Nissan
Nissan

Nissan

Nissan Motor Company is a Japanese multinational automobile manufacturer headquartered in Nishi-ku, Yokohama, Japan. The company sells its vehicles under the Nissan, Infiniti, and Datsun brands, with in-house performance tuning products labelled Nismo.





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I had the opportunity to buy a vehicle brand new. I choose a 2004 Nissan Ti
I had the opportunity to buy a vehicle brand new. I choose a 2004 Nissan Titian! I love this truck. I have taken pride in caring for my truck. I bought the LE Crew Cab in wonderful green color brand new off the floor in 2004 from Coast Nissan in San Luis Obispo. There has been a huge issue that started a year after I bought the truck. The clear coat is coming off the roof of the vehicle and the hood. I have paid for the truck to be waxed, clayed, and restored over the years trying not to pay for the whole truck to be repainted. Although, I have taken many steps to preserve and protect the paint, it’s not! Note that there was another issue with the extras that come with the LE model, heated seats. The driver’s seat almost caught fire and the dealer made me pay for the replacement stating it was my responsibility. I was the one that wanted them. I don’t think I fully understand how Nissan won’t take responsibility for a defective product that could have caused harm or destroyed the vehicle entirely. It is a standard upgrade that comes in the LE model and it is not a customer requested extra! I am writing this just to spread the word about Nissan faulty paint and unaccountable customer care. Although, fixing the paint would be the right thing to do!
Published: February 12, 2012
Karrie of 3471 Cooper St, CA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I bought my 2012 Pathfinder with 2,500 miles about a month ago. It has been
I bought my 2012 Pathfinder with 2,500 miles about a month ago. It has been in the dealer seven times, twice for the car will jump into 4X4 automatically and check engine light comes on. Due to some bogus info from the tech at the dealer about too much trans fluid being put in, Nissan has voided my warranty for the trans. No one will call me back from Nissan executive levels or even try to help in any way. The car has 4,000 miles on it and I am over a barrel. If anyone has any contact number or Carlos **s phone number, let me know. Thanks.
Published: November 29, 2012
Erik of Shelby Township, MI
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I purchased my 2013 Nissan Pathfinder SV on 9/25/14 from Miller Nissan In F
I purchased my 2013 Nissan Pathfinder SV on 9/25/14 from Miller Nissan In Fairfield CT. It was not disclosed that the vehicle had 3 previous repairs for the transmission. I brought the car in on 10/13/14 and was told it needed a new transmission since this was the 4th time trying to repair the issue. Upon pulling the records for the vehicle, it was shown that the previous owner had been in numerous times for the transmission. The first date the transmission was reprogrammed was 12/5/12. The car was sold to the previous owner in 2014 and on 3/29/14 she reported a bucking with the car. They reprogrammed the transmission at this point. She did not have the vehicle from 3/29-3/31/14. She returned again on 4/2/14 with the same complaint bucking. She returned again on 4/4/14 and they reprogrammed the transmission again. She did not have her vehicle from 4/4/14-4/25/15 (mileage 6127). She had at some point returned the vehicle to Miller Nissan. I went in to buy the vehicle 9/22/14 and they put in the leather as I requested ($1500). On the repair order it also stated that they should check the transmission for shudder on access. I went in on 9/25/14 and picked up the vehicle and NONE of this information was given to me. I purchased the vehicle and 2 weeks later brought it in on 10/13/14 with 13,316 miles on it because of a heavy shudder and shaking. They replaced the transmission at this point with 13,983 miles on it. I was not happy, spoke to all the managers at Miller Nissan, 6 months pregnant with my 3rd child, Not having my car for 15 days. They said there was nothing they could do. Basically I was sold the car under a lie about the transmission because I specifically asked about the transmission and was NOT TOLD that it had been in previously 3 times for the issue. On 2/18/16 I brought in the vehicle due to recalls and they reprogrammed the transmission again at that time. I did not have my car from 2/18-3/18/16. Again Very pregnant and I had my baby on 3/2/15. I contacted Nissan 9/11/17 regarding transmission issues again. I went into the sales department to try to see if they would take my car in and get me a new one to fix the issue they created by selling me a car that had known transmission issues that were not disclosed. The salesperson and manager wanted me to put in another 5K into the car I wanted to purchase and raise my monthly payments, not only throwing away that already $10,000 I paid on the car but also putting more money into it. I walked out and told them I would contact Nissan corporate which I did on this day to open a case. I went back on 9/14/17 because of the transmission issues that had been ongoing and they advised me that I needed another transmission replacement.I asked for a big rental car for my 3 kids and they said they did not have one. Finally after complaining and leaving no choice to them they got me into an Enterprise rental. I did not have my vehicle from 9/14-9/22/17. I picked up my vehicle last Friday and drove it over the weekend and it drove worse than when I dropped it off. I called Nissan, when in the meantime I was in contact with ConsumerAffairs in an attempt for Nissan to buy back this car upon which I was denied. I called Miller Nissan and brought my car back in on Friday, 9/29/17 and they provided me with a rental with took 2 hours for them to get for me. No one called me on Friday and when I called they advised they were still working on the car and that they found another transmission issue. I got a call today 9/30/17 and they advised me they attempted to reprogram the car and it did not fix the issue so they had to take it apart and install new parts to the transmission and needed to look at the torque converter along with other issues. This car is CLEARLY A LEMON. Nissan needs to make this right. This is not fair to me and my family and our well being and safety is being compromised by this car. I will be without my car again until next week again. This just shows this car is NOT FIXABLE and will continue to have issues with the transmission. Neither Miller Nissan nor Nissan USA is resolving this issue.
Published: September 30, 2017
Janie of Trumbull, CT
Source: consumeraffairs.com

3 weeks ago I went to get my car check at my mechanic place. Everything was
3 weeks ago I went to get my car check at my mechanic place. Everything was fine.. Week later as I was driving my transmission broke and I did drop off at my local Nissan dealership. Next day I got the phone call from Nissan - my transmission is done but Im lucky was still under warranty which was extended by Nissan because of a lot of cases of broken transmissions. Dealership said I will be free of charge (that was Friday). I had to wait 4 days for loaner car because Nissan needed to send approval - got it. Tuesday I receive phone call my subframe is broken and axle rubber is no good so they wont charge me for labor and axle, just for subframe 1100$. When I start to question them how come something is broken now when day before only transmission was for change and everything else was fine besides transmission on top of my check up week before, they started to be rude and give me wrong info every hour. End of story for now is they put everything back with new transmission but not axle anymore and frame - my point is I know its hard to prove if frame is broken or not before you take transmission but I did check up and everything was fine so all I want is meet half way so keep your fingers crossed. Definitely wont purchase NISSAN again and customer service is horrible. I know I can write whatever I want. They dont care anyway but I want people to know and be another one to show how bad they are.
Published: November 14, 2016
Sylvia of Eht, NJ
Source: consumeraffairs.com

The material from inside damaged pre-catalyst entered engine causing engine
The material from inside damaged pre-catalyst entered engine causing engine failure. Is Nissan going to repair my engine? There have been thousands of Nissans with this problem. Should I hire an attorney to help me?
Published: February 27, 2012
Anne of Plymouth, MA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I have received one statement in the 5 months I have now had the car. I hav
I have received one statement in the 5 months I have now had the car. I have not received one email, correspondence, or phone call from these people. I was not late in January for a payment and they lied and reported to the credit bureaus that I never made a payment in January when I paid $465 on 1/10/13. And then on 2/1/13, I made another payment which was supposed to be on 1/31/13 and then 2 payments in February as well on 2/23/13. They suck as a car manufacturer and as a lien holder. There was a reason that I had never purchased a car from them after 10 years ago and now I know why. I had leased a car with them for 7 months and got rid of it and now, after 5 months, I am ready to get rid of this car too. The fact is that it is a piece of crap and so is the company. They suck and they need to fix their error on my credit report as because of their screw up, my credit score dropped 40 points and now I will lose the new home I am buying.
Published: February 28, 2013
Stacy of Simi Valley, CA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

There is a manufacturers defect with certain 2009 Nissan models. Nissan is
There is a manufacturers defect with certain 2009 Nissan models. Nissan is aware of the issue, but we are being forced to pay for the repair. The cost of the repair will be 1100 dollars, not including what we paid to have the car towed to the dealership. Again, this is not due to normal wear and tear. Our car was in perfectly good condition until the moment it simply stopped working. When I contacted Nissan Consumer Affairs to report the problem, I was also made aware that the reason we never heard of the problem was that they had the previous owner, Michael something, listed rather than us. So the mailing may have gone to him, not us. We purchased the car from Nissan of Woburn as a Certified Pre-Owned vehicle. How is that possible?By the time I spoke with the second individual from Nissan, our information was updated and she claimed Nissan cannot guarantee that recall information is mailed to the correct owner. What?? Hopefully someone who might have a life threatening recall issue doesnt miss that mailing, huh, Nissan? I certainly receive plenty of junk mail from Nissan that seems to arrive without delay.Nissan is aware of this MANUFACTURERS DEFECT and the woman I spoke with, in a condescending and apathetic manner, said they will not pay for the repair despite it not being due to normal wear and tear and that there is nothing they can do at this time. Consumer beware. This demonstrates a lack of integrity in their car making as well as their responsibility to the consumer.
Published: December 14, 2015
Jennifer of Acton , MA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

My situation is no different than most of these other complaints, so Ill be
My situation is no different than most of these other complaints, so Ill be brief. My local Nissan dealership says that they have no idea why my 2011 Juke refuses to start from time to time. Even after replacing my alternator, (700.00) they still dont know. Its a pity that the Nissan dealership cant repair their own vehicles.
Published: July 21, 2016
Leonard of Rock Hill, SC
Source: consumeraffairs.com

On January 15th, 2015 I met with Internet advisor of Nissan of Duarte to tr
On January 15th, 2015 I met with Internet advisor of Nissan of Duarte to trade in my 2012 Prius C for 2015 Leaf thinking I was going from hybrid to electric. What was I thinking? I traded in my Prius for 2015 leaf. When I left dealership leaf wasnt fully charged I was given option of taking my Prius home and to have leaf delivered next day. I figured Leaf had enough gas to get me home and I could charge it the next day. Boy was I wrong. As I was driving approaching Burbank the gas bars kept going down which forced me to exit freeway and head to Glendale Nissan hoping I could charge vehicle... Unfortunately it is 11 pm and dealer is closed. I am stranded with brand new car alone in front of Nissan dealership. I had to contact Nissan roadside assistance to tow vehicle to my home. I got home past 2 am frustrated and exhausted I had to miss work the next day.The whole process of charging vehicle at home only works if you have your own place, if you rent like me it is simply not practical. I had to go to dealership near my home to charge vehicle daily. This car only allows you to go so many miles without requiring recharge, not worth it if it is main car in your household. 3rd day with this car and I had to call AAA again because me and my spouse were stranded at gas station after going to a theater 15 miles away from home car required charging again pathetic. On 4th day I contacted Internet representative from Nissan of Duarte and demanded something to be done. I couldnt be stuck with a lemon on a lease for 5 years and in spite of everything I was willing to do business with Nissan. I returned Nissan leaf on 1/18/15 and leased 2015 nissan altima and after having car for 4 days only I was stuck with 10000 negative equity on top of 24000 for Altima lease for 5 years. I am paying almost $600 month for an Altima and after recently contacting nissan consumer affairs I was told that nissan of Duarte followed proper procedures. Talk about complete rip off. Beware false mileage advertising of leaf and company that doesnt stand behind its products. The worse part this is 2nd vehicle purchased at this dealer but after going through depression and all stay away if you can therere better cars in the market. My ratings below pertain to Leaf.
Published: June 25, 2015
Filza of Mission Hills, CA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Too bad we cant choose zero stars. CVT trany quit and they wont do a thing
Too bad we cant choose zero stars. CVT trany quit and they wont do a thing about it, even though they have been sued and lost, wonderful stuff. Never buy one, they wont stand behind their product because it isnt bulletproof. Grow a set Nissan.
Published: December 8, 2018
Clint of Ben Wheeler, TX
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Nissan quietly extended the warranty for the CVT (transmission) from 5 year
Nissan quietly extended the warranty for the CVT (transmission) from 5 years/60,000 miles to 10 years/120,000 because of all the problems people are having, everything from shaking to accelerating at stop signs. Its a genuine safety concern. My wifes 2008 Nissan Rogue has the same problem. We took it in for service and they replaced the transmission. However, theyre charging us $2,700 for a new transfer case, a transfer case thats included in the original powertrain warranty that connects to the transmission. The mechanic at Nissan of Bourne in Massachusetts tried to tell me the problem started with the transfer case and not the transmission. I find this hard to believe since Nissan is obviously having issues with the transmission, or else they wouldnt have had to extend the original warranty.There is no reason why Nissan should be charging customers for their own substandard parts. To replace the transmission but not the transfer case which is part of the transmission, is flat-out dishonest. Now well have to spend money we dont have because Nissan wont live up to its own warranty on parts they know are bad. There shouldve been a recall in the first place for safety reasons, but Nissan is trying to mitigate their losses at the expense of their customers. This is not right and it should be addressed.
Published: April 23, 2012
Aaron of Norton, MA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Stay away from Nissan. We purchased our certified pre-owned vehicle 8 month
Stay away from Nissan. We purchased our certified pre-owned vehicle 8 months ago with 6,000 miles on it, and have had the check engine light come on 6 times. Each time, the Mass Air Flow Sensor being the error code. The dealership fixes it, but yet it keeps becoming a problem. The last time the check engine light came on, it stalled on the highway, nearly having us smashed by a tractor trailer. Yet, the dealership and Nissan continue to give us the run-around and refuse to cancel our loan, or provide us with a reasonable remedy, even after a formal complaint was filed. Do not buy any vehicle from Nissan.
Published: July 18, 2018
Julia of Hagerstown, MD
Source: consumeraffairs.com

My car was bought brand new 2013 Nissan Sentra. The car has less than 68000
My car was bought brand new 2013 Nissan Sentra. The car has less than 68000 miles on it and the transmission has gone out. Nissan Corporation has been a complete nightmare to deal with. They will not stand by their cars even when there is a lot of complaints about this type transmission. I have filed a complaints. They are the worse company I have ever experienced.
Published: February 17, 2018
Lisa of Saint Augustine, FL
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I sign for my daughter to have a new car for college. My daughter had a fla
I sign for my daughter to have a new car for college. My daughter had a flat. I told her to take it to Kia, we bought the Gap Ins. The service dept told her that it was not covered so I told them just to put the spare on. Come to find out there was no spare or kit in the new vehicle. Well I was very upset about that. I should have been told that. Anyway, I call Consumer Affairs to report it, I talk to Bruce and he told me to email him my receipt and he would refund me for a new tire or kit. I emailed Bruce on July 29, 2014 and I have been getting the runaround ever since. Well they just lost a customer for a $106.00 dollars and now Bruce, I will be too busy telling everyone about how Great your customer Service Skills are.
Published: August 12, 2014
Linda of Dallaa , TX
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Purchased a 2013 used Nissan in August 2019. By May 2021 paint started chip
Purchased a 2013 used Nissan in August 2019. By May 2021 paint started chipping and can now easily peeled off. While driving on the highway, multiple chips of paint hit the windshield - also above windshield and on door and trunk. AWFUL paint job! DAddario Nissan or corporate will not take care of it. I wish I could attach photos to really do it justice.
Published: September 30, 2021
John of Derby, CT
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Dealer: Leckner Nissan of Springfield, VA. Date and Time: 4th September, 20
Dealer: Leckner Nissan of Springfield, VA. Date and Time: 4th September, 2018. (1)KeyTag#**, Invoice#**, I took car in for oil change, when I was about to pick up the car, I was informed and also saw my car was damaged because the person pulling the car in the garage hit the left side of the drywall. It sounds like a horror movie! That will cost me time to come back to repair the left side door. (2) Also one of recommendations on the above mentioned invoice stated: Battery soon $194.00. So I went to Auto Advance to test its battery installed in my Nissan, Auto Advance ran two different tests: one is battery good: 583/600 and 595/600, and another result of running the car: good 583/600. So what did it mean on invoice?
Published: September 5, 2018
ES of Springfield, VA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I dropped off my car Monday, 8/1 Nissan Service Dept. for replacements &
I dropped off my car Monday, 8/1 Nissan Service Dept. for replacements & repairs that I waited for one month due to my front end collision car accident. I spoke Carrie Service Advisor, Tuesday, 8/2 and she was so nice saying everything is going to be done as we went over the repair list and I told her that I would like to speak to Mark the Tech when I come to pick up my car on Thursday, 8/4. She agreed. I went to the front service desk and asked to speak to Mark. Carrie comes instead with an attitude like what is it. She says he’s helping someone. I told her I would wait for him (My insurance company Hartford paid them to do the repairs and the extension repairs).I had to ask for alignment after they said everything was repaired. So only then did they notice the R/F camber and FRT Cross Camber was damage. Mark told me that he took it out for a ride and he thought it was ok instead of performing an alignment. Back to Carrie, she walked me out to my car and I asked her about the replacement on the driver seat belt which has too much slack and not enough tension. She said they replaced it but it turns out to have the very same problem as when I took it in to be exchanged. Carrie and I both sat in the driver seat and it wouldn’t lock. So Carrie gets a Tech and he sits in the seat and it doesnt work for him either. It wouldnt lock with even a rapid pull, and the new repair order said “new belt works fine” (I don’t think it was replaced – same problem).So the Tech says to me that the original manufacturer belt should never have locked, only the passenger side does for Child Seats (I couldn’t believe he said that to me. No one puts young toddler in passenger seat). Then the Tech says to me, “Believe me if you ever get in another accident the belt will work”. This statement to me is NOT ACCEPTABLE nor does it make me feel any BETTER. Why is it that the passenger seat locks and that was replaced the same time as the drivers seatbelt. So end result is that my seatbelt is no different than when I dropped the car off on Monday, 8/1 to be replaced as promised. I believe Nissan is putting my life in danger. I do not feel protected. The tech said to me that I need to get over the fear from my car accident.I explained to Carrie and the Tech that I don’t feel secure or safe without the seat locking. So Carrie says to me to call 1-800- Nissan. And Carrie and the Tech walked away from my car. As I began to drive off the parking lot with amazement, the Tech ran out with a flyer explaining Seat Belt Function Stationary Check. It reads: Grasp the shoulder webbing and pull forward quickly. The retractor should LOCK and prevent the belt from extending further. And this action new happened.I went home and I called another car dealership and they said it should lock at least when I bend forward. Can you please HELP me - is this a faulty seatbelt and I would just like to talk to the tech Mark who did the work on my car accident. I have some questions & concerns about my alignment. I was to get a 4 wheel full alignment and they did a Thrust Angle Alignment, is that partial or full alignment. I would like a print out of the alignment before and after to see the results. I need to know if my car frame is ok. I asked for copies of the paperwork that I signed and the person at the service desk wouldnt do it me. They gave me the GUEST COPY. I would like copies for my Insurance Records.
Published: August 6, 2016
Margaret of Henderson, CO
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I bought my 2012 Verse from Nissan of Edison in February. I start experienc
I bought my 2012 Verse from Nissan of Edison in February. I start experiencing the engine light coming on after having the car only two (2) months. I read the manual and checked the gas cap, after a week the light went away. December 2013 the engine light came back on and the light have been on more than off since then. The car have put me down on more than three (3) times in the last month going to work. The Nissan service department is the worst. They over talk you. I was told that I should use BP gas only which I thought was outrageous. I have family members and friends with BMWs, Audios, etc. and they use different gas. Im not certain if they think I am stupid or what. I refuse to pay to have the car check or to pay for a gas filter that now the service department say I need. I will tell everyone I know not to buy any brand of Nissan car and most of all their service department stinks and is horrible.
Published: October 27, 2014
Teresa of South Plainfield, NJ
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Extremely poor customer service from Nissan UK after reporting numerous fau
Extremely poor customer service from Nissan UK after reporting numerous faults on my new car (Nissan Note). The local dealer has done their best with no support from the manufacturer. The car has the following problems - front wings have been changed after painting. Windscreen trims loose and fell off. Drive belt replaced due to slipping. Front window trims NS/OS not fitting. Front NS seat base cover keeps coming off. Water leaks into rear OS footwell caused by two seam welds being missed in manufacturing a damaged air vent and dented body panel. Air conditioning pump leaking and no gas but very noisy. I would definitely recommend staying clear of a new Nissan of any type.
Published: February 10, 2017
Andrew of Dorchester, Other
Source: consumeraffairs.com

In May 2014 I purchased a used 2010 Nissan Frontier pickup truck from Lynne
In May 2014 I purchased a used 2010 Nissan Frontier pickup truck from Lynnes Nissan west in Stanhope N.J. They talked me into purchasing a bumper to bumper warranty. In May 2015 the airbag light came on, and I took to them for repair, they wanted $125 to diagnose the problem. It was told to me then that there is no such warranty and airbags arent covered. I called corporate headquarters in Tennessee and expressed a safety concern about it and was told by them upon reviewing my case there is nothing they would do for me. I took the vehicle to another Nissan dealer and had to pay $1242 for a new air bag due to a short. I tried to explain to Nissan that this is a safety issue and a defect in the vehicle and should be repaired at no cost to me, but they don t care about their customers safety or any defects after sale is made. This was the first and last Nissan I will ever buy. This company should be held liable for all safety defects without question.
Published: August 15, 2015
Steven of Mount Arlington, NJ
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I acquired my 2015 Rouge SL (premium package) this Spring. It has now has 3
I acquired my 2015 Rouge SL (premium package) this Spring. It has now has 3,000 miles on it and it has been in the Nissan shop for a new computer system and a new transmission thus far. It was in the dealership shop from May 27th -June 18th. I was told my new transmission was on back order until mid July. When I requested that they then needed to take back my new car and exchange it for a new one because they have had it for over 30 days, Nissan mysteriously bumped up my car in line and it was completed on the 18th of June making it only 22 days. I requested that they replace my car as it is obviously compromised and defective. It is not running at 3,000 miles. How am I to expect it to run at 70,000 miles? They said no. I then requested a 150,000 mile bumper to bumper extended warranty to ensure it would continue to run. They again said no but offered a 100,000 mile warranty that only covered the transmission, not the defective computer system, etc.. Again I say how can I count on my car to run at 70,000 or even 50,000 miles when it doesnt run at 3,000? There are multiple things wrong with this car, including the extremely expensive computer system that they are not addressing. The Nissan Corp has been extremely difficult to work with and they refuse to take back their defective product or stand behind the product.
Published: June 26, 2015
Jessica of Eden Prairie, MN
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Just bought a 2015 Nissan Rogue SL - Lynnes Nissan. Problem with the transm
Just bought a 2015 Nissan Rogue SL - Lynnes Nissan. Problem with the transmission getting stuck. Shift gear getting stuck on drive. Can not move in reverse, park or in low gear. Car is a lemon. Want an exchange!
Published: May 18, 2015
tarun of Clifton, NJ
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Just bought a 2015 Nissan Rogue - Jersey Nissan. Problem with the transmiss
Just bought a 2015 Nissan Rogue - Jersey Nissan. Problem with the transmission getting stuck and revving - like the car is stuck in neutral. The heater barely works and the fan turns up all by itself. Car is a lemon, want an exchange!
Published: December 4, 2014
kathy of Branchburg, NJ
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Nissan cannot find what is causing my 2016 Nissan w/600 miles to stall. Pul
Nissan cannot find what is causing my 2016 Nissan w/600 miles to stall. Pulling into traffic it will sometime stall to the point of just barley rolling. In heavy traffic it sometimes is dangerous for me and my family. Other than that, it is a dream to drive.
Published: August 9, 2016
Tim of Midland, TX
Source: consumeraffairs.com

This vehicle has been the best model that we have ever purchased. It is a 2
This vehicle has been the best model that we have ever purchased. It is a 2003 model, but we have never had to have any major work done. The dealership had a reputation of honesty. The vehicle had a good look and when we test drove it, it drove so smoothly. We took it on back roads to try how it handled on curves and small potholes. The only thing I dislike is that the passenger side seatbelt locks as soon as the vehicle starts, with much discomfort until I release it and put it back on.
Published: June 18, 2018
Deborah of Church Hill, VA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I purchased my Night Armor colored Frontier new in 2011. It wasnt until aft
I purchased my Night Armor colored Frontier new in 2011. It wasnt until after my paint began to flake off the front fender wells, that I researched online and found this to be a long standing problem with Nissan Frontiers. I expected the paint to fade and lose its luster over time but to have the paint just completely flake off is something I wasnt prepared for. The exterior of my truck was detailed on a regular basis that consisted of washing, clay bar, sealant and waxing and yet my paint is flaking off, along with rust in the water channels on the roof. This without a doubt is a manufacturers defect in the paint process or the paint itself that Nissan refuses to acknowledge. Toyota has a similar issue on some of their vehicles but they have gone as far as extending the paint warranty to 14 yrs for all of its customers, kudos Toyota. There is no indication that the problem has been resolved on the 2022 Frontier model... BUYER BEWARE. This is a clear indication why they are losing market share... Nissan has lost me as a repeat customer!!!
Published: September 21, 2021
c of Chester, VA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Nissan dont tell you this but the refrigerant they use in their cars is con
Nissan dont tell you this but the refrigerant they use in their cars is considered by them to be a consumable. So when your air con stops working after 18 months and Nissan garages claim they cant find a leak on the system this is what they say. So Nissan think its ok for their customers to pay £300 every 18 months for a regas!!!! Customer service dont want to know. They also think its ok. Its not. It is daylight robbery. You must remember also that if it goes again in a few weeks there is no warranty on the regas according to Nissan Chorley and Nissan. Talk about money going into thin air.
Published: April 29, 2019
Donald of Burnley, Other
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I was in an accident at the approx speed of 40mph, impact was drivers front
I was in an accident at the approx speed of 40mph, impact was drivers front and rear. The air bags did not deploy and the seat belt did not catch, allowing me to hit the steering wheel with my right shoulder and throwing my glasses to the floor.Please explain to me why there was no deployment of any air bags and why my seat belt did not lock especially at that speed, I think because that was the biggest selling point, the safety. How can I have confidence in the safety and what the company states and the actual result?
Published: January 27, 2012
Mary of Englewood, FL
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Well here goes. Nissan car/van owners beware. Their customer service and wa
Well here goes. Nissan car/van owners beware. Their customer service and warranty is horrendous. And without a doubt they have an issue with the engines, same recall as Toyota but instead of calling it a recall they are simply finding an excuse to revoke your warranty and make you pay for the new engine. We’ve owned nothing but Nissans since 1996. Our 2 year old passenger van with 56k Miles started burning oil. No engine warning light came on, no low oil warning light, nothing. We brought it to the dealership three times for oil level tests, then they took the van last Monday to do more tests. They don’t pay for a rental, don’t give you a comparable rental so I’m in a 5 passenger car. They then tell us it needs a $12,000 new engine and warranty was revoked because we are missing one receipt. I’ve spoken to at least 9 people at Nissan Corporate. No one can do anything because Nissan Warranty is not “customer facing.” Their decision is final. So, our van will get its new engine. We’ll suck up the cost then trade it in for something new. NOT NISSAN.
Published: September 19, 2018
Carrie of King George, VA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I have owned 2 cars with CVT one being Nissan Note. The cvt had over 242,00
I have owned 2 cars with CVT one being Nissan Note. The cvt had over 242,000km then I decided to sell it but had no any issues with the cvt, secondly and currently I have a nissan Tiida with REOFO8B cvt WHICH IS SO SWEET. I have clocked 177,000 and you may think the cvt is new. Nissan having been in cvt market is the best...My next car will be a nissan with a CVT...Steve - Kenya
Published: January 23, 2020
Stephen of Nakuru, Other
Source: consumeraffairs.com

The contact owns a 2010 Nissan Maxima. The contact stated that the key fail
The contact owns a 2010 Nissan Maxima. The contact stated that the key failed to turn over into the on position preventing the vehicle from starting. The contact made multiple attempts and was not able to start the vehicle. The vehicle was towed to an authorized dealer. The technician diagnosed that the steering lock needed to be replaced. The vehicle was repaired. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. The approximate failure mileage was 61,000.
Published: October 28, 2015
Brian of Avon , CT
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I hate my 2007 nissan sentra so much. It started with transmission problems
I hate my 2007 nissan sentra so much. It started with transmission problems. I had to get a new transmission for which they paid for. Second the axle broke in front. How can an axle break after only 50,000 miles. The dealer accused me of hitting someone. The front in of the car was not damaged. I DID not hit anyone. They would not cover this. My car constantly makes a loud wailing noise. This was all within a year of buying the car. Would never buy a nissan again!!!
Published: February 24, 2015
STACEY of Calabasas, CA
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We currently have a lease that we have been trying to buyout for a week. I
We currently have a lease that we have been trying to buyout for a week. I originally got a payoff figure online which was good through 11/7/2011, had even called Nissan Finance and got the same figure with the same good through date. Unfortunately, you can not pay them off directly and they require you to go through the dealership. We have been trying to deal with Napoli Nissan of Milford. Originally, my husband called over a week ago asking for a payoff figure and they told him to come in, but dont come in on Saturday because its busy. Who says that. The Saturday they are referring to was last week 10/29. So, my husband calls in the beginning of the week, basically playing phone tag, leaving messages and not getting returned phone calls. I finally went there on Tuesday to try to get the information. So of course, they wanted to try to get me into a new lease and I told them I would entertain the idea but I need both figures. A final buyout figure and what the monthly payment would be for a new lease. By the time I left there, I left without either of the figures and got, I am going to have to deal with Nissan, its going to take me some time to get the numbers for you. Really, because Im sure if I said yes, they would have had the numbers right then and there. So when I left there, I thought about it and called literally within 5 minutes after leaving and asked for the payoff figure again. No return call. The next day, Wednesday, my husband called and we were given the run around, the woman that crunches the numbers is not here today. The next day, I email and call, get a return phone call with another run around, The manager is not in and needs to do the numbers. Well, if I wanted to buy a new car that day I guess I couldnt. Highly unlikely. Now, today, Friday I called again and got a return phone call. However, the new base payout figure is completely different than what I originally got from Nissan Finance. The reason being is the automated line that the dealership calls has already rolled over to a good through date of December 7. The payout figure I was supplied with was good through November 7. I told the salesperson this and they gave me the automated number to call and sure enough it rolled over to December. So, I called back, spoke with a representative and asked that they fax over to the dealership the payoff figure that is good through November 7. They indicated that they could do that but they needed my husband to call because he is on the account and I am not. Okay, so we do that and when my husband calls, they told him that they cant put it back to 11/7. Thats just odd to me, since that date hasnt even come and gone yet. Arent they a financial institution?
Published: November 4, 2011
Debbie of East Haven, CT
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I wanted a vehicle that would be low maintenance, fuel efficient, & nic
I wanted a vehicle that would be low maintenance, fuel efficient, & nice to drive. Instead had disappointment after disappointment & not to mention poor customer service. Constant problem with the push to start button & Nissan dealer asking for $1000 to repair something that should be on recall. :(
Published: June 23, 2015
Tiana of Los Angeles, CA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

My Nissan runs good and its been good to me because its easy to drive and w
My Nissan runs good and its been good to me because its easy to drive and wastes less gas. But the headlights look weird and I think different lights might make it look better. I also think thats a small car but with so much space use. It still great and I love it so much!!!
Published: June 15, 2018
Lidia of Delano, CA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I bought this 2015 Nissan Altima Feb. 27th, 2015. It had defects on exterio
I bought this 2015 Nissan Altima Feb. 27th, 2015. It had defects on exterior, signal lamp loose, dashboard bad. 2 weeks later the sway bar fell from underneath. I duct taped it up. Called Reidsville Nissan. Corrected. Now after 1700 miles and 3 months later the radiator went out. New one installed by Nissan store. They drove it and called me. Said it needed a new motor. Really, after 1700 miles. Called consumer affairs and after 2 weeks they said Nissan would not buy back or substitute for collateral. Very unhappy with this decision and have had an account with Nissan 4 years. I feel as if a substitute for collateral would have been good. Now I will be trying to trade for a car. I do feel safe in today. Today I go pick up my new motor Nissan and not happy at all.
Published: June 5, 2015
Charles of Chatham, VA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

We purchased this Frontier SV 4X4 King Cab new in 2011. Other than standard
We purchased this Frontier SV 4X4 King Cab new in 2011. Other than standard maintenance there have been no issues. I change the oil every 5 to 6,000 miles. It might use a half quart of oil in that time. We tow with it occasionally, We haul Mulch. The truck has 78,000 miles on it. I can not complain. I would purchase another one if I could get it with a manual transmission.
Published: August 26, 2018
Michael of Taylors, SC
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I worked for a Nissan Dealer for 3 weeks, so I could find out why the cars
I worked for a Nissan Dealer for 3 weeks, so I could find out why the cars had lost the great reputation of the 280ZX, and why most people hated the dealers. I sold my shop and moved to Florida to find out what was the problem. They only paid 30% of the labor fee to a mechanic if it is warranty. If it was warranty work and good mechanics did it, they would have quit if it was warranty. Mostly new bad mechanics, with no customers, got the warranty work and oil changes. They would change the oil with recycled oil on hot motors, thus spilling it all over the trans, causing warranty work for leaks all over. They paid me $75.00 to replace a rear main engine seal that was dry as a bone, oil was all over the trans, because of boys changing oil. I only use Fully Synthetic German 20w 60w LIQUI MOLY oil. Back in 2000 a cheap $20.00 oil change at Nissan was recycled oils, garbage. They did not care about customers. I still hear from my customers back home in Louisville and they miss me. I took good care of them from a wreck to a clutch, and when the Dealer told them they could not fix it, I had like new used parts and would have it going in one date with a year or more warranty for 1/5th the cost. I drive a Lincoln Towncar now and a BMW Z4, cause BMW charges much more, not a better vehicle, 240Z easiest car to work on.
Published: February 3, 2015
tom of Cape Coral, FL
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Consider this. I have a 2011 Rogue and found out the CVT needs replacing. S
Consider this. I have a 2011 Rogue and found out the CVT needs replacing. Since Nissan has created a monopoly around their CVT you cannot find parts to rebuild as you cannot buy them. The only way is to replace the entire CVT which you must purchase from Nissan. Ever wonder how they extended the warranty for 2008-2010 only but did the extension in 2014? They knew that the 2011, 2012, 2013 would all have the same problems. Maybe not enough complaints at that time for those years. So I checked the warranty on the brand new replacement CVT direct from Nissan and installed by Nissan... 12 months/20000kms. Although the exact same CVT on a brand new 2017 comes with 5years/60000km warranty. Read between the lines... Nissan cannot even back their own monopoly on CVT with a decent warranty. What a crock of **. Bye bye Nissan FOREVER. The GM of the dealership wont even return my call, probably because he has no excuses for the crap product the CVT is. Someone start a class action and take Nissan and their CRAP CVT down.
Published: April 5, 2017
anthony of Calgary, AB
Source: consumeraffairs.com

In Feb 2013, I leased a brand new Nissan Pathfinder. I had an 2010 Altima p
In Feb 2013, I leased a brand new Nissan Pathfinder. I had an 2010 Altima prior but with my family size increasing, I decided to upgrade to something larger. The worst purchase of my life. On the SAME DAY I brought the vehicle home, it would not go into PARK. I had to return it to the dealer. After picking it up that evening on the drive home it started shaking violently to the point that my toddler was terrified in his car seat. I drove right back to the dealer who kept the car for 7 days and then called and said it was ALMOST repaired. But it is safe to drive and as soon as Nissan has the recall part ready I can bring it in and they would have it repaired. I contacted Nissan Consumer Affairs after numerous fights with the dealer who washed their hands of the issue because they already had my money. Well the only thing worse than a Nissan vehicle is the people that work at their corporate offices. They were of no help and said they were not going to buy back the vehicle as I would have to wait for it to be fixed. I picked up the truck and the VERY NEXT DAY, it completely stalled in a parking lot. It had to be towed into the dealer. 48 hours later I was told that it would be there for another 7 days or so because it needed a NEW TRANSMISSION!!! Please keep in mind all this in only 15 days and I havent even put 50 miles on the car! Well after numerous talks with Nissan and the dealer I got screw over because I am to this day stuck with a vehicle that still never works right. The parking sensor light comes on when its 37 degrees, the heated seats malfunction, the car is always jittery and the tires were terrible! Had to be replaced after 20K miles!To add insult to the injury the Nissan dealer did not submit my payment that was made to them to their finance company in a timely manner and they reported that late payment on my credit report! Even though I have recurring payments set up with them. And it gets worse. I just relocated to PA from NY and they increased my payment by 60 dollars stating that the taxes are different! All with no explanation! Their customer reps are downright rude and nasty! This is the WORST COMPANY ever! I tell everyone I know how horrific they are and how horrible their vehicles are! I have met many people who have had the same issues with this type of car and who feel so ripped off and violated by this company.
Published: January 21, 2014
Nyla of Bushkill, PA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Coming from a Loyal Nissan customer FOR ELEVEN PLUS YEARS, I am disgusted a
Coming from a Loyal Nissan customer FOR ELEVEN PLUS YEARS, I am disgusted at their lack of care and concern for issues that my recent lease CAME WITH. I just signed this lease, trading in my old one at the end of May. I will NEVER go with Nissan again after my recent experiences with the Patchogue, NY Dealership and Consumer Affairs absolute lack of care and effort to mend anything. Problems at the dealership level have left me going to Consumer Affairs which were of no further help at all. They act as if all of this is out of their hands and there is nothing to do to reassure their efforts at trying to make me satisfied.They cannot get one person on the phone to speak with me. I have had issues regarding my new 2018 lease 3 months in, leaving it in the shop to be repaired with NO ETA of time it will be done (because items are back-ordered) and ready for me to drive again. Though they did mention maybe some time in October... awesome because I dropped off my car on 8/27. I also only get this info through voicemails because every time I try to call back it goes to voicemail and I wont receive another call until they have their scheduled time to call me back. Horrible customer service and quality of care.My new lease has a safety brake issue where the auto safety break will go off when no one is around, breaking my car while going 40+ mph. Apparently this is a VERY COMMON issue (talk about safety) with ALL Nissan models starting with the VIN K. So Id check your VIN because I am sure if you dont say anything about it, they wont either. I have also had the issue of my backup camera lagging and freezing as backing up since the beginning. There was no point to even use it because it was inaccurate and dangerous to do so. My radio has also just decided to black out one day for a good 10 minutes. Couldnt do anything about it. This is my THIRD time back to the dealership where they finally kept the car to fix it fully, even after showing them video evidence of my experiences the second time I went back.Patchogue has provided me a loaner of not even the same model or year of my current Rogue lease. Which is fine and I normally wouldnt care, BUT at this point, still paying for a new lease yet driving around an older vehicle for over a month has me fuming. I have been polite and patient up until now. The back and forth phone calls that go nowhere are leaving me stressed and in disbelief with this company. I am in shock and SO dissatisfied with all this new 2018 Nissan Rogue and Nissan Customer Service has come with. This is my fourth Nissan, third lease. I have NEVER had an experience like this. I am beyond shocked and pissed.
Published: September 13, 2018
Kot of Kings Park, NY
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Fluctuating Prices. No 2 Nissan dealers will quote the same price on a part
Fluctuating Prices. No 2 Nissan dealers will quote the same price on a part. They vary between 2 and 400 bucks!!
Published: March 21, 2014
Terry of Upper Marlboro, MD
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I purchased a Nissan Rogue in 2014. I absolutely loved my Rogue. Until one
I purchased a Nissan Rogue in 2014. I absolutely loved my Rogue. Until one day I was driving and the rpms revved up and then started slowing down. My husband had to come follow me home so I didnt get slammed. My Rogue only had 90,000 miles. I called Nissan and was told, Oh you are out of warranty, sorry cant help you. I lost my job and then the bank took my vehicle. It has destroyed me financially. I was told that until people die because of these bad transmissions Nissan will never do anything about it. I will never be able to buy a car again because of this. I am 58 and always had good credit until now.
Published: March 20, 2018
Evelyn of Gates, NC
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Purchased a 2013 Nissan Altima two months ago and had 85,000 miles on it wh
Purchased a 2013 Nissan Altima two months ago and had 85,000 miles on it when the CVT transmission went out. In hindsight if we had read more reviews we would not have purchased this vehicle due to the number of complaints about the transmission in this model! Only advanced warning we had was that the car seemed to shake and vibrate at lower RPMs and engine would race causing the tachometer to rev at higher speeds. This started about 75 to 100 miles prior to the car losing acceleration. Went from driving with the traffic on the interstate down to a limping top speed of about 25 miles an hour. Managed to get to a parking lot and ended up hauling it the last 70 miles home on a car carrier.Contacted the Nissans National Customer Support Center which was of little help. Hauled the car to a local transmission shop where the owner found the pan full of metal shavings and the transmission shot. Called 2 other transmission shops which both offered the salient advice of you should not buy a Nissan with a CVT transmission. We are now facing a $3,200 bill to replace the transmission. Unfortunately we also have to haul the car to a Nissan dealer to have the transmission programmed or flashed after it is installed. Nissan extended the warranty to 120,000 miles on earlier models but the 2013 only has the 60,000 mile warranty because of the new transmission. May be new but certainly not better!!
Published: August 18, 2017
Kirk of Huntingburg, IN
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Searched online for Nissan problems with gas gauge and vehicle shutting dow
Searched online for Nissan problems with gas gauge and vehicle shutting down. During research found a listed recall for nissan frontier models #10v07500 where it list a faulty fuel sensor unit. Person told me that it was not a recall but a warranty that was listed in 2010 and expired in 2012. The fuel sensor unit is faulty giving false fuel tank readings. I asked what about the recall, gave them my 2006 nissan frontier nismo 4.0 info and veh ID. All they gave me was a ref# **, and said I have to take them to the dealer here but it was not warranted and I cant get an appointment till next year in MID january.Somehow it seems the fuel pump might be an issue as twice I have stalled in traffic and once coming down our H3 highway. Can you say scared as the vehicle cuts off and you have no control, but hard steering and brakes that cant work as if the truck was running would be easier to stop. Glad there wasnt the pali because I would not be writing this and my family probably sue nissan. Now my truck has quit. Nissan is closed have to take to outside mechanic as I work daily to try to support my family in this expensive island.
Published: December 24, 2015
LARRY of Aiea, HI
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I recently discovered that my 2015 Nissan Altima payment is somehow behind
I recently discovered that my 2015 Nissan Altima payment is somehow behind on payments starting in March of 2016. The reason this is a problem is I was never notified that I was behind and have been paying my monthly payments on time only to find out that it has not been on time in 5 months. This is also surprising due to the facts that I tried to make a double payment at one time only to receive a recorded phone call from a Nissan rep stating that they see that I was trying to stay ahead and pay on time but you cannot pay a month in advance. That a payment must be made every thirty (30) days at which time I should have been notified that I was a month behind which was definitely not the case. I also never received a phone call nor a letter in the mail stating any indication that I was behind on payments.We are now in August of 2016 and I am now have 5 months of late payments on my record that will no doubt kill my credit score. I recently set up a direct deposit at Pyramid Federal Credit Union to have the payments pulled straight from my account. So I have been back and forth with customer service which is more like we dont care about you at all service as the rep admitted that you dont have to be smart to do customer service which is funny because that is exactly what he is and definitely was not talented nor good at his job.Anyway after writing several letters and tons of phone calls where they hang up on you I have got nowhere. They have not even asked one time if they could look into the matter and get back, let me see what I can do, nothing. I simply want to know why I was never notified, a letter sent, an email or a phone call and now that I am aware that I am getting burned every month I have pleaded with them for some kind of reconciliation. I have offered to make multiple payments in a row along with the direct deposit payment along with the payment history that shows every payment on time. But in the end I guess it really does not matter to them as I am nobody of importance and apparently they dont make mistakes despite the hundreds of bad reviews. My next step is the BBB and on and on as this is unbelievable and can imagine I am not the first this has happen to and definitely not the last. Keep up the good work Nissan!!!
Published: August 23, 2016
Bryon of Tucson, AZ
Source: consumeraffairs.com

It has got a worst service centers. They never take care of the car at all.
It has got a worst service centers. They never take care of the car at all... The cost is soo much. They never work for that.. Nissan has got good cars but a worst service centers.. They dont have any responsibility at all... They are worst.
Published: August 8, 2014
Karuna of Chennai, Other
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I bought a new 2017 Nissan Rogue. The next day from purchase I when slowing
I bought a new 2017 Nissan Rogue. The next day from purchase I when slowing down I felt a jerky lunge as if the break locked up and something is getting stuck or going to break, others have stated sounds like transmission issues I contacted the salesman the next day about returning the car and she said dont worry you have good warranty just bring it in we will fix it! So, I made the appointment and service said, We dont find anything wrong. A few weeks later there was a metal rattle noise low idle.Again, we dont find anything wrong with rattle. We will bend this plate, it still made noise. Service said, We drove your car 15 time. We dont feels issues. (lies!). Its been 1 year and the break, lunge pop issues has never been fixed, the sunroof rattles and squeaks, steering wheel squeaks when turning, radio sounds like static, vibrating in dashboard when accelerating are intake button for a/c gets stuck, air conditioning makes a water noise.during service wrong oil was added to my car, antifreeze was below the low line.Been there 5 times for repairs with waiting around 4 hours each visit with no repairs except for the idle. The new car warranty is basically a scam if Nissan doesnt use it. Service advisors all say, we have no problem using the warranty, but then refuse to use warranty to fix repairs. I have never had a car with this many problems in used or new cars. Service states this is Nissan not other cars you cannot compare, obviously because Nissan showed they are bad quality, customer and lower than other car with this many problems! On top of that Nissan has bad resale value only one year and lost more than 1/2 its value, basically buy 2 cars only get 1 - not complete, bad quality, junk car.
Published: April 28, 2018
Roxy of Nashville, TN
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Purchased new 2017 Altima July transmission had a loose bolt repaired. Two
Purchased new 2017 Altima July transmission had a loose bolt repaired. Two months later again transmission had to be replaced, still under warranty which will expire in another 3 thousand miles. Nissan will not replace or refinance. No explanation given - just no. I requested for them to extend warranty no response. Will never purchase another Nissan again... For $611.00 per month never again. Next car will be a Honda. Always good car!!!
Published: September 26, 2017
Frankline of Jamestowm, NC
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I had horrible experience with Nissan Dealers in Atlanta, First of all, The
I had horrible experience with Nissan Dealers in Atlanta, First of all, Their treatment is Lowest & never bothered about customer views. Sat down for 3/4 Hours & they even did not offer water. At least they asked us to sit. The second thing is about pricing. Over the phone, they told us that price for leasing the Nissan Leaf S model with Quick charge about $260 per month without VPP. After talking to them, they told us that price gone up to $363 per month. They wasted our complete Saturday with precious time for us since schools are opening on Monday. I want some senior officials from Nissan USA to look into this matter. You cannot cheat customers like this. I decided I will never buy/Lease any Nissan car in Future.
Published: August 4, 2014
sudheer of Smyrana, GA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Leased a 2015 Nissan Altima that broke down with 4k miles on a day after it
Leased a 2015 Nissan Altima that broke down with 4k miles on a day after it was at Legacy Nissan Service Department. I came to learn that the Gasket leaked, which made no sense at all. Then the manager informed me that basically the technician screwed up during the oil change and didnt do something right, which led all the engine oil to drop back out of the car. I am trying to have them replace the vehicle as it is fairly new but they are refusing to offer any solution or step up to the fault.
Published: July 16, 2015
Faraz of Hicksville, NY
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I am a very unhappy customer after purchasing a New 2016 Nissan Rogue. I ha
I am a very unhappy customer after purchasing a New 2016 Nissan Rogue. I have a claim into Nissan Consumer Affair. My brand new vehicle is sitting at the car dealer where I purchased my car, with a loud front end knocking noise. After being a Nissan consumer with a Nissan Altima never had a problem, always paid my car payment on time, and this is how I get treated as a customer. VERY HAPPY CUSTOMER.
Published: August 1, 2016
Nanette of Freehold, NJ
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I BOUGHT NISSAN X-trail in 2015 it is still under warranty. My car I-stop (
I BOUGHT NISSAN X-trail in 2015 it is still under warranty. My car I-stop (Stop & start function) is not working since last one year. I have been to Nissan many times for the same reason. Till now they have changed few different parts to work it out still its not working. Now at last they are saying I have to changed I-stop battery which will cost me $350AUS though still under warranty. So I dont why I should pay money if the car system is faulty and still under warranty.
Published: October 21, 2017
Ronak of Melbourne, Other
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Ive had the privilege of driving 3 Nissans because our family owns 3 models
Ive had the privilege of driving 3 Nissans because our family owns 3 models: a Sentra, a Vanette and an Exalta. I first learned how to drive using the Vanette. Simply put, its my favorite car brand. Ive also had the chance to drive other car brands, but I just dont get the same feeling as when I drive a Nissan. Ive been driving for 12 years and I hope that when I can finally afford to buy my own car, therell be an awesome Nissan car waiting for me to buy it. BTW - that Nissan Juke advertisement with the typo was genius. Kudos to Nissan for thinking of something brilliant to promote their SUV. Cant wait to see what they have to offer next!
Published: May 22, 2016
CH of Muntinlupa, Other
Source: consumeraffairs.com

My cars battery was still under warranty (which I was not aware) but Nissan
My cars battery was still under warranty (which I was not aware) but Nissan roadside assistance sent a technician to me when my car was not starting up properly, who gave untruthful and misleading information that my battery was already passed 3 years. Complained to Nissan, these people in customer service was even more ridiculous, they said they did not change my battery last time, so they were not responsible for warranty claim. They were just a group of liars so please seriously consider whether you wanted to purchase from them.
Published: December 11, 2019
Kamfa of Australia, Other
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I gave my car for the service which supposed to be under warranty. Initial
I gave my car for the service which supposed to be under warranty. Initial phone from customer service asking for $300 and later on final bill more than $500!!! For flushing the fuel path!!! The labor rate was $135.0 per hour and calculated for 3 hours. Most of the service person I encounter as novice apprentice!!! And the topping was the annoying service manager (Mike) seems that he was hand picked from. I believe the Nissan business in North Vancouver is very dull and slow and the service manager wants to make money but its a rip off.
Published: October 18, 2016
Amir of North Vancouver, BC
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Purchased a Nissan Sentra new in 2011. The CVT Transmission has went out at
Purchased a Nissan Sentra new in 2011. The CVT Transmission has went out at 79000 miles. Nissan extended the warranty on these same transmissions through 2010. Because they were having major issues. Called Nissan and they informed me today that they would not help with the repair of the transmission because so far no one has had issues other than myself. So now I will have to spend $3800.00 to be repaired. But there is an issue concerning the CVT Transmission that has not been fixed for several years. If I had done my homework I would have not purchased any car with this transmission. Read the reviews please dont get stuck like I have.
Published: October 14, 2013
Cheryl of Bryant, AL
Source: consumeraffairs.com

The 2008 Nissan Rogue is only 2 years old and the battery went bad leaving
The 2008 Nissan Rogue is only 2 years old and the battery went bad leaving me stranded. I was told that the battery is only warrantied for 1 year. Really only 1 year? I had to pay $132.00 at a Sears store to have a new battery installed, but this battery is warrantied for 6 years. I bought a brand new car so I wouldnt have these problems. If Nissan is going to use such below average parts, I should have bought a different car brand, especially since the warranty is so limited. I should have stayed with a Chevy!
Published: September 24, 2012
Tina of Coplay, PA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

The Nissan Micra is a nice little car, good on gas and easy to get around i
The Nissan Micra is a nice little car, good on gas and easy to get around in traffic. It has none of the usual safety features that most new cars have but it is Bluetooth equipped.
Published: May 5, 2018
Ken of Dartmouth, Nova Scotia
Source: consumeraffairs.com

My 2005 Honda Accord rock solid. 200k miles. Bought several Nissans but had
My 2005 Honda Accord rock solid. 200k miles. Bought several Nissans but had repairs. My older son 2011 Nissan Altima coupe cat converter failed at 50k miles. $800! My younger sons 2009 Altima steering ignition failed. $750! A/C failed. $850! (@90k miles). I wrote to their customer service. They gave me a reference number. Thats it! No action, nothing! It is a miracle wifes 2010 Rogue is still working ok (95k). Maybe it was built on a Wednesday! Never Nissan again! I would advise people to buy Honda or Toyota even though a little more expensive!
Published: December 12, 2021
venkata of Marietta, GA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I followed the protocol as per the instructions on the payoff sheet. I wrot
I followed the protocol as per the instructions on the payoff sheet. I wrote a check and mailed it in. No one at the 800 number can help because the payoff department is not on their premise, its in another state entirely! So they refused to verify if the payoff was even received, which is causing havoc to getting the title cleaned. I cannot afford so much as a negative on my credit for them not posting by the final due date. It is not my fault, they refused to post to the account and release the title. I have 5 years of perfect payment with even more paid to them, then agreed technically. Maybe Ill contact a lawyer since not only did I pay more than was necessary, but in the end, they quoted a per diem for the last payment that increased it for payoff before the actual end date as listed on the loan agreement. The consequence I am enduring is that I have no clean title and no response from a helpful Nissan NMAC rep to resolve this. My final word to anyone considering a Nissan: The cars are reliable, the NMAC finance is not! Run to your local credit union or a local bank to get a loan, NMAC is not consumer-friendly at all!
Published: July 26, 2012
Fred of Hellam, pa
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Four years ago, I was told a recall had to be done on my 2011 Cross Cabriol
Four years ago, I was told a recall had to be done on my 2011 Cross Cabriolet. After the recall work was done, the roof would not close correctly. I have taken the car back to the dealer several times over 4 years. Each time the problem gets worse, not better. Nissan USA is no help. The dealer is no help. Nissan no longer employs mechanics; just employs inept part changers. No wonder Nissan is tanking.
Published: August 27, 2019
luther of Junction City, AR
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I purchased a new 2016 Nissan Rogue last week. Today I could not get into t
I purchased a new 2016 Nissan Rogue last week. Today I could not get into the portal so I contacted customer service only to find they sold me a new car that was under a recall on the transmission. There was no disclosure of the recall. I have contacted the dealer and an attorney.
Published: January 9, 2017
Marla of Jasper, GA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

My Nissan Versa was recalled for faulty airbags. I have been trying to get
My Nissan Versa was recalled for faulty airbags. I have been trying to get the airbags replaced since the first notification. I was told repeatedly that the parts were not available. I called corporate after a year of that and was told the parts were available, they just had to order them. Service dept said no they were told the parts were restricted. After 5 years of this I made an appointment with their recall hotline. When I brought the car in for service I was told the airbag was not there and I should not have made the appointment thru the hotline but thru the service dept. I was also told that the passenger airbag was replaced already. IT WAS NOT. The help in the service dept are pleasant, but the overall service sucks!
Published: April 19, 2019
Rose of Cortlandt Manor, NY
Source: consumeraffairs.com

For the last 2 years or so my 2015 Nissan Rogue SV has not been sensing my
For the last 2 years or so my 2015 Nissan Rogue SV has not been sensing my key fob when its in the vehicle. It happens with both of the key fobs. This occurs intermittently but more often than not. The vehicle has more than 36000 miles so now its out of warranty. I cannot be the only owner complaining of this issue. Sometimes it takes me 10 minutes or so just to start my car because the vehicle thinks I dont have the key fob with me.
Published: September 18, 2017
Michael of Ridge, NY
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Driver airbag out on my Vehicle at approximately 75K + Miles - I called Nis
Driver airbag out on my Vehicle at approximately 75K + Miles - I called Nissan Consumer affairs after shelling out 1500.00 almost for a defective airbag on this car and they would not help us with the issue. I had to seriously take a loan to pay for this. Not to mention that this should not be happening at this mileage. I should also mention that we have had to take this car in for the Seat to be fixed and the seat belts on more than one occasion. Looks like this will be our last experience with EVER owning a NISSAN! I am very unhappy at this point and wanted to warn others if you buy a NISSAN make sure you buy extended warranties because you will be out a lot of money.
Published: September 1, 2015
Michelle of Glendale, AZ
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Dont take it! Bad customer service, broken web, incompetent employees, mana
Dont take it! Bad customer service, broken web, incompetent employees, managers that are quitting and credit department with its own world. LIARS AND RUDE TO CUSTOMERS. I had a car loan with Nissan going directly from the bank. (Draft) 2012-2017. In the year 2015 Nissan changed the rules that the last payment must be paid hard check not directly from the bank as draft. Nissan never informed existing customers about it (me being one of them) and this is common knowledge when you call Nissan customer service - they know they did not tell existing customers. Nissan did not contact me until the payment was already 30 days late. Manager at the time swore up and down this will not be sent to creditors as it was not my mistake and because they did not contact me - they had issues with new web that was put in place in 2015 (also known to all of them). That manager left a note in my account, as that I did not know my last payment must be done by physical check. However, Nissan still reported me to creditors as they dont read managers notes and dont care that this is their mistake. I was never late in my life. My credit score dropped from 850 to 698. There is nothing else bad on my credit, I paid for the report. Nissan credit services refuse to send a note to creditors, but when managers answer the phone, they tell me it will be ok and they stand by their mistakes. Because of their disconnect with credit department my life is ruined. I have never made a mistake in my life. I lived by the rules for 22 years building my credit score and perfect history. None of the higher ups offered to fix this mistake for me. It takes one letter to creditors to get my life back.
Published: September 26, 2018
Mirela of Ballwin, MO
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I filed complaints with Bakersfield Nissan, Dept. of Consumer Affairs and B
I filed complaints with Bakersfield Nissan, Dept. of Consumer Affairs and Better Business to no avail. Then I filed the complaint with Nissan. Last February I purchased a 2006 (used) Nissan Murano which had 33,660 on the odometer. I had a hard time getting credit due to a 3-year divorce action, which messed up my credit. Bakersfield Nissan ended up making paper work for three different credit agencies. With this voluminous amount of paper work, I didnt read everything.When I purchased the car, I was not informed there wasnt any warranty on it. I should have been told this and offered an extended warranty. The sales manager tried to tell me it was my responsibility and I told him (cant say it) in no kind words. I worked as Office Manager-Accountant for 4 dealerships back in Rhode Island, one being an AMC-Datsun-Peugeot dealership in Provided operated by the Gabrolowitze brothers back in the late 60s.While going over the car with the salesman I pointed out several items that had to be fixed, including a dent below rear tail light, missing tire caps, dent on rear aluminum panel below trunk, loose visor (drivers side), etc. I told him Id wait; bring it in after a few weeks in case of something else was wrong. When I returned, the salesman wasnt there, so I brought it to repair shop. They gave me a bill for $2,000.00 and I left in a huff. Before a couple weeks I noticed oil leaked on my driveway and thought it was the transmission. I was informed by the service manager that the power steering ($800.00) was leaking and needed to be replaced. The visor cost was $400.00. They were only going to repair the damage at the paint shop. After much complaining, they fixed the visor but that was it. You should have copy of my December 7th letter complaining about all this.I ended up paying $400.00 for something else as the power steering element was okay. Then the alternator went and I had that repaired for another $410.00. I can see that nothing was done to prep this car for sale. I brought it to EZ Lube for an oil change ($40.00); American Tire (4 Michelin tires) at $813.00. I know this would be my obligation, but mileage was only 54,284. To ensure tires would last, I had front end alignment at Pep Boys ($75.00).I told people at Nissan I would never set foot in their establishment again and have not been a good ambassador for Nissan. They kept sending me service reminders. So Id call and told them to remove my name from their customers. I am almost 80 and have had many cars in my life but not a Nissan. In the late 60s I purchased a Datsun, 210Z for my daughter. Most of the vehicles I purchased were Fords. Also, Chevys, VWs and Toyotas.Going back to the contract, when I wasnt offered an extended warranty they charged me $695.00 for GAP insurance which I didnt want. This money could have been used for a warranty. I cancelled it before the 90 days and received a refund. Also, after all the complaints I filed, the sales manager offered me an extended warranty $100.00 over his cost to which I declined and told him it was too late and should have occurred in February when I could have had it included on my contract. I found the salesmans card: Alex **, a Filipino friend of a friend of mine.
Published: January 27, 2012
Joseph of Bakersfield, CA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

2 problems I am having with this car....1.) I will be driving down a freewa
2 problems I am having with this car....1.) I will be driving down a freeway for about 20 minutes.... Go to get off freeway and stop at a light.... Wait for light to change and car will not go over 2-3 mph for about 30-45 seconds then all of a sudden jumps up to 15 mph from my foot being on the gas pedal which has almost caused a few car accidents. 2.) I recently moved to California from Arizona and on my trips back and forth, the car after an hour of driving will all of a sudden slow down from 80 mph to 35-45 mph in a 75 mph speed zone. Happens going up hills even the slightest incline in the road and once you go down hill it will slowly start to speed up.I drive around with 2 children in the car ages 4 and 5.... This is so beyond dangerous and blows my mind that Nissan will not do ** about it. I have taken it to Nissan dealerships, mechanics and everyone says... I dont know what it is. I even took my iPad in showing a YouTube video of a gentleman that was driving having the same problem!!! And they still said, I dont know. I am beyond pissed and want a class action lawsuit against Nissan for having defaulted vehicles out there and not doing anything about it. Go online and its page after page of people having the same issue. Nissan get off your lazy ass and fix this problem!!
Published: November 22, 2013
Barbara of San Diego , CA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Purchased new Nissan Juke 2016 with CVT transmission. The transmission was
Purchased new Nissan Juke 2016 with CVT transmission. The transmission was bad from day one and family and passengers would notice, but I loved how the car looks. Come February 2020 and the vehicle literally stopped in the middle of the highway, very dangerous but I turned the engine off, restarted and moved to the shoulder. Took it to a dealership and was quoted $4890 for repairs. The vehicle has been sitting at Sterling McCall Nissan waiting to be repaired. I follow up every day with the service department and they claim Nissan North America has not shipped the part. I drive for Uber and for a month now I havent worked a day losing income, time and causing psychological damage. Given theres a class action on defective CVT transmission in the Nissan Juke, Nissan should do the right thing and foot the bill for my repairs. I believe Nissan sold lemon cars to consumers and are not prepared to fix the mistake.
Published: March 23, 2020
Steve of Houston, TX
Source: consumeraffairs.com

We bought a Qashqai late last year with 68 registration and for the second
We bought a Qashqai late last year with 68 registration and for the second time in short space of time, my car refuses to start this morning. I was told by RAC man the last time that there was a fault in the car - something was draining the battery. I took the car to Nissan garage afterward for diagnostics and fixture, after which I was assured that the problem had been fixed. To my amazement, my car refuses to start this morning and We had the same problem with our previous Nissan Juke. I will never buy a Nissan car again!
Published: April 8, 2019
Lara of Other, Other
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Worst company to deal with. I just bought a 2012 Juke. Less than 50 thousan
Worst company to deal with. I just bought a 2012 Juke. Less than 50 thousand miles on it the turbo burns out. I had not even made my 4th payment. We took it to 2 different mechanics and were told the same thing. The oil line that feeds the turbo lays up against the manifold causing it to boil and become sludge. I called Nissan and they asked me how can Nissan help you with this? What they were really saying is you can answer our question BUT we have NO intention of helping you. I am out 14 hundred dollars for a new turbo and due to the way it is designed I now need to have the oil changed every 2000 miles so the oil line does not clog again. Do yourself a favor. DO NOT BUY FROM NISSAN. THEY DO NOT BACK THEIR PRODUCT.
Published: July 10, 2017
Leslie of Phoenix, AZ
Source: consumeraffairs.com

At first I loved my Nissan Rogue. Bought it brand new. Once winter hit and
At first I loved my Nissan Rogue. Bought it brand new. Once winter hit and I attempted to use the AWD but my car was all over the road. My Altima and Cavalier I had prior were much better.
Published: May 3, 2018
April of Hunlock Creek, PA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I purchased a new van from Nissan. Immediately after it was purchased, the
I purchased a new van from Nissan. Immediately after it was purchased, the fan fell off and the car stalled. Unbelievable but very true. Now, Nissan will NOT answer my calls. I tried contacting the dealership in Colorado Springs, multiple times and to no avail, they did not return my calls. I am from Miami and cannot travel to Colorado just to get in touch with Nissan. I dont know what else to do. A representative was supposed to call me back and NEVER did. Its been over 2 weeks now. I expect a representative from Nissan to contact me immediately to resolve this matter. Otherwise, I will continue to leave reviews on every possible site until someone from corporate contacts me to resolve this. This is the MOST unprofessional experience from any company in the world. This is a BRAND NEW car and it stalled before we can get it to our house. Contact me at: **.
Published: September 3, 2021
Hillel of North Miami Beach, FL
Source: consumeraffairs.com

While driving down the highway, a tire started to deflate. I called the dea
While driving down the highway, a tire started to deflate. I called the dealership and let them know it was deflating for unknown reasons and they said even though I hadnt purchased the tire warranty that they would patch it and I would have no issues. So I brought it in and with one look they said they wouldnt patch it and I had to buy a replacement because it showed wear on the sidewall. Which it didnt have wear, the dirt was just not as noticeable after being almost flat for an eighth of a mile until I could pull off the highway to put the donut on. It cost me $290, as the rest of the vehicle is under warranty I didnt want to risk any interference of that by having 3rd party work done on it. But even under manufacturers standards it is covered since the tread wear is 1/32 off of brand new and there was only 8000 miles on the car. Their consumer affairs dept. called me back and basically said since I didnt pay extra for a warranty on the tires of the brand new vehicle that there was nothing they would do. But yet the tire they put on to replace automatically had a warranty. Am I the only one baffled by this logic? I will never buy another Nissan ever. They are rude and condescending and awful at listening and helping the people paying for their salary.
Published: September 19, 2016
Larry of Port Arthur, TX
Source: consumeraffairs.com

My 2007 Altima hybrid died now several times without warning, had to tow it
My 2007 Altima hybrid died now several times without warning, had to tow it to this dealer because they are the only one who can apparently do the diagnostic. So they charge hundreds of $$ to find out that there is a blown fuse, which they replaced, but it blows again. Solution? Change all four engine coils, because this is what causes it. Why? Do not know, but they can try to find out if I agree to pay $160 an hour to investigate some more. Yes, this happens second time on a VERY low mileage vehicle, and yes it is a common problem with Altima Hybrids, but there is not much they can do. And no, they will not call Nissan on your behalf but I definitely should - they even give me a number. So I pay (again) a $1000 dollars for a trivial and premature repair, which should have never happened, and not knowing what causes it.I called Nissan, and after several days of phone calls and interviews, I was they do not see any problem because the car is not under warranty. Really? Privately, all mechanics know that there is a problem, and clearly there is something wrong with the vehicle. And yet not only Nissan refuses to stand behind their product, but they penalize the customers over and over again by making to pay them excessive and unreasonable cost to diagnose a known problem? I guess no more Nissans in my future and I will have to switch cars asap, because I simply cannot afford such an unreliable and unpredictable vehicle. I was lucky it happened when I was only 5 miles away from a dealership. What if you are on a trip? Stay away from Nissans. Oh, they are very very polite.
Published: November 26, 2015
Vadim of Berkeley, CA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

We ask the salesman for a truck so we could have a tow pkg. He brought us a
We ask the salesman for a truck so we could have a tow pkg. He brought us a car and said that it could tow and he would have the tow pkg put on and give us extra money besides. He said the car had around 100,000 miles. That was where my husband and I failed. Not expecting liars for salesman. Older bald man, I don’t know his name. He will lie and tell anything, use pressure tactics won’t even try to find what youre really looking for. After the papers were signed he said oh we can’t do that. We went back the next morning to take the car back and to talk to the Mgr he said forget yesterday, I didn’t want to forget the day before cause I lost money. He said pick something else. I had to get something else and got less trade in and lost more money. The Mgr stuck with his salesman’s lies. I’m very hurt financially I traded a Toyota that was worth more by far. I’m very hurt and angry that this is their policy for selling cars.
Published: November 10, 2020
Vickie of Hot Springs National Park, AR
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I purchased a Nissan Xterra from Team Nissan of Marietta, Ga on 11/10/2011.
I purchased a Nissan Xterra from Team Nissan of Marietta, Ga on 11/10/2011. The sales officer gave me prices of the available models. He misled me in prices several times on phone that resulted in early sales of my Xterra in possession and prompted me to buy on emergency basis. Apart from this, he gave me misleading information and avoid disclosure responsibility as he mentioned that only shortcoming in the vehicle. I was buying Nissan Xterra S model against X model, that one has alloy wheel, automatic outside mirrors and hard wood in trunk. And the one I was buying had missing these 3 features. Plus I would save $2000.I purchased the vehicle and I found out the next day while I was driving to the church with my wife that it did not have the main necessity like inside lights on drivers side, and the mirror on the passengers side. We are senior citizens, I dropped my hearing aid one time and denture on another time, and tried to turn on the light to find and there was no light. I had to pull on side to find them. I complained the next day and they did not entertain me and said the sale has already been reported to Nissans main office.I complained but Nissan North America did not respond. I also participated several times in surveys and as of this date they have not responded yet. I am experiencing hardship which will continue till I own this vehicle. Now finally I am trying to complain to watch dog agencies, BBB and good governance and fair trade, and still if Nissan would not address this, I would report through media.
Published: January 15, 2012
Noorali of Alpharetta, GA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I have a Service Contract with Nissan and is a joke. At 15,000 miles I was
I have a Service Contract with Nissan and is a joke. At 15,000 miles I was told that Regular routine issues like replacing an air filter was not covered. I was at Nissan for an oil change and after they were finished the Service Department presented me with a $300 bill. Air Filter, Brake Fluid; minor items. Then the Tires which is really the reason why I am writing. NISSAN ROTATED MY TIRES AND NEVER PERFORMED AN ALIGNMENT!!! I have spoken to at least 3 experts that informed me the tires were worn from the inside out. How CRAZY is this!!! I had to replace my tires for $700 just recently and have the bill now to submit the highest person that runs NISSAN. I want to be compensated for a pro-rate on my tires. I will pursue this matter with Nissan until I cant talk anymore. Literally! The sad part is that I am disabled and putting 2 sons through College so they get a decent chance in life to chase their dreams. I cannot afford these tires. Another sad issue is my Parents always owned American made Cars and I talked them into buying a Nissan Rogue and then a Sentra. How Sad! I want help with compensation on my tires. I have all the documentation.
Published: August 29, 2014
Carlene of New Port Richey, FL
Source: consumeraffairs.com

2013 Nissan Sentra SV with transmission issues. Took it to the Premier Niss
2013 Nissan Sentra SV with transmission issues. Took it to the Premier Nissan of San Jose and was told they could not find the issue. Test drove with the mechanic. Next day they say they cant reproduce the issue. Went back again and went on a test drive. Next day again they say they cant find the issue.I went back and this time another mechanic went on a drive with me and brought the computer to record data. He said that the car will need to stay there. This was already a week in the shop and they did not provide a loaner.Extremely poor customer service. The service advisors are a bunch of liars. They dont even call me back with a status update. I had to call them multiple times to find out. They changed their statement 3 times about me getting a loaner. 2 weeks in now and I am still without a car. Stay away from this dealership and stay away from Nissan. ABSOLUTELY MY LAST NISSAN EVER EVEN IF THEY GIVE ME A 50% discount.
Published: November 3, 2015
Seth of Santa Clara, CA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Nissan is one of the best vehicles I have ever owned and just recently boug
Nissan is one of the best vehicles I have ever owned and just recently bought another one like it because I loved the first one so much. It is a Nissan king cab with lots of room. I got it for a fairly decent price and I was lucky to find it. It was just sitting on the lot and it took some haggling to get the dealer to come down where I could afford it. It has everything I need. It could use more technology but that would be distracting. It is a great little truck and will be for a while.
Published: June 13, 2018
Danny of Morganton, NC
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I purchased my new Nissan in 2001. I bought it outright from a dealer in NJ
I purchased my new Nissan in 2001. I bought it outright from a dealer in NJ. I have had several major problems with this truck since I purchased it. The first was the gas tank rusting and emitting fumes in the cab. Every time I filled the tank the smell was terrible inside and outside the cab. I contacted Nissan several times and they refuse to do anything at all. This cost over a $1000.00 dollars. A year later my oil pan rusted badly and was ready to fail and I had that replaced. That cost $900.00. My electric blue paint started peeling on the side of the truck for no reason at all and continues peeling. If I choose to have it repainted that will probably be $2000.00. I wont ever purchase another Nissan and I encourage anyone who is thinking of buying one, DONT!! You will be very disappointed. They dont care about their product or customer service. In two words, they suck!!!
Published: April 29, 2016
Deborah of Sarasota, FL
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I purchased a 2008 Nissan Rogue in March 2009 with only 9700 miles on it. W
I purchased a 2008 Nissan Rogue in March 2009 with only 9700 miles on it. Within 45 days of purchase, the vehicle needed a CVT replacement. Over the years I continued to experience various issues with the vehicle and found myself visiting the dealership every three months or less. The CVT failed again in April 2014. I was covered by the extended warranty (120,000 mile/10 year) with only 118K on the vehicle. Unfortunately, two years and 15K miles later, the CVT installed in 2014 has also failed and the vehicle needs a third replacement. Nissan said the CVT is covered by a one year/12K mile warranty. Despite knowing the part is defective, Nissan is not stepping up to assist with this most recent failure, not even offering a discount on the service or part to help offset the cost of their faulty part. On top of the poor quality of these CVTs, Nissans customer service is a huge failure. Their consumer affairs representatives do not communicate and then completely blow you off once they have decided to deny your request for assistance or coverage on the faulty part (clearly they do not understand part of their jobs as customer service representatives is providing results and sometimes bad news to customer, not just ignoring them). Nissan closed my case without ever speaking to me regarding the final results of the investigation. I have approached the local dealership directly in an effort to receive a quote for this repair and have been waiting two days for a service rep to call me back with the estimate despite follow calls to inquire on the situation. Nissan has failed on both quality and service.
Published: August 9, 2016
Maureen of Oceanside, CA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

2012 Nissan Versa with just over 81,000 miles. Took it to a local shop and
2012 Nissan Versa with just over 81,000 miles. Took it to a local shop and they said the transmission is toast. Local dealer charged 0 dollars to analyze and realize the transmission is no good. Since the repair of $4.0K will cost more than the value of the car, Im going to junk it and try to get as much money back on the $16K that I paid. I cant believe that a car that is not even 5 years old has a transmission failure! Now that I have done some online research, I am seeing that this is a rather common event for the 2012 Nissan Versa. So why is Nissan not stepping up to the plate and doing something about this? I will never buy a Nissan again and will tell everyone I know about this issue and how Nissan DID NOT back their product.
Published: November 18, 2018
A of Worcester, MA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I have a 2012 Nissan Murano sl awd. I have it in white and I have different
I have a 2012 Nissan Murano sl awd. I have it in white and I have different shades of white and my headlights hold moisture in them. I told them at the dealership about a year ago too. They didnt see it and now that it is out of warranty they see it. I only have 50,000 mile. I call customer affairs. The lady told me it was nothing they can do for me because it was out of warranty now and she said she couldnt find nothing where I had made a complaint about it. I will not get another Nissan again cause they dont stand behind their stuff. I guess customers dont matter to them. They didnt tell me that your paint and headlights only have 30,000 mile warranty on them. They say that the headlight has to be replaced so right now I am upset about.
Published: July 15, 2016
Debra of Portland, TN
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I have a leaking sending unit on my 2015 Nissan Sentra. I opened a case rep
I have a leaking sending unit on my 2015 Nissan Sentra. I opened a case report with Nissan Corporation 2 weeks ago, Sept 1, but have not received a call back from Nissan during normal business hours despite 6 calls Ive made to the Nissan Customer Representative over the past 2 weeks. Nissan has a recall for the same problem -- on the 2015 Altima and 2015 Maxima -- an improperly installed ring on the sending unit, resulting in leaking fuel. I cannot get any assistance from Nissan as of today, August 12.Additionally Nissan sent me a letter earlier this year (the letter of course is not dated but I received it this past spring 2019) advising that I might have a complete blockage..in the EVAP tube located between the fuel tank and the evaporative emission canister. While this is different from the problem of the leaking sending unit, it illustrates that Nissan clearly has multiple problems with defective fuel pump assembly parts and/or improperly installed fuel pump assembly parts.
Published: August 12, 2019
Deborah of Bridgeport, CT
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I received a notification of a recall of my Nissan Versa and told to rent a
I received a notification of a recall of my Nissan Versa and told to rent a car from Enterprise. I only carry liability on my Versa, its not in great shape. Was told by Nissan I would have to cover comprehensive insurance on rental. The date for replacing airbag is May 2018. I live on disability and cannot add this into my budget. I chose to rescind the service and take my chances. I adore Nissan products and am disappointed by this.
Published: November 7, 2017
Sandra of Little Rock, AR
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I had to go through the Philippines Call Center for about 3 weeks - back an
I had to go through the Philippines Call Center for about 3 weeks - back and forth - over 15 calls. This was only to find out that it had to be handled through the United States. At that point getting in contact with my Nissan representative was extremely difficult. I still have an open issue and will keep posting on social media until this is resolved. Such a poor system. I really believe we are doomed as a society after this experience. It started when the dealership in CT (Crowley Nissan) failed to provide me with a rental car after communicating to me twice that I could receive a rental car.I am a small business owner that works with the disabled and it nearly knocked my business out. I am very dissatisfied (obviously). They have already wasted my time that I wont get back - but I am still trying to get them to compensate for the rental car. I could take this into litigation - which I have made them aware of - but I am trying to mediate and be fair here. If anyone has any email addresses for upper to senior management for Nissan North America - or even beyond - please let me know.
Published: December 24, 2014
Ryan of Middletown, CT
Source: consumeraffairs.com

2017 Titan, cannot control the a/c system. Passenger side might blow out 55
2017 Titan, cannot control the a/c system. Passenger side might blow out 55 degrees and driver side at 90 degrees with the system set at 77. Took my brand new Titan into the dealer 3 times... NO FIX. Useless truck... Cant drive it with a/c putting out 55 degree air.
Published: August 16, 2017
Bill of Sarasota, FL
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I traded in a Nissan Rogue and purchased a 2013 Nissan Sentra on February 1
I traded in a Nissan Rogue and purchased a 2013 Nissan Sentra on February 15, 2013. Since a week after I purchased the car, the brakes have been making an unpleasant sound as soon as you push the brakes. It feels like air in the brakes. I have been at the Nissan dealership 3 times already, contacted Nissan Consumer Affairs, opened a claim, and an engineer finally went to the dealership to test the car. Final response, it is a characteristic of the car and it’s normal. It is not normal that the brakes are making a strange sound that to me is a great safety issue as I drive a lot and I also have a baby. It is unbelievable the service I have received from Nissan and even worse that they just clean their hands after selling you a car. They dont know how to fix the car and they wont take my car in because to them it is a normal issue. I have not had a response from Consumer Affairs and I cannot believe that a 2-month-old car is giving me so many problems. I need help in regards to this situation. As a customer and user, I should not be forced to retain a car that is not functioning properly, and it has safety concerns for me and my family. The dealership has been unresponsive and they even said that because it was a characteristic of the car, the lemon law does not apply. The law should not allow dealerships just to sell cars and then dont take care of their customers. It is not normal for a two-month-old car to be having issues with brakes and a person does not buy new car to be having issues with brakes just two months after and the dealership, just because they dont know what it is, cleans their hands.
Published: April 13, 2013
Johanna of Pembroke Pines, FL
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Our 2007 Xterra with a little over 80,000 miles shut down. I had it taken t
Our 2007 Xterra with a little over 80,000 miles shut down. I had it taken to my local Nissan dealership and looks like 6,000 plus will fix it. I looked up the issue and was so surprised with how many other people have had this same issue. We have had the vehicle since it was new and have taken to the dealership for all maintenance, I wish someone would have said something there if they knew it could be an issue. Oh well, I guess I learned an expensive lesson.
Published: January 17, 2019
doug of Hagerstown, MD
Source: consumeraffairs.com

My 2017 Nissan Rogue on a dozen frightening occasions while I was accelerat
My 2017 Nissan Rogue on a dozen frightening occasions while I was accelerating uphill on a dry flat road dropped into lower gear and flashed the red alert triangle. Very scary. I have to take my foot off the gas pedal in order to be able to continue accelerating. Very terrifying especially with cars behind me. Nissan service manager and mechanics refuse to acknowledge the problem and treat me badly and tell me to come back with the incident recorded. I think that Nissan is very aware of the problem and is hiding it until there is a major fatality and they have to have recalls. I dont feel safe in my brand new car and I am treated terribly by the dealership management because they are sexist. Does anyone else have this problem? Please post if you do. This is very serious and I am terrified to drive my car.
Published: November 22, 2017
Laurie of Huntington Station, NY
Source: consumeraffairs.com

2014 Nissan Rogue SV - 2014 has few design is not useful and use some cheap
2014 Nissan Rogue SV - 2014 has few design is not useful and use some cheap material for inside. Like monitor is very easy scratch and crack. In my car I was use very carefully. I was do nothing about it, no hit it...still get crack. Maybe my area are too cold and get hot...make plastic crack. And front windshield wiper cant hood up because by the engine cover. Very difficult clean up at snow time.
Published: March 9, 2015
Min xing of Rochester, NY
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I bought my 2015 Versa - not happy. They screw me with warranties and the c
I bought my 2015 Versa - not happy. They screw me with warranties and the car is just the basic. When I fought them to cancel them I still owed a lot for this car. Not worth it... so dont buy this car... Then I got hit from the back and front within 4 month of getting my car so I decided to take in the dealer collision shop here in Katy TX Mossy Nissan. I had a bad experience. They did not do a good job. Never take your car in this shop. Everything was bad. For them to be a dealer they should have better bodyman and painters. How we found out? I got hit again so they had to take the bumper off and found the bumper had glue to hold it on. What kind of ** was that so people please check the work. I will never take it in the dealer or buy another Nissan cars. And the people there are so rude. When they did the problem they dont want to talk to you, so dont go to Mossy Nissan Collision in Katy TX. They do poor quality work. They need to fire all who do ** work. And also the manager that lets these car pass, his name is Matt ** # 281 496 2200.
Published: March 9, 2016
martha of Houston, TX
Source: consumeraffairs.com

BUYER BEWARE!!! DEALER IS SELLING BAD WARRANTIES! Loopholes in warranty fin
BUYER BEWARE!!! DEALER IS SELLING BAD WARRANTIES! Loopholes in warranty fine print allows warranty company to deny claims on covered parts and Nissan to further profit off of mechanical failures. I took my Pathfinder in for warranty work on my covered transmission. They claim the warranty was denied and said it would be $5000 to repair. Little did I know that their warranties are through a shady warranty company that no legitimate business would partner with. In addition the 2000-2012 Nissan Pathfinder is known for radiator failure that contaminates transmissions, causing transmission failure. There have been numerous class action lawsuits against Nissan, but no recalls were ever issued. #NEVERNISSAN
Published: June 15, 2016
Eugene of Fort Wayne, IN
Source: consumeraffairs.com

ATTENTION NISSAN ROGUE OWNERS PLEASE READ: I am extremely disappointed in t
ATTENTION NISSAN ROGUE OWNERS PLEASE READ: I am extremely disappointed in the results of my visit. My 2008 Nissan Rogue of South Brunswick Acme Nissan went in because of a problem the Rogues had with their passenger airbag lights and problem with the sensor in the seat. Ive never had an accident nor problem with the seat. Now Nissan tells me, Sorry, the seat needs to be replaced to the tune of OVER $1400.00. They claim it was covered for 5 years or 50,000 miles. Oh yes and by the way, it was a recalled item at one time! Well gentlemen, I will not have this seat replaced and I will rely on the primary safety seat belt. I have 4 cars in my family, 2 of which are Nissans, and just for your info, I will NEVER and I mean NEVER buy another Nissan as long as I live or take it for service to Nissan. One last thing if I may. Why was I charged over $50.00 just to find out whose problem it was? Oh wait if it was Nissans problem you would absorb the cost but because it was not your problem you passed it on to me. Thank you for making my choice of vehicles in the future easier the next time because it WONT be a Nissan. A letter will follow up to Corporate of Nissan, BBB of NJ, and the Home News Tribune and their sister paper, the Asbury Park Press, Star Ledger, YouTube and anyone else I can inform via electronic media.
Published: September 9, 2014
Richard of Dayton, NJ
Source: consumeraffairs.com

This car is unreliable, has transmission, and clutch problems. A 2017 with
This car is unreliable, has transmission, and clutch problems. A 2017 with 67000 miles on it. They offered 2000 for it as a trade in... 5000 if were fixed it. DONT HOLD ANY VALUE! I have platinum warranty on it and still paying 700 for them to fix it.
Published: May 18, 2019
Lori of San Antonio, TX
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Done in a timely manner. Kept me apprised as the repairs went along. Checke
Done in a timely manner. Kept me apprised as the repairs went along. Checked to see if anymore could be done for me. If any issues came to let me know and get my opinion. Check out was easy and car was washed and the inside always had paper on seats and floor so it did not get dirty from the work they did. They smiled and I went on my way.
Published: April 6, 2020
Ann of Buckeye, AZ
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Please tell them to stop the harassing phone calls. The Nissan Versa I boug
Please tell them to stop the harassing phone calls. The Nissan Versa I bought was paid in cash. I dont have a note with Nissan. My 85-year old mother has one and has paid in advance and pays more monthly than is due. I will never buy another Nissan if these harassing phone calls continue. I have told them that twice, yet they persist in calling my cell number and leaving recorded messages. Stop it!
Published: January 31, 2012
Alan of Conroe, TX
Source: consumeraffairs.com

This is a reliable vehicle. It is small and has a sporty feel but still fee
This is a reliable vehicle. It is small and has a sporty feel but still feels safe. It handles well & acceleration. The trunk area is quite small but I can fit a surprising amount of stuff in the car with the seats down. One of the most important features I was looking for this time around was a vehicle with AWD. I found my previous car slip-sliding around in the big rainstorms we had over the last few years and I wanted to solve that problem for a safer, less-stressful commute. The Nissan Juke has good gas mileage, comfortable seats and good power uphill (my commute home includes a long trek into the foothills). My major complaint is the small gas tank! I have to refuel multiple times a week for commute. Stil, I would recommend this car.
Published: June 20, 2018
Amie of Alpine, CA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

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