Used 2005 NissanQuest 3.5

  • VIN: 5N1BV28UX5N127647
  • Stock: PF0159A
Odometer
100,000 miles
Fuel Economy
19.0/26.0 mpg City/Hwy
Exterior Color
Other
Interior Color
Other
Body
Van
Transmission
Automatic
Drivetrain
Front-wheel Drive
Engine
3.5L V-6 cyl
Nissan Quest

Highlighted Features

  • Speed sensitive wipers
  • Remote keyless entry
  • Rear air conditioning
  • Rear window wiper
  • Security system

Detailed Specifications

KBB.com Consumer Reviews

Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
Overall4Out of 5
  • Awesome Value for a Family Van

    By Family Guy on Tuesday, May 15, 2012

    5.0
    If you have a large family and even a couple of babies in large car seats it fits us all well. The front seats are not comfy but function well. Middle row seats are adjustable to allow more or less leg room. Back seat fits three adults fine and have cup holders and good amount of room. The back has tons of room for 5 peoples luggage. Power wise the van does great with its size and fully loaded it does well up high elevations too. These have the same 3.5L motor as the 350Z and it sounds good. Trans shifts smoothly and docile, not for racing at all but will spin the tires at a stop light with Traction Control Off. Not many custom items for van, few chrome do-dads, would benefit from a new exhaust to rid of the notorious Pinch in the pipe and the restrictive muffler. Use of the 91 Octane is only usefull on days above 90deg, heavy hauling, or going up-hill alot. Perfect van for a budget and reliable as any Nissan.
  • Best Van for the $$$$$

    By Army Guy on Thursday, April 05, 2012

    4.0
    This was my 2nd consecutive Nissan Quest, with the first being the middle of the line optioned version. This time we went with the leather/DVD/auto everything model and it has been a great vehicle from the start. Driving at reasonable highway speeds yields surprising MPG, I have averaged over 28 mpg on trips of 500 miles when the geography has been more or less level. When keeping up with traffic becomes a priority, I get more like 22-23 mpg. The ONLY thing I feel could have been more solidly built on this van would be the brakes. This one is a few hundred pounds heavier than the first model, and you can feel it in the brake pedal. I had to have the brakes done at 40K miles, which is a little early in my opinion. All the electronic/power options work like a charm, although the fancy sunroof panels were a waste as I keep them closed almost all the time, they contribute significantly to the solar hotbox effect in summer sun! The seats are not as soft or even as supportive as some other model vans, but I have never had any issues with leg fatigue or discomfort on the longest trips (I regularly drive the entire duration of all family trips, some in excess of 600 miles in a day). ALSO, and this is IMPORTANT...when you fold all the seats, you can fit 4x8 sheets of plywood in the van. I've had trucks that won't hold full sheets of plywood.
  • Love this van

    By C. Evans on Tuesday, September 03, 2013

    5.0
    I love the way this van looks! Not to mention the room my teenage boys have in the 3rd row seat!!! I am not happy however, that I just replaced the catalytic converter at 98k. I haven't had many other issues but do worry at the mileage we are at now may be turning to a money pit.

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