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    Research Nissan Quest Quest Quest. I also bought a 04 Ford the same year. My case was "elevated to the Regional Manager" Amanda. I will be purchasing a used power steering pump from a wrecked vehicle that comes with a 12 month warranty and trading the van in for a Toyota or other make.

    Nissan quest review

    Nissan quest review

    Nissan quest review

    Nissan quest review

    Nissan quest review

    Nissan Quest - Consumer Reports

    The Nissan Quest is a minivan that was manufactured from until , when it was discontinued. Read more Nissan reviews to learn about other models. This company is not yet accredited. To learn more, see reviews below or submit your own. Want to know more about ConsumerAffairs accredited brands? Check out ConsumerAffairs for Brands. Keep an eye on your inbox, the lastest consumer news is on it's way! A link has directed you to this review. Its location on this page may change next time you visit.

    Our journey with Nissan has been an expensive journey! I would give a negative star count on both the Quest and Nissan Consumer Affairs if a negative star count was possible! I owned a Maxima several years ago and loved it! We purchased the Quest used with 65k miles on it, it needed tires but other than that was in great condition. 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! I have a mechanical history and do all of my own preventative maintenance, I change oil, check fluids, and rotate tires every 5k.

    Nissan quest review

    I noticed when the tires had only 10k on them that all 4 were showing pretty aggressive wear. I made an appointment at the alignment shop because I assumed it must be out of alignment due to the tire wear.

    Much to my surprise, they found that the vehicle was NOT out of alignment. So I chalked it up to tire manufacturer problems, after going down that road they advised me that they tire manufacturer had experienced the same problem on other vehicles of the same make and model???

    Nissan quest review

    I thought surely this couldn't be and that they were just trying to get out of replacing my tires! The second hit came when the Quest had 93k miles. The transmission would not allow the vehicle to increase in speed, it was like it was stuck in "low" however I knew it couldn't be due to the way a CVT is designed.

    I made an appointment at a transmission shop, took the van in and was advised that the CVT needed to be replaced. When I picked up the van after repair the tech explained the warranty and such and to be honest I kinda let it in one ear and out the other because I thought I'm good now!! I had to replace the tires again, third set since 65K and three times on the alignment rack!

    By this time we are thinking and looking about replacing this Quest with something else so we were passively looking at options but not with a lot of urgency Man I wish I would've acted quicker. As the spring started and the temperatures increased we started to notice a delay when shifting from drive to reverse.

    Nissan quest review

    So I went back to the transmission shop, they advised that the new transmission was OE so I needed to talk with the dealer for warranty. So I talked to the dealership and was reminded the warranty was 12mo or 12k mi. The dealer advised I talk with Nissan Consumer Affairs. I was initially advised that there was nothing they could do for me and there needed to be further evaluation of the problem I made an appointment with the dealer, dropped off the Quest, they called a day later and said that indeed there was an internal problem with the CVT and it needed replaced!

    While I appreciate the assistance, I think leaving ALL the other problems aside, a complete replacement would be appropriate! I then went back to Nissan Consumer Affairs to explain my case and found Nissan Consumer Affairs to be completely worthless!

    2007 Nissan Quest Review



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