Used 2013 Nissan Quest for sale near me

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Ours is only the S base. We weren’t looking for a quest. We had been watching the Sedona, Sienna or GC for over 6 months. I was already pre-approved etc, but just wasn’t convinced about the reliability issue of the three – plus, the high price tag but the low feature content of the Sienna. I walked into a dealership – tried a Quest and was blown away. Comments on high price, limited cargo space were simply not true. The end of year customs clearance made the price very competitive. In addition, the cargo and the passenger room? The van is very spacious. You get PERMANENT 3rd row storage – since the seats fold forward plus regular 3rd row storage – for a total of 37 cubic feet! UPDATE after 2.8 Years of Ownership (& 55,000 Miles) 1. Mileage has always been excellent for a van of this size. The combined city / highway is 23 mpg. Pure hwy mpg is up to 27.5 – depending on how I’m driving. I saw 26.5 from AL to IL on 65N. 2. No rattles whatsoever. 3. The tires had to be replaced at 30K. Apparently – they were never lined up outside the factory. I suspected … and should have had it checked at 10K. This is my bad … but I think every factory car should have its tires aligned! 4. I have the lowest model – basic … so almost no bells and whistles. But even for a base model, I expected USB ports. It was purchased in the fall of 2013! There should also be more 12v ports. There are only 2 in my 2013 S model. 5. The seats are very very comfortable. 6. The available storage is underestimated. It has about 37 cubic feet – on par with other vans. I think the best selling point is the engine and overall performance. I could drive a minivan – fully loaded in the winter – and still hit 27.5 mpg on the highway. Mixed driving is still 23 mpg. My previous Mazda – 1/3 smaller could only handle 24 mpg on the highway. UPDATE after 4 years of ownership (93,000 miles) 1. CEL lit but was resolved – inadvertently caused when I had the fuel system cleaned by a quick lube store. Carbon buildup / cleaning messed up the rear O2 sensors. The sensors were cleaned – and the CEL never turned on again. 2. I got the base model that I really paid for well under the market. But as a result, I haven’t had all the success of Google Play / iOS. Now I would like to. 3. My combined summer mileage was 22 mpg. But I expect it to increase in the fall. UPDATE after 7 years of ownership (154,000 miles) 1. The alternator had to be replaced at 110,000 miles. 2. The factory installed battery was eventually replaced at 142K miles (6 years). Not bad. 3. Finally changed the spark plugs to 144K miles. HWAY mileage had fallen to 24 MPG but has now risen to 27 MPG. 4. No squeaking or clicking sounds. Saddlery, automobile paint, electricity resist very well. 5. No mechanical problem.


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