2000 Nissan Quest Consumer Review: What happened?

2000 Nissan Quest - Consumer Review

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SE Passenger Minivan (3.3L V6 4-speed Automatic)

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What happened?
By Alex on


2000 Nissan Quest SE 4dr Minivan


My original Quest was a 98 whose only defect was the heater going in 2 yrs. My 2000 gave me major problems and is about to die. I don't understand. I know people with 98s and 96s who haven't had anywhere near the problems I've had. Even with mechanical breakdown I feel I traded in a great minivan for a knock-off of the original. The front end makes noise always like its falling apart and now it is stalling like a 90 year old at the olympics. My friend has a 98 with 30k more miles on it than mine (147k) and he has no major trouble and puts a lot of miles everyday on it. Can't wait to say goodbye to it.

Best Features

Interior lights, original radio allowed adults in the front to hear one station while teens listened to another in the back.

Worst Features

Nissan charges major money and did not fix my vehicle to my satisfaction (not even close). Follow the same engine specs on the original Quest and use more Japanese parts than Ford parts (engine is all Ford)
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