Owners of Nissan’s truck and minivan models are the most happy in their class.
That’s according to J.D. Power, who named the 2012 Nissan Quest and 2012 Nissan Frontier Best in Class in its 2012 APEAL Study.
The APEAL Study measures how satisfied customers are with their new vehicle purchases.
The 2012 Nissan Frontier is an absolute beauty, and it’s also the best midsized pickup in its class. Owners give it a perfect five star score for overall quality and overall performance and design.
Owners love the features, style, performance, body and interior quality, and the design of features.
The 2012 Nissan Quest takes home five star rating for overall quality and overall performance and design.
Specifically, customers say they love the style, comfort, and mechanical and technical design of every aspect of their Nissan Quest.
The J.D. Power and Associates Automotive Performance, Execution and Layout (APEAL) Study examines what consumers like about their new vehicles after 90 days of ownership. Often referred to as “things gone right,” APEAL is based on eight categories of vehicle performance and design: engine/transmission; ride, handling and braking; comfort/convenience; seats; cockpit/instrument panel; heating, ventilation and cooling; sound system; and styling/exterior.