Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Nissan Quest test drive coming up...


Just got a new Quest for a week.
So, as usual, you can ask me anything you "need to know" about it.

The one I am driving is a loaded LE version.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Vince, I own one. It is unbelievably quiet and smooth, has a short turning radius, a low side step in height, quiet ! I had a sienna before, not even close. I drove that awkward honda oddity and it was awful. Enjoy!

douchebag jones said...

i can tell you right now htt athis monster will probably b b e garbage next to the chrysler minin vna

Anonymous said...

Vince, can't wait to hear your thoughts. I have a Quest also, I bought it after driving everything because it was simply better all around. We also have an Infiniti FX and we think that Infiniti could offer an awd variant of this van, it's that nice.

Anonymous said...

Great engine. Awful in every other way. I've seen only about a dozen on the road since they launched it, because it's the ugliest most awkward looking van on the market.

Anonymous said...

Haha that Nissan rep is still posting comments on here. What is up with all the Nissan reviews??

Anonymous said...

I am sorry Vince that u have to drive this monstruosity. Well, just wear very dark, over-sized sunglasses!

Anonymous said...

@ April 25, 2012 4:03 PM

It is very annoying, Vince.

Didn't this thing place dead last in a comparison test recently?

Nissan has NEVER made a good minivan.

Anonymous said...

love the quest, it really is the nicest van, honda looks like it was in a collision, toyota is toyota boring, vw is chrysler and chrysler is well...junk. enjoy vinnie sardello.

Anonymous said...

I looked at the Nissan, Honda, VW, Dodge, Toyota and Chrysler. If you're looking at minivans, practicality is #1. (otherwise you'ld get something sexier--like a Ranger Rover or M3 Convertable, or Escalade). The hands-down most practical are the "Stow-N-go" models with fold-into-the-floor 2nd row buckets (3rd row split bench also dissappears). And in my opinion, the Chrysler is the best-looking interior and 2nd only to Nissan on the exterior. So after trying them all out I bought the Dodge (almost a Chrysler but less expensive. The Chrysler had a lot of standard equipment I thought I could do without.) That 2005 van now has 198,000 miles on it and has cost less to maintain than any vehicle I've ever owned. Still gets better gas mileage than the EPA estimate (which was already great for a '05 minivan). I did like the Nissan, but when you start to look at all the little details, the Dodge was just a lot more "bang for the buck" Plus it's the most versitle--which is why I choose a minivan in the first place.

Anonymous said...

Hope you don't throw up every time you look at that thing! Honestly, who approved this design?