TrueDelta reports absolute repair rates that make the differences between cars much clearer. Results are updated four times a year, to track cars closely as they age.
We currently provide results for many Nissan models, but the 1999-2002 Quest isn’t included in the survey yet. For a model year to be included, at least 25 owners have to sign up to participate.
Participants simply report repairs the month after they occur on a one-page survey. When there are no repairs, they simply report an approximate odometer reading four times a year, at the end of each quarter.
To encourage participation, participants receive full access to all results, not just those for the Nissan Quest, free of charge.
For the details, and to sign up to help out:
95 Quest owners signed up so far, but most are for the current generation. More needed for the 1999 to 2002.
Now 100 signed up, but most remain the 2004+ Quest.
When driving at 75-85 mph steering wheel starts shaking. Any suggestions?
Recently enhanced the related repair history survey so that it can (optionally) be used as a personal car maintenance record.
As always, more participants would be helpful. Updated Car Reliability Survey results in May, with a preview for participants soon.
Results recently posted for a number of other models, including the 2004 Quest:
And now 128…getting there.
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