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If you have ever owned a Nissan QX and had to replace any parts, then please share your experience with us. We would also like to hear about the performance of these replacement parts. You can write your review in the comments box at the bottom of the page.

Nissan QX Overview

The Nissan QX is classed as a mid-sized sedan and was produced by the Japanese automobile manufacturing company Nissan. The QX was in production from 1994 to 2003 and was better known as the Nissan Maxima QX. This was the name used for this vehicle in Europe, where as it was known as the Nissan Cefiro in other worldwide markets. The engine on this car is very smooth runner but it is not the best when it comes to fuel economy. This car is very spacious family saloon which is comfortable and good to drive. The driving position isn’t great, the handling is poor and the steering is lacking. Does this sound like your experience of this vehicle?

Nissan QX History

The first generation MX (1994-98) was more commonly known as the Nissan Maxima QX and was the name used for the European market. This vehicle was a replacement for the previous version Nissan Cefiro. It was much rounder in design than its predecessors and became front wheel drive instead of rear wheel drive.

The second generation (1998-2003) was more of an evolution of the previous version with not too many alterations made to the vehicle. In 2001 this version had a makeover, which was mainly to the styling, interior and some mechanical upgrades. The QX name was discontinued in 2003.

Model Types

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SE
SEL

Fuel Economy

The Nissan QX was available in 2.0, 2.5, 3.0 and 3.5L petrol engines. The smaller 2.0L engine was the most economical, offering around 28mpg which is not very good. Which engine did you have and how did it perform in terms of fuel economy? Remember to think about the age, engine size and fuel type when considering fuel economy.

Transmission

The Nissan QX was available in 5-speed manual and 4-speed automatic gearboxes. Which gearbox did you have and how did you rate its performance? We have a section of our website dedicated to Nissan gearbox parts, where you can begin your search for the gearbox parts you need for your QX.

Parts

Breakeryard can help you to find the right parts at the right prices. We have a vast network of UK Breakers with part available for all makes and models at incredibly low prices. There are two ways to begin your search: Entering your vehicle details in our part finder or visiting the QX parts page of our website.