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Nissan Quest

2011-2016
2011 Redesign Year
Nissan Quest 2016 Trim Shown: 2016 SL/Platinum
After a one-year hiatus, an all-new Quest was introduced for the 2011 model year. Exceptionally spacious and luxurious, it features a quiet and plush interior with a smooth and compliant ride. Handling is sound, but not sporty. Both rear rows fold flat to form a flush load floor, however, this version of the Quest only has seating for seven. Access is easy, with large doors, low step-in and a flat floor. Rare for minivans, the windows on the sliding side doors can be lowered. Standard safety features include antilock brakes with brake assist, traction control, and electronic stability control. Blind spot monitoring is optional. However, this version of the Quest did not score well in the IIHS small overlap crash test.
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2016 $24,050 - $24,050 $21,350 - $21,350
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2015 $20,125 - $30,350 $17,485 - $27,410
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2014 $17,975 - $25,775 $15,410 - $22,985
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2013 $16,775 - $22,250 $14,125 - $19,450
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2012 $13,375 - $19,650 $10,790 - $16,815
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2011 $11,375 - $16,275 $8,805 - $13,430
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2004-2009
2004 Redesign Year
Nissan Quest 2009 Trim Shown: 2009 Passenger Van
The 2004 Nissan Quest offers a roomy and comfortable interior. Both the second- and third-row seats fold flat to maximize cargo capacity, which is a minivan first. Handling is responsive and secure. Access to all three rows is easy. Door openings are broad and tall, step-in is low, the doorsills are flush and the floor is flat. Adjustable pedals make it easy for most drivers to find a good driving position. However, It's hard to read the gauges, warning lights and displays with the instrument cluster located in the center of the dash. Other problems include a noisy climate-control system and unlit, hard-to-find power-mirror controls. A 2007 freshening improved the confusing dashboard layout, 2009 was the last model year for this generation.
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2009 $6,500 - $10,000 $4,120 - $7,400
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2008 $5,650 - $7,250 $3,280 - $4,775
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2007 $4,950 - $5,525 $2,575 - $3,125
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2006 $4,600 - $5,025 $2,245 - $2,660
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2005 $4,075 - $4,575 $1,820 - $2,225
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2004 $3,700 - $4,375 $1,520 - $2,075
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1999-2002
Nissan Quest 2001 Trim Shown: 2001 Passenger Van
The old Quest was a well-appointed alternative to larger vehicles. First models were powered by a responsive 3.0-liter V6. Ride and handling are carlike, and the interior is quiet. A 1999 redesign brought a 3.3-liter V6 and added more room and a second sliding door. Poor crash-test scores, sloppy handling, and merely adequate braking limit the Quest's appeal. A redesign in 2004 brought a larger van with a roomy, comfortable interior.
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2002 $3,200 - $3,625 $1,075 - $1,425
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2001 N/A N/A
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2000 N/A N/A
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