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I have been offered brand new Kia Sedona LX vans for $19,999 (NE Ohio area). Also someone mentioned the Mazda 5, but that is not truly a van but a station wagon with sliding doors; it is VERY small if you are used to a regular minivan. The problem with the Sedona LX is that at the base level, they have stripped out everything that makes them nice -- no alloys, ... Read More
Your observation is correct, but do you know why I still replied to that post? For one reason, we have the same twin van 94 that I know it well; it is a perfect van when I bought it new because my Bell Labs colleagues highly recommend and it was ranked #1 van by JD Power in that year. It is still very good after 17 years, and it really did ... Read More
Actually we have been a Nissan fan for some years. Let's see, Had a 1991 Maxima, then 1993 Sentra, then 1996 Pathfinder, then a 2004 Maxima in 2004, then we down sized for a 2000 maxima. When we found out that we were expecting our first baby, we upgraded to a 2005 Nissan Murano in 2008, then realized, that we didn't need an SUV so down sized I guess to a ... Read More
I recently bought a new 20011 Quest SL model with DVD package and I must say this is the nicest vehicle I have owned yet. I bought the 2004 Quest when it first came out and I thought it was different and interesting for its time but this Quest is far superior in build quality and comfort. The ride is so smooth and the CVT is very nice. Its unusual if ... Read More
shouldn't that be covered somehow under some kind of policy?
24k OTD for a quest is not worth it.It has minor rattles,brake problems,electrical problems. etc. Plus it depreciates like crazy.Also,I think a totally new redesigned Quest is due this year,so that drives trade in value down horribly.Essentially u would be buying a 04-09 version-- a 5 year old model. Get a used-if possible certified Sienna instead--much much infinitely better.U can get 07 Siennas for 14k and 08 siennas for 17-18k.U save ... Read More
Is $21,995 a good deal to buy a Nissan Quest 2009 3.5 basic? It's 0% APR and 0 down payment with $2500 rebate. The total ends up with $24000. Anybody knows the invoice price of this trim? I need to make the decision today. Thank you!
"No way to tether a rear-facing car seat" Why would you tether a rear-facing car seat? you use the lower anchors in the seat cushions. Tethering is for forward facing car seats. "No power outlets are on unless car is on" From the 2009 owner's manual: The power outlets located in the 1st row (driver’s side) and the cargo area are powered directly by the vehicle’s battery.
Not sure what you mean by: "No way to tether a rear-facing car seat" - there are lots of hooks on the seat "Side doors must open all the way" - if you turn off the power doors, you can control them "No power outlets are on unless car is on" - after you turn the car off, if you do not open the door you still have power One thing ... Read More
At the end of 2008, I purchased a 2009 Quest SL with almost fully option loaded was so impressed with a good price. (May be because of 2009 model is the last Quest and the dealer don't want to have many in their inventory?) The vehicle was MSRP $36,965, including options such as Skyview Package, DVD Entertainment, Leather Package and so almost being SE model) became $31,600 for me ($34,567.29 with ... Read More
After owning my new 2009 Quest SE for 5 days, I'd like to post my likes and dislikes about it. This is mainly in comparison to the other minivans we considered purchasing. We chose the Quest because of the great deal we got (below invoice), the awesome financing at the time and because Nissan gave us $2000 move for our trade (2007 Murano) than any other dealer. Had we been able ... Read More
It looks like your a bit below invoice, even without considering the $2000 incentive. I would think that's pretty decent for a 2009, but it's been hard to follow the Quest pricing with the limited activity in this forum. (Sorry for the bad spacing below. The editor won't cooperate.) MSRP Invoice TMV National Base Price $35,650 $32,648 $34,266 Regional Adjustment for Zip Code Change - - $37 Optional Equipment $4,500 $3,944 ... Read More
does anyone no if Nissan is going to introduce a new quest for 20010 next year at the 2009 auto shows cumming up next year Pleas let me no if anyone has a place to read up on that new moddle of quest any specks and things like that thankyou.
no dealer seames to have a 2008 Nissan Quest in stock can sumone pleas let me no. Or is nissan just cumming out with a new 2009 Quest thanks so mutch vmarco.
$22000? that's a great price, where are you located? i'm in socal and the best i got so far is $24xxx for a 2008 3.5S with driver's package. no leather, no skyview... not so many write ups about purchases here. 100s for odyssey/sienna. no one like the quest? prob cuz the 2009 is coming out in a new body style this fall. thanks!
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