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2017 4x4 Conversion - Companies and Prices


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#1 EnigmaMan

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Posted 24 August 2018 - 08:16 PM

I just signed up for this forum hopefully looking some some advice on converting my 2017 Nissan NV 3500HD to a 4x4 system. I wanted to put together a current price sheet and capabilities and details for others to reference as to who is available to do this work as well as prices to save them time and $$ when looking for information! But be sure to do your research and call each company for an updated price sheet etc

 

Quigley 

-Location : Pennsylvania 

- Price ~$12,500 for a conversion Includes High/ Low gears

- Currently will start taking orders in October 2018 and won't start actual production until April of 2019! 

- Quigley will allow you to drop ship your vehicle directly from nissan and during the 15 day upgrade process you dont pay anything until you take possession for it. 

 

- Warranty - If you have <5,000 miles on your rig, you get the 5 year 100k quigley warranty. However if you have +5,001 miles, you still pay the same price and only receive a 3 year 36k warranty for the quigley components but still the 5 year 100k warranty from Nissan. 

 

 

Advanced 4x4 Vans

- Location:  Utah

http://advanced4x4va...van-conversion/

- Price ~$11,500 Includes High / Low gears

- Offers a 2 year / 24k warranty

- Takes 10-15 days to convert and they are already doing conversions on the 2017 and 2018.

 

 

Both places require you to get the vehicle to their respective shop in Pennsylvania or Utah wait 10-15 days then you can ship or drive it back. 

 

Are there additional shops around the country that perform this upgrade? 

 

 


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Posted 24 August 2018 - 09:29 PM

Welcome. Based on readers’ posts, it’s Advanced or Quigley. Few have been willing to provide details...

If you google “who does 4x4 conversions?” others will pop up. Whitefeather in California is one. I have seen them mentioned on the Sportsmobile forum but only a mention. SMB types are solidly Quigley. At one point, it appeared SMB West was doing Quigley approved conversions in their facility. Their web site continues to claim they will convert any van into a campervan. No mention of 4x4 conversion.
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Posted 27 August 2018 - 09:36 AM

Good to know. I am hoping there is some options to do them closer to the southeast and not have to drive to Utah or California to do this conversion!! 

 

great information though! 


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Posted 27 August 2018 - 06:24 PM

I looked at the Whitefeather site; they exclusively convert Sprinters. Wonder about demand with MB factory 4wd available.

Best to stick with Advanced or Quigley as they are familiar with NVs and no known problems reported.

Shipping your NV is an option, then pick it up and start an adventure...
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Posted 28 August 2018 - 09:01 AM

I agree with Rad.  Stick with Quigley or Advanced.  They are the two specialists with the NV and that is a lot of money up front with a long term investment afterwards.  

 

Where in the Southeast are you?  We're in the Greenville area of South Carolina.


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Posted 20 September 2018 - 02:21 PM

I am down here near West Palm Beach, FL but do take road trips from time to time and with hurricanes etc, you never know when you are going to hop a curb / object and need 4wd! 

 

My only options are PA or UT to do this conversion which is not really right around the corner :-D 



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Posted 06 April 2019 - 03:31 PM

I'm a little late to this post but if you haven't done your conversion yet, there is another Nissan Dealer in Utah who does an all Nissan conversion using Titan parts. No frame mods needed on the 3500. $15000 but can be serviced at any Nissan dealer. I'm considering this option right now so would be interested to hear your thoughts if you look into it.



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Posted Yesterday, 09:44 PM

I had always heard that Quigley didn’t include 4 low. The Tim Dahle all Nissan part conversion looks a little more polished than the Advanced conversion since it uses an electronic switch for the transfer case. You can check it out on YouTube

It looks nice but that is a significant increase in price. I would have thought that it would be cheaper since it doesn’t require the labor involved in the cutting the frame and floor from the Advanced conversion. Over all I have been happy with my 4x4 NV from Advanced.






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