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2004 Nissan QuestReview
Chinea123 writes:
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I just love this van.

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2004 Nissan Quest 3.5 SEReview
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Did We Really Love Our Minivan?!? — Our lease was up, so we sold our Quest. And we have been kicking ourselves ever since! We thought after we were done with our 3rd minivan that we would move on to the SUV market for our family car. However, after driving this thing for 3+ years we're spoiled. We couldn't find anything out there that compared in every way to our Quest. We "settled" for a 2007 Denali... and hated it. I'm not saying I can explain it... that's just the way it is. Coolest van out there!

Pros: Love it or hate it Styling.  (We loved it!)   5 sunroofs! Twin DVD
Screens, Nissans famous VQ V6 engine!  ...my wife used to give me a
hard time because I'd drive with a heavy right foot just so I could hear
that engine rev to redline. (this is a minivan?!)

Cons: We bought the first year production model...so we had to deal with a few
recalls...otherwise NO CONS!

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2004 Nissan Quest 3.5 SEReview
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Awesome Car To Own — I loved this car because it is spacious, runs great, plays central DVD with or without headphones. Low cost on maintenance, good fuel economy. Great take off from ground. Also have good heating/cold conditions. Will recommend to anyone anywhere

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Great spacious van

Cons: Children got addicted to it

26 of 26 people found this review helpful.
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2004 Nissan Quest 3.5 SEReview
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Great All Around Family Vehicle — Really didn't dislike anything. Only found turning radius to be annoying sometimes and some creaks/squeaks coming from rubber on sliding passenger doors and road noise which disappear when radio is on. If Nissan made the same body style I would buy same model again, just don't care for the new square looking body style

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Amazing amount of space, comfortable plush leather interior, very reliable, good fuel mileage.

Cons: Turning radius not as tight due to wide body and ground hugging nature

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2004 Nissan Quest 3.5 SEReview
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Perfect Family Car — I love this car. The car also has an on board computer that analyses your current mileage per gallon of gas, on long trips we have gotten as high as 28 MPG - it handles great on trips and everyday city driving. Tight turning radius and with the back up sensors, so easy to back up into any parking spot or garage.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Great car, so stylish and loaded with options.  Not to mention the glass ceiling with 5 sunroofs. Love how I can put on a DVD for them with headphones and i can listen to the radio to my favorite station! I am not stuck listening to their movie. So many other pros, such as the 3rd row seats are roomy enough for adults to sit comfortably.

Cons: Can't think of anything, great vehicle.

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2004 Nissan Quest 3.5 SEReview
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Overall, Great Car. — It was a good vehicle for small children. Loved how you can reconfigure the seats to accommodate many different cargo loads. Also the moonroof and the skylights were key to owning this van. Made it bright. I would recommend a Quest to anyone.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Very spacious

Cons: Blind spots when the headrests were on.

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2004 Nissan Quest 3.5 SLReview
Wahidy writes:
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Family Car — I bought it from the dealer myself. The only problem is the sweaky noise in the back which is a dealer issue because I drove and 06 Quest and it had the same noise.Clean title family car great for shopping

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: excellent family car
dependable
first owner
synthetic oil change every 5000 miles
non-smoker
good for shopping and picking up the kids
low mileage

Cons: a sweaky noise in the back for all nissan quest 04-06
some scratches

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2004 Nissan Quest 3.5 SEReview
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An Attempt From Nissan To Challenge The Minivan Market.sadly They Did Not Reach Their Goal — 2004 Quest. Got a 2004 Nissan Quest in 2004. Styling was pretty cool for a minivan back then. Ride was very quiet and smooth. 240 hp 3.5 liter V6 was very powerful and responsive. This minivan was perfect! Until after the first year. First problems started with the brakes wearing out. in total, I had to change them 3 times in 4 years.another issue was the engine becoming noisy when a bit more power was applied during acceleration. Eventually, the performance was affected and the van needed more prompting when accelerating. It sounded like an old van. another problem were the power sliding doors locking up for now apparent reason. Had to send it in to Nissan many times. Aside form the negatives, the quest had some nice amenities like navigation and dvd player in the back. during the first year, this minivan experience was enjoyable. But the quest had not been reliable enough to maintain the good standard for the following 3 years. The quest had about 80 k kms when it was returned

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: powerful engine(while it lasted) technology(navigation, DVD, backup camera)

Cons: Many problems

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2004 Nissan Quest 3.5 SLReview
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For A Van, A Great Van — If you have to own a van, this is the one you want. This is my wife's daily driver. Its great for trips and swallows up more stuff than any SUV short of a Subhuman, er, uh Suburban. Handles well up to 100mph.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Maxima-like performance in a mommyvan.

Cons: Eats tires, brakes are a bit non-linear

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2004 Nissan Quest 3.5 SEReview
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Our Quest — Performance: speed and handling are superb. Our mechanic says we drive the van like it's a car. Build Quality: we have not had any major problems with the car, we did get an extended warranty since we put lots of miles on our vehicle. Appearance is a big part of why I wanted it. It's roomy too. Gas mileage is not great but not the worst either. It's very fun to drive.

Pros: Handling and Looks

Cons: Gas mileage

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Reviews From Other Years

2015 Nissan Quest Reviews

Review By Brittany

Terrible Space - not meant for average size americans. The back is like a puzzle piece that folds down, too difficult to fold and shouldnt be so complicated. Arm rests are uncomfortable. Seats are com... Read More

Review By Fasih

Less maintenance work compares to Odyssey. Used are way cheaper than Odyssey. Ride, power, comfort, options, and quality is way better than all other minivans combined. Read More

2014 Nissan Quest Reviews

Review By Charles

Nice but without leather. Mileage was a little high for the price. Read More

Review By Justin

I liked it. Minivans get a bad wrap. Comfortable and roomy. It has the tow capacity I was looking for. Room for the dogs. I really liked it but the wife did not Lol! Read More

2013 Nissan Quest Reviews

Review By Guru3JV5V

This car is great fully loaded with everything my family loves Read More

For The Price - More As I Expect. By rjola

The car it is comfortable , but could have more space( 6 inch more )between second and third seats row.Trunk is more convenient , The acceleration , handling and braking is good,it is fun to dr... Read More

2012 Nissan Quest Reviews

Review By James

Great looking family car smooth ride and alot of features Read More

Review By Guru9XJD5D

Great value! Car was in good shape. Low miles for age of van. Read More

2011 Nissan Quest Reviews

Review By Nancy

The Quest has turned out to be perfect for me. I got this model because the seats lie flat and it has a lot of cargo space. I also believe the passenger seating is more comfortable than most minivans.... Read More

Review By Sean

Smooth spacious Comfortable Reliable Low maintenance sporty And good family ride Or single even Read More

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