by Nove on Sep 8, 2005 Vehicle: 2001 Nissan Quest GLE 4dr Minivan (3.3L 6cyl 4A)
This vehicle is smooth to drive, has decent pickup speed, handles well, and has every bell and whistle you can imagine - the sunroof is a nice touch! But the interior is very small, with very little leg and head room. The cargo area is equally lacking - and for a family of five, it's a tight fit for a long drive. Overall, an excellent choice for a small family or adults who just want a few extra seats available - but not for larger families who do a lot of traveling.
by mummy on May 23, 2004 Vehicle: 2001 Nissan Quest GLE 4dr Minivan (3.3L 6cyl 4A)
Considering the year of the vehicle,
it has all the amenties I would wish
for and the reliablity I would expect
of a Nissan. Not bad looking for a
minivan, the door handles are not the
usual and still functional.
by swapper9 on Dec 17, 2003 Vehicle: 2001 Nissan Quest GLE 4dr Minivan (3.3L 6cyl 4A)
Fully loaded GLE with 3.3L V-6, leather
and burlwood trim interior, plus 6-CD
changer w/upgraded sound system, VCR
(should a been DVD), power everything,
with driver seat memory, and other stuff
too numerous to mention. City mileage
improved considerably from ~15 mpg to
~20 mpg after about a year. Electronic
mileage fuel calculator is a joke, not
even accurate. No major issues thus far
-- knock on burlwood. Warranty will
expire in a couple months and I have
seen a few service advisories I would
like to get checked, such as side-window
latches that loosen, noises from rear
suspension, seat belt recall. No issues
regarding tire quality.
Despite the company's decision to kill the Quest after a short 2002 model run, Nissan imbues the 2001 Quest minivan with a raft of minor improvements. Styling front and rear is freshened, and redesigned alloy wheels debut on all models. Entry-level GXE gains a rear stabilizer bar, while sporty SE receives acceleration-sensitive strut valving and a strut tower brace. New interior gauges and fabrics spice things up, and a 130-watt Super Sound system is standard on SE and GLE. Luxury GLE models also get an in-dash six-CD changer and a wood-n'-leather steering wheel. An optional overhead family entertainment system replaces the former floor-mounted model, though that rather archaic unit can still be specified for SE and GLE Quests equipped with a sunroof. Front seatbelts now have pre-tensioners for improved occupant protection, and crash test scores are up this year, as well.
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