My 93' Quest has 152,000 and is still
going strong. I love it so much, I
purchased a 2000 Quest. The problem is
my 1993 runs better than my 2000. I
was going to sell the 93' after I had
to replace the studs at the manifold,
break system, shocks, and repair the
A/C, but it looks like I am going to
get rid of the 2000. You just can't
kill this 93' Quest.
Love the Rear A/C, and the sliding back
The electrical system has given me a
few problems, and I hear that replacing
the manifold and it's studs are a rites
of passage on the Quest.
155,000 miles and it still looks great.
We're hoping to keep it 4 more years.
The only major problem we had is the
pipe that attaches to the manifold had
a broken bolt about 6 months ago. It
cost dearly, because my mechanic (very
honest) told me the Quest's were
notorious for broken studs all along
the manifold. He had to replace the
whole thing. If you are interested in
this vehicle, check to see if they had
Amazing reliability...keep the oil changed regularly, the tires inflated and the gas tank filled, this "drives-like-a-car" minivan will take you further and longer for less.
Tremendous cargo space is available when needed; the foldup-slide forward middle seat opens up a sumptuous cavern that has moved its share of tonnage.
The V-6 engine is a peppy road burner, yet still delivers 22-26 mpg on the highway after 150K miles, if you have the proper foot for it.
Sliding side door, slide-forward middle seat give unparalled access to loading & unloading cargo - be they kids or crates...and the standard audio system is unbelievably awesome for this class. Rear seat 2nd controller for personal A/C is very nice for passengers.
Driver's side rear entry, better 3rd seat removal/storage. Right now, this thing is a boat anchor and difficult to remove or set in place since it must be positioned as the MIDDLE seat (sliding seat = rear seat with all seats configured.
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