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|Comfortable, smooth ride - i call it the boat.||Gas mileage should be better|
|Steering- turning is small for size of vehicle||The back hatch on the van should be automatic.|
|Safe and smooth vehicle to drive||All the beeping when opening doors / hatch|
|Very good responsiveness - cornering, accelerating, and braking||Navigation available only on le model|
|Exterior styling - doesn't look too much like a mini van||All wheel drive not available|
|Comfort of all seats, space & configuration||Cargo space: full size stroller doesn't fit well|
|Stylish cool features on dashboard||The doors are too heavy in front|
|Storage space / cargo - lots of room, easy access||Seat configuration not as useful as my town & country stow n go|
|Cvt/ engine - very strong and smooth and gets 22 mpg overall.||Style of rear-end looks like other vans, not unique|
|Attractiveness and quality of interior||Center console on front - useless -low.|
The 2004 Quest is a 4-door, up to 7-passenger mini van, available in 3 trims, ranging from the 3.5 S to the 3.5 SE. The 2004 Quest's closest competitors include the Chevrolet Astro Passenger Van, the Honda Odyssey, and the Mazda MPV.
Upon introduction, the 3.5 S is equipped with a standard 3.5-liter, V6, 240-horsepower engine that achieves 19-mpg in the city and 26-mpg on the highway. A 4-speed automatic transmission with overdrive is standard. The 3.5 SE is equipped with a standard 3.5-liter, V6, 240-horsepower engine that achieves 18-mpg in the city and 25-mpg on the highway. A 5-speed automatic transmission with overdrive is standard.
The 2004 Quest is redesigned for 2004.
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