fairly significant
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
12,250 miles

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2006 Nissan Quest wheels / hubs problems

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2006 Nissan Quest Owner Comments

problem #4

May 272010

Quest 6-cyl

  • miles


2006 Nissan Quest, lost it's front left tire while traveling westbound. The tire was never found. (Ohio crash report # 10-0286-91) updated 08/05/10

- Thurmont, MD, USA

problem #3

Dec 232009


  • 21,000 miles
Michelin pax system tires on a 2006 Nissan Quest SE. We have the Michelin pax tires on our minivan and they are constantly losing air, are very loud and stiff, and worst of all are very poor and dangerous in snow. We have not had good luck this past week maneuvering our minivan in any type of snow or on any slippery road surface. Our vehicle can not have any other type of tire because of the system that is installed from factory and we only have 21,000 miles on the van and need new tires which cost on unbelievable amount of money (over $1200) for replacement tires when they are still very new!!! no deaths or injuries yet and we hope there never are. However, we are not able to replace our tires every year for that cost and from some other people we have talked to at the tire stores and at the dealership, it sounds like we will have to get new tires about every 20-30K and that the tires do not handle well in snow or rain. Well, sounds unsafe to me! nor do they hold air very well so my little kids and I are always trying to get air in the tires at the local gas stations. Absurd! please help.

- Albertville, MN, USA

problem #2

Jun 062008


  • miles
Failure of Michelin pax tire on 2006 Nissan Quest. The vehicle had run flat tires and did not come equipped with a jack or spare tire. Michelin claimed the vehicle could be driven safely for up to 25 miles even if the tire was completely flat, however the vehicle was driven 2/10 of a mile and the inner ring was damaged. While the consumers wife was driving, the right rear tire lost air pressure. The consumer placed air in the tire to get the vehicle home. A local Michelin dealer informed the consumer they did not service run flat tires. The consumer then contacted the dealer where the vehicle was purchased and they too stated they were not equipped to the service the wheel and tire provided by Nissan motors. The consumer was given another location to Transport the vehicle to. The consumer stated the tires were flawed. The consumer stated he was not told with the Michelin pax tire and wheel system installed, the vehicle became dedicated to only using the pax wheel system.

- Monmouth, IL, USA

problem #1

Oct 232008


  • 28,000 miles
I bought my car new in 2006. It was sold with the tubless tires or tires that can be driven over 100 miles to the nearest place that can help you. The first set of tires were exactly like the second set of tires. They were rotated and balanced and inflated to manufacturer recommendations. The tires did not last even a year. I had to replace each set due to poor wearing. They became treadless and the cords were actually wearing through the tires. I still have my last set for someone to look at. One of the tires were actually flat but due to the faulty make of the tire my cares sensors did not detect that the tire was actually running flat. The tire is very unsafe and is a hazard. The rotors and brakes also shake when you mash on the brake pedal. I have since put new tires on that are regular tires and not tubless tires. I have also take my vehicle to the dealer who has turned the rotors and put on new brake pads. I also have taken it to another mechanic who has on the first visit turned the rotors and adjusted the brake pads and on the next visit had to replace the rotors and brakepads both. I am still having trouble with my rotors and brakes. The rotors shake when you put on the brakes still. My tires have been fine since I changed tires.

- Greeneville, TN, USA

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