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If the majority of your driving is zipping around town picking up kids and running errands, the 2013 Nissan Quest's 19-mpg city rating will definitely help keep fuel costs down. Those looking for
With such a well-thought-out interior, it's surprising Nissan left the 2013 Quest minivan without a multi-screen DVD entertainment system or seating for eight people. If these features matter to y
The 2013 Nissan Quest represents one of the best applications of the gearless CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission) concept on the market. The idea is to provide step-less, always optimized ratios but in practice, CVTs often feel lazy. Nissan's CVT works well in the Quest, and is the principal reason for the minivan's smooth acceleration and brisk off-the-line sprints, as well as its impressive fuel-economy figures. Of course, any transmission needs a good engine, and Nissan equips the 2013 Nissan Quest with an excellent 260-horsepow
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By IMBALMR (OH) on Tuesday, January 22, 2013
I own this car - My approximate mileage is 14,250overall rating 3 of 10rating details
Cons: "Mechanical Reliability"
Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 1
"My wife and I've owned this van for 16 months. We've had nothing but issues with it! 1. It stalled it traffic for no reason twice 2. Idles rough 3. It jerks when coasting to a stop then giving it gas when the light changes. 4.Shifts hard 5. Idles up and down hard when sitting still. We'll never buy another Nissan. We've heard of other people with similar issues."
4 people out of 10 found this review helpful
By Blue Mate (MO) on Wednesday, January 09, 2013
I own this car - My approximate mileage is 400overall rating 10 of 10rating details
Pros: "Keyless entry, Interiors (Wow!!!) and Lots more!!"
Cons: "Entry to 3rd row"
Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 10
"I am a guy with 2 kids and I never Imagined I would drive a minivan. I was driving a toyota camry for the last 7 years and really loved it. Since the car started giving some trouble we thought of upgrading to a either a big size SUV or a Mini-Van. I test drove couple of SUV's and even though I really liked the sporty drive I hate the 3rd row seating arrangement in most of them. Of the Minivans I test drove I liked Odyssey and Sienna but the 2012 Quest beat them hands down. There is no comparision to the interiors of the Quest with Sienna or Odyssey. I observed Nissan borrows a lot of their interior design from the up-market cousin Infinity and Quest is no exception to that. The interiors look very stylish and gives an expensive feeling and the exteriors looks awesome (Like couple of other reviewers said, the handles are chrome plated with one touch operation) keyless entry is very good and I really liked that fact that you cannot lock the key inside the vehicle. Drive is very smooth and is pretty sporty. I also got a very good price on the Quest, which made my decision very easy. The only drawback I felt was the second row seats would not fold of their base and would only move forward, also the rear doors do not go all the way back, this makes it little difficult to enter the 3rd row."
3 people out of 3 found this review helpful
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