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#1880 of 2475 Nissan recalls Quest minivans
Oct 17, 2005 (2:03 pm)
Automotive News reported today that:
DETROIT -- Nissan North America is recalling 109,437 Quest minivans because an adjustment mechanism on their second row seats may cause injuries, federal safety regulators said on Monday.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said minivans affected by the recall were from 2004-2006 model years.
"When the operator attempts seat adjustment, a finger may be pinched in the moving seat adjustment mechanism which could cause an injury," NHTSA said in an advisory on its Web site.
#1881 of 2475 Re: Nissan recalls Quest minivans [c2rosa]
Oct 17, 2005 (2:08 pm)
Interesting...and no mention of the on going Honda tranny problem...I mention because I just hand another friend have it go out on themů80% of people I know have had it replaced (4/5)
#1882 of 2475 Re: Nissan Quest Quality [pier]
Oct 20, 2005 (10:44 am)
you are not the only one!!!!!!! I'mstill figthing, nissan refuse to buy it back my list sound like yours and about thebrakes it happening 30kmile, doors(4), recalls, engine, ac, vibration, sterring wheel,rattle noises, 2 and 3 row seats..........
#1883 of 2475 Re: Nissan Quest Quality [majj]
Oct 22, 2005 (5:42 am)
Sir, a couple of days ago in the Quest problems & solutions forums you had traded in your 04 Quest for a Murano and that was the end of the story.
Now all of the sudden you still have the van and still have horrible problems with it. What's the story?
The Moderator cautioned you in that forum about your continuous bashing of Nissan which essentially destroys the utility of the forum for the rest of us.
I request the moderator in this forum take a look at your posts and decide if this is the case here as well.
We have an 05 Quest with 18,000 miles, zero problems, and it's delivering much better MPG than the 04 and 05 Honda vans owned by friends. So your experience does not apply to everyone.
#1884 of 2475 Re: Nissan Quest Quality [garandman]
Oct 22, 2005 (6:41 am)
pier traded in his Quest for a Murano...not majj.
#1885 of 2475 Re: Nissan Quest Quality [jipster]
Oct 22, 2005 (7:59 am)
Very well, the same sentiment applies in each case.
Posting the same message again and again does not help anyone.
#1886 of 2475 Re: Nissan Quest Quality [garandman]
Oct 22, 2005 (10:35 am)
The moderator also requested that if anyone had any problems with the way the forum was being handled to e-mail him. And not to disrupt the discussion by correcting other members on what they should and should not be posting.
FYI, majj has been a member for 3 days. His posts have described the multitude of problems he has had, as well as his solution of getting a lemon law lawyer. So, I don't believe he has been disruptive... or gone on and on about anything.
#1887 of 2475 NIssan Quest Topic
by claires HOST
Oct 25, 2005 (1:21 am)
This one's intended for discussing the features, attributes, etc. of the vehicle. We have another topic, the Nissan Quest 2004+ Owners: Problems & Solutions discussion, where you can talk about problems you're having so that other members can offer solutions.
I'm here if you need me, but what really drives these Forums is the idea of give-and-take -- you folks helping each other, sharing your knowledge. Brand-bashing and criticizing each other do nothing to further that purpose.
Nov 09, 2005 (11:51 am)
I was at the Boston Auto Show yesterday and took a look at the Honda, Toyota, and DC vans again. The Mazda MPV was not there: Mazda said they're replacing it next year. They did have the Mazda5, which has a surprising amount of room for a smaller vehicle. Also saw the Ford Fusion: roomy and seemingly well built, but that chrome grille must be part of the "Detroit Package."
In any event, while many auto writers lamented the central location of the speedometer on the Quest, after driving one a while now the dashboards on competing vehicles seem busy and intrusive.
They had a Honda Touring with Leather and navigation on the floor. Sticker was over $39,000.....Yikes!
#1889 of 2475 Are the 2004 problems worked out?
Nov 09, 2005 (9:20 pm)
I'm considering a left over 2005 or a new 2006 Quest. After reading many posts from Edmunds, there was certainly growing pains from the 2004 Quest. What are folk's experiences with the 2005 model? I see that Consumer Reports now shows the Quest with poor reliability. I have to think that is driven by the start up problems with the 2004 model. Any input would be appreicated.