I admit I do not know much about the older style Quests. I was told by many to stay away from the 2004 model which had some issues.
I have 4 kids (well three still brave enough to be seen in a minivan with mom). I am looking for one with a decent sized screen, the ability for the kids to load the DVD (not mama driving in front) and remote control.
Of course, if I can get it to work with the dash board controls in front, that will be great!
Any help is very much appreciated!
Oh...welcome to Nico BTW I see you have a fruit fetish
Thanks Lee Paul (I know that name from FW)lee paul wrote:
This is really good
I looked at Circuit City online tonight. When I plugged in the vehicle (of course the 2008 Nissan Quest!) only three came up as ABLE TO FIT this vehicle.rubilynne4 wrote:looking to either do a on my own dvd install or get one done any info appreciated
I looked at Circuit City online tonight. When I plugged in the vehicle (of course the 2008 Nissan Quest!) only three came up as ABLE TO FIT this vehicle.
http://www.circuitcity.com/ccd...13101 Circuit City DVD options...
They are running a free install special with purchase, this saves you about $179 according to the FireDog prices.
Modified by 2peaches2oranges at 6:13 AM 8/30/2008
Thank you for the link. I keep my 3rd row up, so I don't think that will work for me. I am looking for one to just line the "storage well" carpeting. Kinda like my Odyssey cargo liner which I stole from my 2006.basskronick wrote:If you havent found a rear cargo liner yet, suspension connection offers a reasonable one, and is available in tan as well..... http://www.suspensionconnectio...pping hope this helps!
Best_Shot wrote:I will be picking-up a base 2008 Nissan Quest SL tomorrow 170 miles from my home. The MSRP was $31K+, but they gave it to me for $21K. Out the door pricing is $22,752.50. The only options in that vehicle are mats, mud guards, and cargo cover.
Best_Shot wrote:hkfooey - yes, I got it for $22K. During that time, just like what others found out, that Nissan has special deals with the dealers to move their old stock vehicles. What I read from other forums (I think it was in fatwallet) that Nissan was giving dealerships $7K incentive to move Quests out of the lot, and in turn, some dealerships share these incentives with the customers - and remember, there was also a $3.5K customer cash back being advertised, thus, in my case, I think I received a total of ~$10K discount... other Nissan vehicles, especially the trucks and SUVs, per one dealership in Chicago that they are cutting the price off MSRP by as much as $15K... that was last month, not sure if they still have the same thing going on...