2017 Nissan Quest
32,811 Miles
$24,598

Houston, TX
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2017 Nissan Quest
19,073 Miles
$24,632

Houston, TX
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2017 Nissan Quest
17,181 Miles
$24,998

Houston, TX
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2017 Nissan Quest
17,323 Miles
$24,895

Houston, TX
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2017 Nissan Quest
22,528 Miles
$24,998

Houston, TX
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2017 Nissan Quest
24,859 Miles
$24,998

Houston, TX
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2017 Nissan Quest
27,510 Miles
$23,976

Houston, TX
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2017 Nissan Quest
19,601 Miles
$25,099

Houston, TX
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2017 Nissan Quest
24,300 Miles
$24,568

Houston, TX
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2013 Nissan Quest
55,111 Miles
$18,990

Mentor, OH
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2015 Nissan Quest
44,253 Miles
$16,490

Hoffman Estates, IL
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2004 Nissan Quest
158,133 Miles
$3,995

Kennewick, WA
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2013 Nissan Quest
42,167 Miles
$18,981

Tampa, FL
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2015 Nissan Quest
19,433 Miles
$25,900

Honolulu, HI
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2012 Nissan Quest
116,648 Miles
$13,581

Bridgeton, MO
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2013 Nissan Quest
34,995 Miles
$17,995

Kennewick, WA
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2017 Nissan Quest
22,995 Miles
$28,451

Cincinnati, OH
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2005 Nissan Quest
82,605 Miles
$6,995

Kahului, HI
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2015 Nissan Quest
49,524 Miles
$16,995

Klamath Falls, OR
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2016 Nissan Quest
14,087 Miles
$26,995

St Matthews, KY
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Nissan Quest Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
3.5
4 Reviews
Overall
3.5
Value
4.0
Performance
3.3
Style
3.3
Comfort
4.3
Fuel Economy
3.8
Reliability
4.0

Nissan Quest Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2012 Nissan Quest - Great family vehicle.

Erin
O'Fallon, Illinois
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
We have five kids, so we needed a vehicle that was somewhat spacious and could seat seven total people, of course, while still being able to support some cargo space. We found that in this 2012 Nissan Quest. The model we found (SL) also has all the upgrades we didn't even know at the time would be truly beneficial to us such as DVD, two sunroofs, power driver seat, power doors, power tailgate, and plenty of cargo space behind the back row as well as the ability to fold down seats to produce even more cargo space. The positioning of the seats makes it easy to move about the cabin for buckling little kids as well as placing cargo items in any spot in the minivan. We are also pleased with the safety features that were explained to us during the purchase of the vehicle and the plethora... (more)
Story
I guess the most memorable thing for this van that I can think of right now is about when it's raining. Sometimes when it's raining, if we're out (just me and maybe one–two of our kids), we'll open the tailgate and just sit in the back under the cover of the tailgate and enjoy the rain while staying dry. It's nice to be able to sit back there without getting wet. If the weather began to get... (more)
Pros
Overall, the vehicle has been very positive for us. The two sunroofs were a unique feature that actually is really nice to have. Also, the built-in DVD player has been tremendously useful since we have five kids. The vehicle does handle well on the road during dry and wet conditions. The powered tailgate and powered side doors is a nice bonus as well. The amount of cargo space this has, both with the seats in use as well as with the seats folded down, is amazing. I wouldn't have expected a minivan to be able to haul so much within such a small cab, but we were definitely able to do q... (more)
Cons
The Nissan Quest has very few negatives and most of the negatives really have to deal with personal preferences more than anything. The 2012 Nissan Quest is a very "boxy" style of vehicle, which tends to remind people of the minivans from the '80s and '90s. I do understand they tried to keep as much in-cabin room as possible, but a few "curves" here and there would be tremendously beneficial to the aesthetics of the vehicle. Another negative would be the buttons that control the powered side doors and tailgate. There is a button on each of the powered doors to operate it while at the d... (more)

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.

1998 Nissan Quest - Nissan Quest is a workhorse

Roger W.
College Station, Texas
Overall
3.0
Value
3.0
Performance
1.0
Style
2.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
3.0
This vehicle is very reliable considering its age. Many accessories are broken, however the vital components -- stop, go, lights -- all work fine. The vehicle gets decent gas mileage.
Story
I had to remove half of a porch from the back of the van AFTER the rear door stopped working. I wound up cutting it into pieces and handing it out the window to a friend. Not fun, but we did get it done.
Pros
This vehicle is reliable and affordable. I rarely worry about being stranded or having a breakdown. The vehicle is unobtrusive and I don't feel I'm attracting unwanted attention to myself when I drive it. It looks respectable even being nearly twenty years old and doesn't look too dated. I have been able to fix minor issues with a window motor myself, and parts are relatively easy to find and inexpensive.
Cons
Essentially all of the accessories are broken. No A/C, only one working window motor, no radio, no interior lights, and only the driver's side door will open. Initially the rear door and sliding side-door worked but they ceased to function shortly after I purchased the vehicle. Attempts to repair these myself have so far been unsuccessful.

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