2012 Nissan Quest
116,648 Miles
$13,356

Bridgeton, MO
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2016 Nissan Quest
41,440 Miles
$17,710

San Antonio, TX
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2016 Nissan Quest
44,656 Miles
$16,995

Clovis, CA
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2014 Nissan Quest
36,860 Miles
$17,994

Sheffield, OH
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2014 Nissan Quest
53,353 Miles
$14,494

Sheffield, OH
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2013 Nissan Quest
19,897 Miles
$18,999

Savannah, GA
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2016 Nissan Quest
16,717 Miles
$29,395

Glendale Heights, IL
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2015 Nissan Quest
34,640 Miles
$17,710

Balcones Heights, TX
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2016 Nissan Quest
44,457 Miles
$19,995

Cherry Hill, NJ
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2012 Nissan Quest
108,120 Miles
$8,995

Asheboro, NC
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2012 Nissan Quest
59,990 Miles
$15,963

Langhorne, PA
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2013 Nissan Quest
52,022 Miles
$15,750

Austin, TX
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2016 Nissan Quest
45,019 Miles
$19,995

Fresno, CA
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2013 Nissan Quest
33,214 Miles
$21,881

New Braunfels, TX
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2016 Nissan Quest
11,391 Miles
$19,970

Live Oak, TX
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2015 Nissan Quest
25,497 Miles
$17,582

New Braunfels, TX
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2015 Nissan Quest
19,850 Miles
$18,977

Milford, DE
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2015 Nissan Quest
17,307 Miles
$18,441

New Braunfels, TX
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2015 Nissan Quest
8,548 Miles
$19,970

Live Oak, TX
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2015 Nissan Quest
24,018 Miles
$18,470

Live Oak, TX
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Nissan Quest Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
3.8
11 Reviews
Overall
3.8
Value
3.8
Performance
3.4
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.5
Fuel Economy
3.6
Reliability
4.0

Nissan Quest Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2004 Nissan Quest - UTILITY FOR BIG FAMILIES

Ras
Six Mile Run, New Jersey
Overall
3.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
4.0
The quest is a Reliable Van for example, I have driven to Florida 3 times in the Van packed with 4 kids and my wife from central New Jersey in 2 years time. The Quest has good handling in bad weather, for example last winter in January after a some freezing rain I was entering my i287 ramp that was covered in ice, the Quest handled the situation perfectly. The Quest is very roomy I can fit all 4 my children plus their luggage and toys in the Van. The Quest is also, very equip with dvd, navi, heated seat, leather and sun roof. The quest has held up great with 137000mile on it. There is slight wear and tear in the interior but everything works fine the from the engine to the headlights. The quest is very high quality I have had no problems with the trans or engine after over 137000 of dr... (more)
Story
I once transport a king size mattress from IKEA with the Van.
Pros
The top positive things about this vehicle is its roominess and reliability. My favorite features are the backup coalition warning system and the heated seats, plus the entertainment package in the Van e.g., dvd, navei sis cd changer.
Cons
The Van has blind spot that my cause safety issue. I is big so hard to park. It is also not that responsive when you need power.

2007 Nissan Quest - It's ok.

Quest Owner
Batesville, Arkansas
Overall
3.0
Value
3.0
Performance
3.0
Style
2.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
5.0
It is a good vehicle, but I am just not into mini vans and I should not have bought it. It attracted me because it was roomy and the third row was easily accessible. It is pretty good on gas mileage. Not excellent, but not too bad either. My kids enjoy riding comfortably. I took this van on a six hour trip recently and it did fine. It was excellent on gas on the highway. The radio control buttons are positioned in a good position so if driving I do not have to take my eyes off the road if I want to change the station. If I am backing up it has a motion sensor and will beep at me if I am going to back into something which has come in very useful from time to time.
Story
My trip to my sister's wedding with my 4 year old was very fun. The van was comfortable to ride in.
Pros
The motion sensor while reversing is very handy. The back hatch opens with a push of a button on the control which is very handy when trying to load groceries. One of the doors is automatic which is very useful as well.
Cons
It takes a long time for the whole van to warm up or cool off since it is so long. The seats in the middle and back fold down, but it is a bit confusing on how to do this.

2005 Nissan Quest - Bigger then you think

Heather
Saratoga Springs, Utah
Overall
3.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
3.0
With our growing family the we knew we needed a van. We went with the Nissan Quest because we found a great deal. The van is amazing. There is plenty of room to move around in the van. With low floors there is no deep bending to get around from the front to the back. When all seats are laid down to create the largest space you can fit stacks of sheet rock and 2x4's. Who needs a truck?!
Story
When finishing our basement on our own we needed to haul everything from 2x4's to sheet rock. This Van did it all. When the workers at the home improvement stores saw that I had a van they were ALWAYS skeptical about what could fit. They were always amazed at what could fit in the back of the Van.
Pros
The van is very roomy and with all seats laid down it is amazing what you can fit. The profile of the van is low and great for moving from front to back. The DVD player is a must with hauling the kids around.
Cons
The car was used and there are slight little things going out like the CD player and digital display. The turning radius has much to be desired but it is acceptable. The seats hold dirt and are wearing out. Even if you clean them they just don't look clean.

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