I'm guy who has to drive it and this is by far the best looking minivan out there. These chairs are comfortable for adults and there is plenty of legroom. Align the alignment holes between the switch and the shift lever. There is space galore, made all the better by the airy greenhouse, high ceiling truly generous headroom and fold-flat third-row seating. I lean toward the latter, but would be interested to know what you think of. Whereas most of its competition embraces the bland in pursuit of the minivan mainstream, Nissan took a decidedly different tack in both exterior styling and interior execution. The Quest delivers an acceptable driving experience and decent utility.
Looking up, you'll enjoy the openness of glass roof panels in combination with a power sliding sunroof. That discord begins at the front fender with its impossibly low cowl and continues, unabated, through the sharp upsweep taking place in the middle of the front doors. The Inside This is where the most significant changes are. The middle seats have more legroom than the front seats, and they have plenty themselves. Both my car and this van have proven the point that Nissan has given up on producing a quality vehicle. It does have many conveniences, like sits high on the road, but not to hight that you feel the vehicle is going to tip over. With its mild update for 2007, Nissan has dialed back some of the more unusual aspects of the Quest, which should make it more attractive — or at least less initially unattractive — to a wider audience of buyers.
Feb 15, 2011 P0730-Incorrect Gear Ratio and P0780-Shift Malfunction. My kids love the wireless headphones and the skylight roof. Performance is good and handling is exceptional for such a large vehicle. Most repair shops are not going to take the risk and just replace the solenoids, they will replace or overhaul the transmission. Move the shifter to the neutral position. Send Mike an Hide full review. This doesn't help you much.
When raised, the second-row seat is exceedingly supportive, and when folded, it's almost completely flat. In point of fact, it is arguably the most provocative skin this side of the English Channel. For those wishing to split the cost difference, consider the SkyView Glass-paneled Roof package. This is a well built car and I am shopping for the exact same vehicle. Though the second-row seats are technically optional, as is the third row, I doubt many Quests will leave the factory with only the two front seats. Have a pressure test done on the transmission to check for internal damage. An , power-adjustable pedals, rear parking sensors and a rearview camera are optional.
And these codes indicate serious transmission problems. Great to listen to music or chat! Personally, I like the seats, but it's true they are not soft, plush and big. I do think of the Quest as a minivan, because it drives more like a truck without the long hood. Available with standard cloth or optional leather upholstery, the front seats have a furniture-style design, according to Nissan. I thought perhaps my first Nissan was just an outlier and I had some back luck. Under the hood, it's your typical transverse installation, with good access to battery and fluids, but limited access to anything else.
From a driver's standpoint, the eight-way adjustable seat provides a hip point as high - or low - as you'd want it, giving you better visibility and the perception of better control. A better-integrated grille and headlamp assembly reduces the visual disconnect, but this remains as far from the mainstream, minivan-wise, as Tiny Tim. Even with deeply tinted windows it's not the van in which to disappear, making it wholly inappropriate for the Drive-In. You won't, to be sure, enter a Quest in motorsports competition, but you can be assured of accurate steering, competent braking and sure-footed roadholding. Sixteen-inch steel wheels with wheel covers are on 3. I do fill it with premium, as is recommended, to get the full power output. The van received a new front grille and bumper for 2007, but its characteristic design elements — flowing shoulder lines and a raked-forward liftgate — remain.
The only things that might make it better are the seats and better gas mileage. After you instruct it to perform the scan, it speaks with your car's computers to find out exactly what's prompting the light to turn on. The interior is very roomy. The brake pedal has a very , natural feel. The smooth V-6 delivers strong around-town performance. We bought this used a few months ago with 45,000 miles on it.
This is in sharp contrast to its predecessor, which might have caused you to close your eyes and keep your hands in your pockets. Beside that excessive body roll I love it. The solution is here : Nissan Quest P0780 Possible Solution : The crankshaft sensor signals the fuel injection computer or the ignition control when the cylinders are firing. The inside dashboard didn't move at all. A traditional moonroof for the front seats is also included. Also new is the layout of mostly rectangular buttons on the center control panel, but they end up looking all the same when you have to glance over to change a setting while driving.
The Nissan Quest is recognized more than most minivans for its styling. The '07 is designed perfectly well. I am very happy with it, especially when I see it sitting in the parking lot looking a lot cooler than all the Odysseys and Sienas surrounding it. To that end it not only enjoys a car-like ride and handling dynamic, but one whose on-road composure is perhaps more refined than the norm. This is my second Nissan vehicle and it will be my last!! Not excellent, but not too bad either. We loved that everyone had their own big space, doesn't feel congested or feel clustered. The van just turned over 100,000 miles and I have spent more dollars on this car than any other vehicle in the last 20 years--without question.