Used 2012 Nissan Quest SV in Dulles, VA
Reviews for 2012 Nissan Quest
I bought my Quest after many months of research, off and on, to replace my Chevy Astro. While I don't get emotional at purchasing vehicles, my Astro performed well for 260,000 miles and it became the benchmark which I used to gauge my purchase. After looking at countless Toyota Siennas, my original choice, and looking at the high price that high mileage Siennas commanded, I decided a different course, the Nissan Quest. I am 6ft 4in tall and was looking for a comfortable van which would carry a family and the occasional 4x8 foot piece of plywood from the lumber yard. The Quest does this. I recently took a 1000 mile round trip to Minnesota and averaged 24.6 miles per gallon. Not bad for a van. Over the years I learned to purchase on the ground of practicality, and so I purchased a base model, Quest S, as all the electronics mean very little to me. This is a personal choice for everyone. The real test will come with time as to how this van will perform over the years. I drive about 37,000 miles per year, and I am expecting to get at least 175,000 miles out of this vehicle. But, so far so good. I appears to be a good purchase at this time.
Give me my swagger wagon
It's official. I am a convert. After fighting the minivan, I finally went ahead and bought one. I choose the quest because it was the least looking minivan of them. Now, I wouldn't trade it for anything. Once you are driving, you forget it's a minivan. I love the ride, the seats, the DVD and best of all we all have moonroof. Due to the size, I recommend a Back up camera. The only downside is that it seats 7. Hopefully, nissan will come up with an aftermarket seat. Let the adventures begin.
its been almost six months now but still remember the great time i had buying my car!