The indiscriminate, interchangeable use of QUIET (without noise) and QUITE (adverb, intensifier) is very common among those who write in American English. Either variant can be used for either meaning.
Is there any chance of giving an example whereby either variant is being used to give either meaning.
The use of "quiet" in two different sentences.
Are you suggesting something like the following?
My new Honda is quite quiet.
My new Honda is quiet quite.
Either variant has been used for either meaning... Are both sentences correct ?