Smooth-Handling Family Minivan Featured at Goodwill Auto Auction
Need a larger vehicle for
your growing family? We have just the one for you at this week’s Goodwill Auto
Auction, where we’re featuring a smooth-driving 2007 Nissan Quest Minivan.
Nissan debuted the Quest in
1992 and produced it until 2016. The first two generations of the minivan were
developed under a joint venture between Ford and Nissan, with most of the North
American assembly taking place at Ford’s plant in Avon Lake, Ohio. Later
generations of the vehicle were revised by Nissan and built on the same
platform as Nissan’s popular Altima, Murano, and Maxima sedans.
The 2007 Quest we’re
featuring comes from the third generation, the first generation produced after
Ford and Nissan abandoned their joint agreement. Under the hood, this Quest has
a 3.5 liter, V6 engine with a five-speed automatic transmission and front-wheel
drive. The five-door minivan has seating for seven, with a flat-folding rear
bench and two middle seats that fold flat into the floor for additional cargo
space. The average fuel economy for the 2007 Nissan Quest is 18 MPG in the city
and 25 MPG on the highway, which is comparable for minivans of the same size.
Because the 2007 Quest
shares the same platform as Nissan’s best-selling sedans, it offers a car-like
drive feel and smooth, easy handling. For drivers who like to sit higher and
have a better view of the road, the Quest is an ideal solution. The front seat
has an eight-way adjustable seat so drivers of all heights can find their
With attractive, modern
styling and standard safety features including ABS, front, rear, and third-row
head airbags, and seatbelt pre-tensioners, the 2007 Nissan Quest is a smart
choice for busy families on the go. Kelley Blue Book users give the 2007 Quest
an average rating of 4 out of 5 for its “road handling,” “quality,” and
To place your bid on this
family-friendly minivan, you’ll need to be at our Goodwill Auto Auction in
Cincinnati on Saturday, November 9th. Be prepared for the holiday season in a
sweet new ride for your whole family!
The Ohio Valley Goodwill Auto Auction is held each
Saturday at 10600 Springfield Pike in Woodlawn, Ohio. Registration starts at
8:00 a.m., and the auction begins promptly at 9:00 a.m.
Holiday Extreme Makeover Car is Here!
Already the perfect color for the Holiday season, Dale
Donovan and a host of 2019 Sponsors are working on the 2019 Extreme Makeover
Car—a red 2003 Infiniti SX35—to get it ready for its big debut on Saturday,
December 7th! Mark your calendars and find out more here. Our most sincere thanks to the 2019 Sponsors- 55 KRC,
Dale Donovan Auto and Tire, Frank’s Heavy Collision Repair, KOI Auto Parts, and
Goodyear for their support of the Holiday Extreme Makeover Car.
Remember, if you have a vehicle that you don’t need
anymore, donate it to Ohio Valley Goodwill! Ohio Valley Goodwill is the place
to donate a car in Cincinnati. As Cincinnati’s original auto auction, we’ve
built our entire vehicle donation and auction process in-house, which means
there’s no outside (for-profit) auction company getting a cut of the proceeds generated
from the vehicle you donate.
We make it easy to make a car donation because we accept
vehicles in any condition at our convenient drop
sites, or you can arrange to
have your vehicle towed FREE of charge! Donating a car to Goodwill is a good
deed you can feel great about because the proceeds from your generous vehicle
donation will help someone go to work in our community.
Visit www.goodwillcars.com to find out more. Thank you, Greater Cincinnati, for your