2008 Nissan QuestPrince Ali - San Antonio, TX11/04/2008
I would love to own this van because first of all, it is a Nissan. The ergonomic design of the seats is very modern and the look of the dashboard is superb! The additional DVD player for the back seat is an awesome addition as well. And I love the shape of the car, also it gives a great mpg rate! I would recommend this van for a family with little kids (or big). It is a perfect investment for a family!
A Nissan Quest
2008 Nissan QuestLobster Overlord - , 04/05/2013
Having undergone a number of adventures to find the right car for my party, I have heard about the legendary Nissan. With great power, ease of use and comfort it provides, the Nissan has been thought of as unattainable. A Pathfinder was needed in my last adventure, and I realized that I was indeed heading in the right direction. Thus it was time to undertake the Quest. To enter the Quest, you just need to press the right sequence of buttons, to start the Quest, you need just insert the right key. To finish the Quest, you just remove the key.
Having the right number of gold pieces for the Quest was quite the endeavor, but we were able to defeat enough goblins to make it happen.
And so far, the Quest has been much better than the Journey. Oh please, don't make me tell you about the Journey.
A great investment, 2008 Nissan Quest
2008 Nissan QuestAnonymous - , 04/09/2014
The price was right! Fits all the needs that my family needed, from the room it has inside to the huge storage space in the back. Love the way it rides and drives. It has the get up and go engine, something you wouldn't expect a van to have.
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