2005 Nissan Quest User Reviews

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2005 Nissan Quest 3.5 SEReview
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Good Family Vehicle In Comparison To Many Other Vans, More Space For Extra Goods. — I liked the versatility of this vehicle. Great for families and just driving around town. I liked the large compartment in the rear which made it easy to load and unload groceries. Overall comfortable and easy to drive. I didn't like the speedometer in the center of the dash.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Lots of space, Stylish look, Stow-n-go seating, Good family vehicle.

Cons: Gas mileage


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2005 Nissan Quest 3.5 SReview
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Great Family Vehicle For Long Drives — We took it down to Florida from Montreal. it was great. Smooth and plenty of space. has adequate power. Could do better for fuel consumption. Not ideal for downtown parking.

Pros: great for suburban life

Cons: Not for downtown indoor parking lots

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Best Minivan I Ever Drove. — Having already owned a Caravan, I would have to say that the Quest is better in all regions except possibly looks. It has a love it or hate it style. I personally like like the style. The dash is different from all other vehicles but is VERY well laid out. Everything is within arms reach.

Pros: Power, fuel economy, roominess.

Cons: Styling

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2005 Nissan Quest 3.5 SLReview
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Japanes Cars Are Not Perfect — Titan , Armada and Quest were the three vehicles where was built in the multimillion investment facility in Canton Missisipi but Quality in the first two years was belong the std., BUT REALLY ABOVE.

Pros: Interior dashboard design

Cons: Quality

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2005 Nissan Quest 3.5 SEReview
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Great Van — I love that the inside of this van has so much room. The passengers love the dual screen dvd system and it's Bose Premium sound. The moon roofs and sunroof make it feel as if there is barely a roof over you.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: The style is very unique. The interior space is incredible. All the accessories are great to have.

Cons: The gas mileage is fair at 15.7 mpg city and 20 hgwy. The timing chain guide needs replaced. van still runs just has a loose belt sound from the engine because of the guide.

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2005 Nissan Quest 3.5 SE Review
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Handling and power is excellent
vs2005 Chrysler Town & Country Touring LWB FWD
2005 Nissan Quest 3.5 SE winning categories:
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2005 Nissan Quest Review
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vs2005 Honda Odyssey Touring FWD
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Front Seats Ranked 2005 Honda Odyssey Touring FWD better.
"alot more conforatable"
Would Buy Ranked 2005 Honda Odyssey Touring FWD better.
"better value"

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Reviews From Other Years

2013 Nissan Quest Reviews

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

Love This Van And Recommend It To Everyone By johnsonfamily

After many hours of researching, calling mechanics, etc., we decided that the 2012 Nissan Quest S was the best option for our family and our budget. We didn't need all the fancy bells and whistles, s... Read More

2011 Nissan Quest Reviews

Does Everything We Want It To Do. Power, Fuel Ecomony And Quiet. By Kelly

We like the styling. The interior is more like an Infinity than a Nissan. It is very quiet going down the road. A HUGE improvement from the 2008, which we liked and enjoyed too. The right car at the ... Read More

2009 Nissan Quest Reviews

Very Unhappy Not Confortable Seat And You Feel The Sensation Of Sliding Out By mustardseed

We loved it till we road about 35 miles and realized the front seats were the most uncorfortable seats we had ever sat on. Seats are small and you feel like your sliding out. We tried ajusting and no... Read More

2007 Nissan Quest Reviews

07 Quest By Matthew

I got this vehicle for my wife when we had our son. It is great for hauling him around and the DVD player is such a blessing. The power steering hose cracked on it and cost 350 to replace but other ... Read More

Nice Van By michaelj3d

We've had the van for 6months now and really like it. It is easy to load kids. The third row is usable and the cargo area with the third row up is very good. For a 5yr old van the interior has held... Read More

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