by sirshaggy on Dec 13, 2014 Vehicle: 1997 Nissan Quest
My van now has 114,596 miles on it. This van has only been used for trips and a few times as a daily driver. I have been all over the West with it. I have followed the service interval from day 1. I run Amsoil always and have never had any major issue's. I've had 3 batteries, The alternator replaced at 86K, I had the brakes replaced at 45K & 90K, A fuel pump at 113K and just got my 4th set of tires on it. That said, I am just about to have shocks, struts and the brakes done as they have 3mm left. I am in need of the Drivers side master control switch (Power windows and locks) and a major service. Tune Up, Oil, Transmission, Power Steering fluid and coolant. It will last another 10 years easy
by maggies97 on Sep 29, 2012 Vehicle: 1997 Nissan Quest
I actually purchased this van d/t all of the positive reviews here on Edmunds.
I purchased my van at 192,000 miles from a couple who had pristine records on the van and claimed 'no problems' other than maintenance.
This van has left me stranded twice now, including once while away in another state where I knew no one and was using the van to do a craft show.
It seems to have a lot of issues with the fusing/ electrical system and I have had to had the fuel pump replaced.
Yes, I understand it is an older van and repairs will be necessary, but I have sunk over $3000 in repairs in just the past 9 months I've had it.
Wish I would have done more research.
by Mom4Five on Jan 6, 2010 Vehicle: 1997 Nissan Quest
It has all the features I would ever really use. Great stereo, air conditioning, and heater. Comfortable seating all around. It is VERY reliable in quality and performance. Never a problem. The mini-van handles well around corners. It accelerates promptly when entering the freeway, even with a van full of high schoolers. This is my "No worries, Take me anywhere van!" I have never had to use the roof rack because I could just take out a bench seat to use it for hauling. I LOVE my mini-van!
by georgescu on Dec 28, 2009 Vehicle: 1997 Nissan Quest
so we got the car with 196k its got 340 now starter just went out 25 bucks this car is insane and plus we drive alot!!!!!!!!! if u need a reliable car this car would be best for the penny pincher economy wise person and too this day it drives strong
by Steve on Jun 22, 2009 Vehicle: 1997 Nissan Quest
I bought my Nissan Quest as brand new for my new born daughter, the A/C controller goes out twice, recently A/C just replace with refurbish system, Engine runs good never break down, HP is limited for lane passing. The brake make some noise but works fine to stop the car. No major repair.
The van to this point has been rather inexpensive to maintain. Very comfortable for long driving trips. No so good were the original tires, Generals. The van does not handle that well, I was passed up by Semi's on the Pennsylvania turnpike. Average fuel economy, the EPA sticker is a little optimistic for city mileage. Averages 16 in the city and 23 on highway.
1998 quest driver side rear drum brake dragging and not releasing causingwheel to heat up. Releasing fluid frees brake until brakes applied again and tne the same happens. Took off wheel cylinder and ...
I CANT BELIEVE SO MANY NISSAN QUESTS HAVE THE SAME PROBLEMS AS MINE ! WHAT IS GOING ON HERE . MY 1998 NISSAN QUEST HAS ALL DOORS THAT RATTLE LIKE CRAZY!! I JUST HAD NEW BRAKE PADS INSTALLED AND THEY S...
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