Last post on Apr 23, 2012 at 12:00 PM
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Nissan Quest, Honda Odyssey, Toyota Sienna, Car Comparisons, Van
#37 of 111 Re: 2011 Nissan Quest Door Buttons and Release problems [mrlennyv27]
Jun 15, 2011 (6:42 am)
"...I have a 2 month old 2011 Nissan Quest SL that has recently started experience problems with the doors. I cannot open the sliding doors or rear door by pressing the buttons on the handles. I also cannot open these doors from the inside by pressing the buttons. The only way I can open them is by using the key fob. Anyone have suggestions?..."
Might be a silly solution, but perhaps there is a "sliding door on/off" switch that you turned OFF by mistake?
#38 of 111 Re: 2011 Nissan Quest Door Buttons and Release problems [samnoe]
Jun 16, 2011 (4:16 am)
Not silly at all, that was the problem. We figured it out the next day. LOL...
#39 of 111 New Quest Incentive
Jun 17, 2011 (12:36 pm)
A new national rebate for the Quest started yesterday. It is $750 cash back or 0% 36 months / 0.9% 60 month.
#40 of 111 Re: Ford Flexquest [ourhouse]
Jul 11, 2011 (6:03 pm)
I actually liked the boxy Flex. Looked retro, and was quite nice inside, but I missed my mini-van doors and interior space. Lots of people asked me about my Flex when I owned it before I bought a Quest. (Before that I had an '06 Odyssey, then before that an '01 Murano) To each his own, I guess!
Jul 24, 2011 (7:42 am)
Just did a 2,100 mile trip.
Got between 21.5 and 23 MPG. Mostly 22. My 2004 SL used to get 24.5mpg. I think the new transmission is not a good for mileage (?)
The Nav is good, but when I pull off the highway there were a lot of towns (not small towns) that had no info on roads (Emporia NC for example), on the plus side I did find that it was very helpful in finding places to eat much quicker then my old garmin, and adding as a waypoint was very easy.
Wierd thing. Once I got to my hotel in Fl it would play an "intro music" each day, unless I set another destination. Never did that for any other place I go in NJ.
#42 of 111 Re: Quest Mileage [plashenick]
Jul 25, 2011 (7:55 am)
My 2004 SL used to get 24.5mpg. I think the new transmission is not a good for mileage (?)
So...I'm assuming you're in the new 2011 Quest with CVT?
It would be nice to see more 2011 samples; it appears as though the Sienna owners "brag" about high 20's.
#43 of 111 Thinking about it
Jul 25, 2011 (1:57 pm)
Sienna and Odyssey owners can brag all they want about mpg, I doubt its much better than the Quest in real world. But they can keep them, because the interiors on those minivans are just plain dumpy. Honda and Toyota have been riding their reputation with consumers for a while now, decontenting their vehicles relying on customer loyalty to keep them coming back paying more for less with each new generation of car. Its starting to show in Toyota and Honda quality and craftsmanship in my opionion. Whereas, Quest is the serious underdog with a lot to prove and the end result should sway a lot of unbiased customers. I still havent decided what to get, price will be a factor, but the Quest is my front runner. Love the styling. If I get one, I will call her "chunk"
Coming off lease of Ford Flex Limited, another seriously underrated and fantastic vehicle btw.
#44 of 111 The Winner
Jul 25, 2011 (3:18 pm)
Been looking at the Quest for past 2 months and getting very close to pulling the trigger. Nissan dealership have much to be desire. Been all over OC dealerships and not one knows anything about the Quest. Drove the Quest(ELGrand) ten years ago on vacation in Japan. This van is made for road trip. Should I wait and see if Nissan will have a better incentive?
Hit up AMNX.ZAG.com and came back with $38.880.00 for LE with double moonroof. Looking for White/pearl with Gray interior. Not too many white LE in OC.
#45 of 111 Re: The Winner [ichisan]
Jul 25, 2011 (6:35 pm)
Never been to AMNX.ZAG.com...don't see how it came up with $38.8k.
When I do a TMV for a LE Dual Moonroof I get $39,438 (central TX).
The TMV shows an invoice of $39,841...so what you're showing is about $1k under invoice...if true, seems pretty good to me.
#46 of 111 Re: The Winner [ivan_99]
Jul 25, 2011 (9:14 pm)
I just check with http://amexnetwork.zag.com again and the price is $37.991.00 with the $ 750 incentive in OC CA. TrueCar rating is Great with this price. A $5519 from MSRP.