Porsche, Kia Rank Highest in Automotive Quality

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Minivan: Nissan Quest
Starting Price: $26,530
The Nissan Quest may not be the best-selling minivan in the industry, but is certainly holds its own against other minivans on the market with plenty of interior space and a number of innovative, useful features. A one-touch unlock/open of the power sliding rear doors makes ingress and egress a breeze — especially convenient when your hands are full. Inside, Quest has “theater-style” seating — the second and third rows are slightly raised to provide better visibility. Dual glass sunroofs help even third-row occupants feel less claustrophobic, and a conversation mirror at the front keeps those banished to the rear seats in constant view of the driver.

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3 thoughts on “Porsche, Kia Rank Highest in Automotive Quality

  1. That Chevy Spark was adorable. – The wonderful photos make me wonder if there are photographers who specialize in taking px of cars for the car companies? The photos are great – one even arranged for a seagull to fly by. Baba M

  2. Way too much attention is paid to this INITIAL QUALITY survey. While it is great that these cars are nicely screwed together, it is the cars that hold up without problems for 200k, even 300K miles that we need to know about.

    My experience is that the vehicles that are the most trouble-free over the long haul are Japanese.

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