before I got use to the size. It is very stylish, very comfortablea and I love the setup of the dashboard, everything is easily accesible. Gas mileage isn't that great but it has great power and speed, especially for a van."
"I bought the 2004 new and I love it. I have always hated minivans and swore I would never purchase one. This is until I saw the Quest. It's the best looking minivan on the road. I have had a few nuisance problems with it, notably the driver's side visor keeps coming off. I have lost count as to how many times I've had it replaced. Also sometimes AC doesn't blow cold enough. But other than that I love it. I would purchase again."
"Overall I like the Quest, especially the DVD player. Having 2 screens is an extra bonus. I love the styling and comfort and am very proud to drive it but have had issues with the automatic sliding doors (3 times). I have the low side steps on either sides that are pretty beat up. It looked good but unnecessary. I've had to change my brake pads more often than I thought. I would recommend this car but I am planning on giving it up at the end of my lease."
"First the back of the driver seat came off. The back input jacks is coming out of socket. Water comes through back clothes hanger by back sun roof window. SLIP light and ABS light keeps coming on because of a mechanical problem that can't be permanently fixed.
Nice modern design and drives very smoothly but has too many repairs."
"Looks better than any van on the road. No problems at 30k. Tires are a little expensive, but I found a new set on Craig's List that was one size larger that fits the new Crysler for $160.
I would buy again."
"I just purchased the 2007 Quest, coming form a 2005 Dodge Carvan SXT there's really no comparsion. I started having some problems with my Carvan and looked at the Quest. I was very impressed with the interior and the leg room in the inside. Having a family of 5 with long legs, this is a plus. The Quest rides just like a car and its more of a luxury van if anything. I look forward to many long rides on the road."
"We put 54,000 miles on our 2004 Quest. Within the first year we experienced rattles in the doors and squeaks in the rear seat hardware that the dealer could not get rid of. Nissan knew they had a problem with this model year and did a major overhaul in 2007. Engine and drive train are very solid. We liked the pep and styling so much we decided to try another Quest and just bought a 2007."