by melanie on Sep 13, 2008 Vehicle: 1994 Nissan Quest XE 3dr Minivan
I live in Missouri, and one year it snowed really bad. This van never got stuck in the snow. I only had to get the temperature fixed on it. The only thing that did it in was hitting a armadillo about the size of a cocker spaniel.
by Aaron90 on May 7, 2008 Vehicle: 1994 Nissan Quest GXE 3dr Minivan
I had this van for about 3 years before someone crashed it.....It was an awesome van, with a lot of power under the hood. The color was aquamarine with gold trim and gray interior; again, an awesome combination... Took us up and down California, no problems at all. I am going to buy another one like it! I recommend it! Very safe van!
by KJ on Apr 12, 2007 Vehicle: 1994 Nissan Quest XE 3dr Minivan
266,000 miles and still going. Not much done to it either (front axle twice and pass. seat belt - brakes, plugs, and oil). Admittedly, I don't take very good care of it, but it refuses to die. Still cruises at 75 mph with no problem. 13 years and in the garage just a few times - excellent value for the money.
by ecfishguy on Sep 23, 2004 Vehicle: 1994 Nissan Quest XE 3dr Minivan
No problems in 140,000 miles except for
replacement of a water pump, and the
usual required maintenance. V-6 3.0L
engine has been smooth and doesn't burn
a drop of oil.Body is in great shape
through 10 salty road winters in
by timberguy on Jan 6, 2004 Vehicle: 1994 Nissan Quest XE 3dr Minivan
My '94 Quest is a workhorse. It has
162,000 miles on it, and I use it to
commute 25 miles each way to work as
well as for grocery shopping and just
about any light-hauling chore that
comes up. After 10 years, the body is
still in good shape, with no rust. I
had the customary problem with the
exhaust manifold bolts breaking. Tipped
off that Nissan might help me, I tried
to get them to pay for it. However, the
car already had 145K miles on it, and
they said they would give me money
toward a new Nissan instead. I Also,
the transmission malfunctioned
at 5OK miles, but it was covered by the
by prindle on Nov 21, 2003 Vehicle: 1994 Nissan Quest XE 3dr Minivan
I bought my 94 in 98.@61k,210k
now.Replaced both axels,water
80deg use premium or stall for 1/2
hr.Go 10 miles & stall.The 1st time was
in K.C Mo. heavy traffic summer of
99.After the 3rd time I got wise.I now
get 24/20.Rear air/heater has
ele.problem.Dr.shoulder strap don't
retract.Tack works rarly.Runs great
yet.No doubt will hit 300k+.Don't use
oil between oil changes.Stays very
Finally, we get a Quest that's made in Japan!!! The first generation was a joint venture between Nissan and Ford with mixed success. The last generation, Tennessee-made model was disappointingly nothi...
on post #1994! That's why they pick others over quest... also, i have 2 other points on the #1994 that also causes the poor sales. Lastly, many people describe it has too much hard plastic in the car...
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