Fold-Away Third Row, 3rd Rear Seat, Quad Seats, Rear Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Auxiliary Audio Input
6 Cylinders, 2WD, 3.5L Engine, Automatic Transmission, 52K Miles, Silver/Tan
Better options for the price
My wife and I are 3rd generation Quest owners, having owned a 1994 and 2000 model prior to purchasing the 2006 Quest. We were initially hesitant to purchase a center-dash vehicle, and were also concerned about the thin padding on the seats and the heat factor of the multiple sunroofs. I am happy to say the center-dash was not hard to adjust to at all. The seat padding has not been an issue. (We opted for leather seating, which helped.) The vehicle we purchased did not have the multiple sunroofs, which is a benefit in Texas heat. Gas mileage is not great, but the vehicle fits our family size and lifestyle. One neat feature is the rear-facing camera that shows what is behind you before you back up. Things I would change about our particular vehicle: 1. location of the dvd player under the front passenger seat is inconvenient. 2. The model we got does not have auto headlamps and we miss that feature. 3. The center console cup holders are too tight for some cups because of the way the grips are made. Overall, we are happy with our purchase.
This vehicle is wonderful. We've owned over 13 vehicles of different makes and models. But never a Nissan--until now. After looking at all of the minivans out there, we settled on the Quest because of comfort, space and gas mileage. The seats are better than anything out there--very roomy and solid. Head room is better than other vehicles. Passenger side area/floor space is nice. Rear cargo is great especially with the optional covered cargo box in the well. The vehicle handles very well and responds immediately.We consistently get 25 MPG on highway and have even gotten up to 29.2 mpg. One additional bonus...the ipod port. We use that everyday!