I hit the junkyardalways looking for Vehicle with final numbers on the odometer. With so many Hondas and Toyotas with over 300,000 miles on them, he doesn’t consider them particularly noteworthy (with the exception of ultra-low spec cheap models like the Tercel and Civic VX). Even Mercedes-Benz is quite expensive.It was unexpectedly difficult to find abandoned nissan car It crossed the 300k mark. Today’s Junkyard Gem is only the fourth article of his that I have recorded.
The highest mileage scrap Nissan I’ve found before today’s minivans is a 1994 Maxima with 364,238 miles on it, followed by: 1987 Maxima, 341,176 miles And a 1986 200SX with 309,222 miles. Nissan didn’t use his six-digit odometer on most U.S. market vehicles until the early 1980s, and in the early 2000s it adopted electronic odometers, which are difficult to read in junkyards. Please remember that This means that potential long-range Nissan vehicles are limited to his 1983 to his 2000 model years.
The Quest/Villager platform is derived from Maxima and the engine is pure Nissan, a 3.0-liter VG30 V6 rated at 151 hp. The only transmission available on the first generation (1993-1999) Quest/Villager he was a 4-speed automatic.
This appears to have been sold as new. Pueblo’s Landrum Nissan.
The rear glass is painted flat black, presumably to keep valuable cargo from prying eyes.
Back seats are long gone, so this van has probably been carrying luggage for most of its long life.
The front interior looks good. why is this van here?
There was body damage to the left rear and right front, suggesting that the crash may have bent the suspension beyond the limits that warranted repair. Perhaps the wrinkled metal made this van look too ugly, or maybe it was the powertrain issues.
It’s time to expect more from minivans.
It’s all fun and games until your toddler gets behind the wheel.