Cons: "cup holders on 2nd row seats break off easy-cost"
Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 2
"We had to have the transmission replaced twice,the catalytic converters replaced 3times and the engine seals replaced. constantly leaking. also the brake wear was awful and noted on most complaint sites for this care
When it runs it is a great riding car, comfortable, roomy great interior."
"We bought our 2005 Quest from a one owner individual and it has been the best minivan I've ever owned and I have owned about 5 in my life time. I have had a brand new Dodge, used GM, and Nissan is my first foreign model. The engine runs so smooth in this van and I have get-up and go! like any small sports car out there. I love the way it handles the road and it's a pleasure to drive. I think the only downside I have found is that I can hear wind noise around the sliding doors. I want to buy another one just like this one in 2015."
Cons: "Front seat ergonomics and automatic windows."
Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 7
"Still running strong after 10 years and 173K miles. No major repairs over the life of the vehicle. Great value and I definitely got my monies worth out of the van. Only minor issues are the ergonomics of the front seats and the drivers and passenger windows don't go up automatically even though we have and the drivers side fixed once. The window bug seems to be a common problem with these vans. Other than those two minor issues it has been a great van and I am hoping to get another 80K miles out of it."
"At 10+ years, this van still looks good and runs great. We performed all scheduled maintenance and oil changes. After year 7 we started having the following troubles: the second-row heating controls stopped working, so only the front-seat passengers can regular heat/AC for front and rear. The radio cuts out when we go over bumps but comes back on. The auto-up on the passenger front window will take the window all the way up and bring it back down about 3". You have to put it back up again to make it stay. There is a loud tapping when it is first started, but the mechanic told us that once the car warms, it will go away. He is right. After about 5 min it goes away. My struts are now shot.
The interior is fantastic. It is beautiful, comfortable, and has lots of storage. 6' tall passengers have plenty of leg room in the first and second rows. The third row is a tighter fit, but not as bad as any of the other vans I have been in. The third row is very heavy to get up and down, but it is much more substantial than those in other vans. The panoramic windows have always been a hit, and the DVD player has never failed us. I will miss this vehicle and will be sad to let it go.
I do mostly city driving. Average 19.6 mpg."
Pros: "Rides and drives like car. Glass roof, Comfy"
Cons: "gas milage, rear seats not split"
Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 9
"I have only owned this van about 4 months, bought it used at 119,000 miles, it's a 2004 loaded. It drives and rides like a car. Lots of room, love the sunroof and fixed glass in the rest of the roof. Only dis-likes, are gas milage (about 16 mpg around city). And back seats are not split, so they are very heavy to fold up and down for 1 woman. If they were split seats, it would be great. All seats are really comfortable. They are leather."
"My son is 6'5" and fits in my back seat very well. even the 3rd row is comfortable. People love how comfortable the seats are, nice and wide . the ride is very smooth and it takes curves well at a higher than normal speed even. Just tried it to see how it would do. I love the smokey gray color, it is a very classy looking car . It is a 2006 but people think it is brand new. I love that the dash board is in the middle not behind the steering. The second row windows don't open at all would like for them to roll down.. I ride a lot of elderly it is easy to get in seats at hip height just sit and turn legs in. Second row cup holder on the outside of seat by door, broke off as people would get in and out of car, would have been better to put it on the inside of seat. I like the way the back is made on 20206 better than the look of the 2014 to boxy."
"At 96,000 miles the engine failed with a defective cylinder. A new engine was purchased. The plastic interior fixtures and dashboard weak and shaky. rear seats difficult and tedious to lower into floor. Tire size and type expensive. No tow package available. Too low for bumpy terrain. Low gas mileage. Replaced steering arm and wheel bearing. My repair costs approximately $6,000. It must have been assembled on Friday or Monday."
"I have been very satisfied with my 2009 Nissan Quest. It is now 5 -years old and paid for. For the first time in my life I don't even want to think about a new car. This one still drives and looks new and it meets all my needs."