I also have replaced at least 30 tires on this van in 4 years, even though I have had at least 10 alignments from the dealer and other alignment shops. I do regret buying this van, but it do get me from A-b and sometimes c. Because of manufacturing issues, Nissan had an arrangement for Ford to assemble the minivan in , and in turn they were allowed to rebadge it and sell it under the Mercury brand as the. Do not buy from Nissan. Vehicle has 40,000 miles on it and we keep up with our regular maintenance and tire rotation as per manufacturer recommendations. I noticed when the tires had only 10k on them that all 4 were showing pretty aggressive wear.
The Quest is powered by a small 3-liter V-6, which must work hard to give the 4,000-pound Quest decent performance. His auto columns have been reprinted in U. To report errors and other problems with this page, please. The front-wheel-drive Quest closely follows Chrysler's original, wildly successful 1980s recipe for a minivan in that it has a fairly short wheelbase but offers the best possible interior room for its size--along with carlike ride and handling. It is very comfortable to sit and drive i will be getting a newer version of the quest when this baby decides to call it a day We have had the Quest for a few months now. It jerks really hard between gears.
They said it was cam sensors, we replaced both. The horn doesn't work, buttons on the steering wheel audio, volume buttons. I finally pulled the wires out that holds it in place after almost getting into an accident. The size class for cars is determined by the interior passenger and cargo volumes. They have two children, James and Michele. No fix mentioned by repair.
Gas mileage isn't that great, but I can't say if it's worse than other similar vans. The only modification required is to the switch the low-beam center pin and ground pins on the light bulb socket. Minivans aren't supposed to be hot rods, but the 151-horsepower V-6 provides only marginal 65-75 m. In 1993, a driver's side airbag was made standard. I would give a negative star count on both the Quest and Nissan Consumer Affairs if a negative star count was possible! When I could finally stop, I discovered the chrome trim strip above the grill had broken off and that is what flew off. After my kids were grown, I removed the two middle seats and left the center of the van open. Stepping inside the test model on a dismal Saturday afternoon was an exercise in discipline, for the interior was uniformly gray.
That year saw the introduction of changes to the front and rear fascias, as well as headlights and tail lamps and the elimination of the motorized shoulder belts. Overall this vehicle has given us five years and 100k miles of virtually trouble-free operation. The 2001 Quest was also slightly longer, with more cargo space than the initial models. Also, just days ago, the car began locking all its doors--with the keys inside! And the wiper, headlight, cruise and power mirror controls are blocked by the steering wheel rim. I have owned 4 different Nissan vehicles and have never had the negative experience I had with them over the last week.
Both panels that cover the slider for the doors blew off, I finally gorilla Glued it on. Also, you'll be sure to impress all of your friends and the ladies too! It came with a dvd player, which we wouldn't have been able to afford if we had bought new. As someone who can be quite neglectful of regular maintenance, the Nissan can absorb my less-than-regular upkeep better than any car I have owned. Owners who do not receive the free remedy within a reasonable time should contact Nissan at 1-800-647-7261. But because I have four little kids I needed an Armada or another Quest. Rest assured, no more Nissans in our future.
Then I needed shocks, then my back window shattered for no reason, dealer said only since van is 3 years old 800. I don't like being nervous every time I go over a bump afraid the alignment is going to go out. I had to replace the tires again, third set since 65K and three times on the alignment rack! We purchased the Quest used with 65k miles on it, it needed tires but other than that was in great condition. Still fine almost 50k later. However bit by bit, the electrical system demonstrated issue after issue.
The next day the van did the same thing, this time I got a loaner which I had to drive an hour to pick up. I love certain aspects of this van, but I must admit this vehicle has made me more nervous as an owner than any other vehicle I have ever owned. It was then unveiled at the that year. This Nissan Quest model became the first Nissan minivan with four doors since the 1995. Its engine is mated to an electronically- controlled variant of the Nissan Maxima's four-speed automatic transmission. The 2002 Nissan Quest was not sold in. Failed to get data, please try again.
Now, at 45,000 miles, the power steering pump failed while my wife was driving. We put a set of tires on immediately after purchase and felt very blessed to have a new to us vehicle to serve our family! He was a member of the U. I first bought a used 2007 quest that had run flat tires that no one told me about from Gwinnett Place Nissan in 2010. Lovely if it's been raining or at night for people to come by and get into your car. Amazingly, no one was hurt! There are other things also.
I bought a new car so I will not have to worry about breaking on my first 100 miles. And a large tailgate facilitates loading and unloading the cargo area. The main problem though is the braking. When asked why an air compressor that has never gone bad on a car less than 10 years old for us or really anyone from reading the response was well these things happen. Leaking from the sunroof or sky view.