I have major issues with this car. It has constantly been in the shop the last two years that I have owned it. I am continually fixing the breaks and alignment. I spent close to $3,000 in car repairs. The digital control panel doesn't work properly and it only reads the last three digits of the mileage. The power steering is now not working as well. I can not wait to get rid of this horrendous minivan...I will never a purchase another Nissan. I still owe until April 2015 on this car and it can not come soon enough
The car was nice the first day and the price speak for itself. The car had issues and problem even before we drove it out. It's only been 3 months, the car starts making mechanical noise. The DVD and wireless head phone are still not working.
Comfort & Room
2009 Nissan Quest - Colorado Springs, CO06/16/2011
Our main reason for buying this car was leg room. We have a very tall son and a wife who need to be able to sit in comfort for long distances, and the Nissan Quest fills that need. Incidentally, it handles very well and is a pleasure to drive, with flexible seating. Our granddaughter loves the DVD system because she can watch her movies; our daughter loves being able to sit in comfort in the second or third row. This car isn't perfect. The view to the rear with a car seat in the back row could be better, and gas mileage is average. That being said, we are enjoying the experience of having and driving this machine.
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