really awful
Crashes / Fires:
1 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
79,779 miles

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2007 Nissan Quest suspension problems

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2007 Nissan Quest Owner Comments

problem #9

Oct 012015


  • 105,000 miles


I being having this problem a couple months already. Everytime that I drive my Nissan Quest for a while the gears start slipping. Before and after I make a stop it's like somebody hit me in the back.

- Panorama City, CA, USA

problem #8

Feb 172016


  • miles
My Nissan Quest has a front end suspension problem. When I'm driving and hit a bump on drivers side it pulls my wheel to the left and rattles very bad. I was looking online and seen that there is a recall on some 2007 Nissan Quest that explains exactly what is happening to mine. I called and they told me I don't have any recalls under my VIN. I got it checked and the guy said he could not see anything wrong with it. The recall is for a bolt in the front suspension to hold it to the frame. It says that some of the vehicles suspension bolt my not be torqued properly. So if possible please look into this because I don't want my front wheel to fall off while driving. Thank you!

- Evansville, IN, USA

problem #7

Mar 082016


  • 98,013 miles
1.vechicle run out of gas even though it showed it had 1/4 tank and displayed 24 miles before empty. Was stuck in the middle of high speed traffic without any warning. 2. vechicle vibrates when driving 40 miles seem to be defective transmition. 3.vechicle as loud noise coming from timing chain area. According to mechanic this is a costly and known issue with Nissan. Where timing chain guide as permature ware causing time chain to become loose and cuase noise could become a safety issue.

- Miami, FL, USA

problem #6

Jul 032014

Quest 6-cyl

  • 74,000 miles


I have a 2007 Nissan Quest that I had to replace control arm around 40000 miles and also wheel hub don't have dates for those but 2014 my transmission when put into drive would have a delay and then fall hard had mounts replace still same problem and it has been shifting hard and down shifting when didn't need to alot. RPM has been jumping high then catching into gear when diving on highway if I let off the gas and accelerate RPM go high and fall hard I am at 76000 miles with a family lemon trying to figure out what to do.

- Flushing, NY, USA

problem #5

Jul 052012

Quest 6-cyl

  • 120,000 miles
My vehicle was T-boned on the left driver side. The front quarter panel and rear quarter panel was damaged. The left wheel and tire rod was replaced. The tires were replaced but every since this accident I have had severe issues with my front end steering and rattling noise. I cannot drive over bumps without my front end feeling like it shifts and I cannot turn curves over 20 mph or else it begins to shake extremely bad. I have had multiple work done and it keeps doing the same thing. It is definitely not safe to continue driving with my kids in it but its all I have. I cannot exceed 30 mph on a straight way without the vehicle shaking vigorously.

- Louisville, KY, USA

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problem #4

Jan 162015

Quest 6-cyl

  • 189,000 miles
While driving home from work, my front passenger wheel snapped off of the control arm. Because I was doing 50 miles per hour it also ripped the axel out of the engine. I have been told it was due to a weak weld. Is this a manufactures defect?

- East Stroudsburg, PA, USA

problem #3

Aug 152012

Quest 6-cyl

  • miles


I bought my Nissan Quest 2007 SE in may of 2012.. from a dealer... after 2 months of owning my vehicle I started to notice that the front suspension would always rattle... or fell like something was hiting.. so I took it back to the dealer and said it was the suspension so he sent me to his mechanic.... after about 2 days with out my vehicle...they called me to say everything was good... it did the same thing a few week later..... at this time I noticed the the steering will was getting stiff so I had it checked the oil and yes it was a little low.. so I added power steering fluid... as I was headed to the highway at about 55 mph the steering wheel was so hard to turn to the right off highway lane... so I decided to turn back to town..... I headed to the gas station as I pulled up to a pump it sounded like a burst and all the oil started leaking... I did have this part changed as the dealer again said they did not fix this problem...I had a mechanic change the so call part..,, but my minivan has not changed at all the power steering is the same... having difficult steering, ,.,, its almost my 3rd year in may and I have not been able to know what the problem is... as I am still paying it off....I had a friend tell me to file a report and as I dont know what else to do..I did google and I have found other people say they have the some problem... please let me know what else I can do or is this a manufacture problem...

- Yuma, AZ, USA

problem #2

Mar 262013

Quest 6-cyl

  • 72,000 miles
During regular oil change dealer advised lower "a" arm of suspension and left side engine mount were defective and needed change. I responded I had extended warranty go ahead. Dealer stated there was no extended warranty, I needed to pay cash first. I insisted the dealer send someone to the car a copy of the extended warranty was in the glove compartment. The dealer finally accepted there was an extended warranty. The anomaly is that the oil drain and filter are in immediate proximity to the suspension and engine mount and the defects were not detected during previous oil changes. It was only after the factory warranty expired the defects were found. The dealer expected no warranty existed and therefore cash would need to be paid. Cash payment for non-warranty is kept solely by the dealer. My concern is the defects were found while the vehicle was still under factory warranty and we were sent back out onto the highway in a defective vehicle waiting for the factory warranty to expire. There is a possibility dealers are sending dangerous cars back out onto the highway waiting for factory warranties to expire and not have to split repair fees with corporate.

- El Centro, CA, USA

problem #1

Oct 122010

Quest 6-cyl

  • 60,000 miles
At 60000 miles had to replace the passenger wheel bearing and ABS sensor in the vehicle. At 90000 miles a knocking sound began to come from the engine while the vehicle was stopped or in park. Mechanic advised this was due to the timing chain, which is a problem due to the plastic parts that Nissan uses to hold the tension on the chain. This is a known problem with this model vehicle as numerous complainants have been filed. Concerned that Nissan knew it had a bad component and has not fixed the problem that exist. Also, now the driver side wheel bearing is bad and needs to be replaced. Started to have problems with the brakes around 30000. Fixed the brakes with oe parts, and then began to have problems with the rotors. Technician advised these problems came from the rotors getting hot. Had the rotors turned which did not work. Now I am going to have to replace the rotors on the front of the vehicle. Window motor also has went bad in the vehicle.

- Staunton, VA, USA

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