2004 Nissan Quest 3.5sl Sports Minivan, Grey Exterior, Tan Leather Interior on 2040-cars
Green Cove Springs, Florida, United States
The GOOD: this is a one owner non-smoker 2004 Nissan Quest 3.5 SL Sports Minivan, 240 HP, 6 cylinder, 7 passenger, dual power leather seats, cold A/C front and rear, power windows, power door locks, power passenger side door, cruise control, power steering & ABS brakes, privacy glass, with 208,000 miles, clear title. Well maintained, oil changed every 3000 miles. Drives great, pulls strong. Never wrecked. Good tires. The BAD: Body has a few small dents, CD stuck in player, electric back door intermittent, drivers seat stitching is split. Kelly Blue Book Value in good condition is $5,072, in fair condition is $4481 - reserve is set below fair condition value! Local pickup preferred, otherwise shipping is the responsibility of the buyer. $250 PayPal deposit required within 48 hours of closing unless other arrangements have been made. Cash preferred for balance. Feel free to ask any questions!
Nissan Quest for Sale
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Mon, 10 Mar 2014 14:00:00 EST
During the 2014 Detroit Auto Show, Nissan showed off its Sport Sedan Concept (pictured above), an orange creation meant to foreshadow the next generation of the brand's "Four-Door Sports Car," the Maxima. For the 2014 Beijing Motor Show, though, Nissan is going to deliver a Chinese take on a future four-door, with the New Sedan Concept (imaginative name, we know).
Fri, 26 Apr 2013 14:58:00 EST
Like the Nissan Friend-Me Concept from the 2013 Shanghai Motor Show, the NSC has been designed by Nissan Design China in Beijing. Outside of that, information is in short supply. Nissan claims this latest concept is targeted at the Chinese digital lifestyle. Whether it serves as an evolution of the Friend-Me's swoopy design or a regional take on Nissan's Detroit concept, though, remains to be seen.
We'll have the full slate of info on the Nissan New Sedan Concept, along with everything else that happens at the 2014 Beijing Motor Show, when the floor opens on April 23. Take a look below for the official press release from Nissan, which also includes a recap of previously debuted models that will be shown at Beijing.
Not Just For Families
Wed, 13 Nov 2013 19:00:00 EST
Since our long-term 2013 Nissan Pathfinder joined the Autoblog Garage in late December of last year, the only time I've really spent with it has been during the short periods of time between my co-workers' longer loans. Until now, my experiences with our Mocha Stone tester have been limited to pick-ups and drop-offs at various locations around the greater Michigan/Ohio area, not to mention keeping the vehicle clean inside and out, as well as handling our first bit of scheduled maintenance in late March.
I was pleased, then, to actually be able to spend most of the month of April with our Pathfinder, finally giving me a chance to see what everyone else does and does not like about Nissan's new crossover. But here's the thing: I'm admittedly not the ideal person to test a family-minded vehicle. I'm single and in my late twenties, so something like our other long-term car, the 2013 Hyundai Veloster Turbo, is better suited to meet my everyday needs.
The jury may still be out on whether it'll be legal to drive with Google Glass on your nose, but that doesn't mean automakers are going to sit around waiting to see which way the wind blows in one jurisdiction or another. Mercedes-Benz, for example, is already working on ways to integrate its infotainment system into Google Glass, but Nissan is taking things a step further by developing its own wearable tech.
The device is called Nissan 3E, and we don't have much information to go on at this point - just a couple of images, a terse press release and the highly stylized (and rather painful-looking) video below. The Japanese automaker lists internet connectivity and communication as the primary features. But we'd have to assume that, if an automaker is developing it, the device would have some relevance to, you know... driving.
The possibilities are endless, extending from turn-by-turn directions and track information to vehicle metrics and intuitive control of the car's auxiliary controls. We'll have to wait until we get to Tokyo to find out more, but between this and the smartwatch concept it revealed in Frankfurt, Nissan seems to be on a bit of a gadget streak lately.