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Choose the appropriate model year for the Nissan Quest you are trying to find the coolant type for from the list below.
You can find 9 different trims for the Nissan Quest and their corresponding recommended coolant type.
The years available stretch from 1994 through to 2017 and to view the coolant type and capacity you just click to expand.
The Quest first joined Nissan’s lineup back in 1993. From there, another three generations were released onto the various markets. However, the fourth-gen model represented the final version as Nissan decided to discontinue it in 2017.
However, this was not the first time for the Quest to be retired. Its history on the market was first stopped in 2002.
It was then brought back two years later in 2004, until it was retired yet again in 2009.
Nissan then reintroduced the final generation in 2011. It has been over six years since its last discontinuation, making it very likely that the model is gone for good. In fact, the release of the Nissan Elgrand as its successor makes this almost certain.
Each generation of the Quest was given a code. This meant that the first was called the V40, while the second was called the V41, and so on.
Nissan released just four trim levels for the final version of the model. These started with the base S, followed by the SV, SL, and finally the top of the range, the LE.
Powertrain options for the minivan were fairly limited throughout its multiple generations. This typically meant only a single 3.5 L V6 was offered. While the engine size itself changed slightly, it was always a petrol V6.
These engines were mated with fairly small automatic transmissions. For the third-gen version, options included either a 4-speed or a 5-speed gearbox. This was then limited to just a single CVT for the final version of the Quest.