Nice van with plenty of leg room. Center console takes a little getting used to but it's easy to drive. The cap'ns chairs in the 2nd row are great, and the fact that the 2nd and 3rd row seats fold down flat is a huge plus if moving something large in the van! Only con is the engine is a little noisy but it has great pickup and turning!
Peppy. REALLY peppy! Handles great on the hightway, in heavy traffic, and on Texas Hill Country winding roads.
Unbelievably sexy for a mini-van.
Usability and ergonomics are exceptional, especially for the average sized woman (I am 5'5").
Back seats are captain's chairs that even my ex-husband felt comfortable in (he's 6'3").
The self-closing doors and rear hatch are a luxury that I have come to love - as well as the DVD player, and all the separate controls for sound and air throughout the vehicle. You could take tweens to Carlsbad in this bad boy and not hear a single complaint. I would not have thought I could get this kind of comfort and luxury for this price.
I have been a mini-van owner since the early 80's. I have owned mini-vans by Toyota, Chrysler/Dodge, and Pontiac/Chevrolet. I have owned two Montanas and thought I would buy a third. But I felt compelled to shop every single mini-van on the market this time. After test-driving the Quest, it was the only one that felt right - for ANY price. Don't pay more for the other brands. My next mini-van will be another Quest!
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