I managed to get the car to move again, but I slowly drove on backroads to get the car to the Nissan in our town. I would never buy a Nissan ever again maybe if they warranty it and be nice about it I'll consider buy another one from them but they act like it's not their fault and wipe your hands clean with it. Call 844 808-7529 now for a free consultation. Took it to the dealership and they say I need a new transmission. The vehicle was not repaired. It's not worth the headache, just bullshit.
This is a known problem with these cars and no matter how old the car if it's the same problem, they should fix it for free. It just shut itself off and she had to have it towed to a mechanic. After getting the transmission fixed with them and getting it back we learned the transmission they installed is a remanufactured transmission they purchased from the Nissan dealer. The vehicle was not repaired. Nissan should not be allowed to deny warranty claims on their cvt transmissions, as they're an acknowledged problem in other models. My brother has a 2014 Nissan Sentra with more miles on it and his vehicle shuttered and bogged down.
Research online shows an extreme amount of the same complaints about Nissan's cvt transmissions for years and Nissan is not addressing the issue. Rotaryengfreak answered 10 months ago There is a big class action lawsuit against Nissan because of the transmission but I think by the time they get around to me the car be gone but I want to see this problem get fixed for other people because it's unfair that we spend so much money on a car and it only Last 5 Years for god sakes I got a 63 Impala that runs better than this 2013 Nissan Sentra it still has the original transmission with 100k I even have a truck a 1990 Chevy and that's has 190k and no issue with transmission I can't even remember the last time I change the fluid. The failure mileage was 113,000. Neither my son nor I will ever own a Nissan again! The vehicle failed to accelerate. Otherwise known as a continuously variable transmission, the feature was intended to increase the performance of vehicles by creating smoother gear shift capability. He sent a tow company to pick up the car and did the diagnose at no charge to us.
He told me that I will receive a call back from one of their rep by the end of the next business day. I will be calling the service department tomorrow, and it better be covered! Think You Have a Lemon? The price tag was somewhere around 20-22 grand. We want to hear about your situation and provide you with advice about your best legal options. He said they can not do it because it is more than 5 years old and more than 60,000 miles. Carried the vehicle to the dealer ship to be checked out. Could you please investigate as numerous people are in danger if failure occurs in traffic and are suffering financially from paying for repairs from this problem.
Instead, I found a dealer from another company who purchased the car I was upfront and honest about the issue and never even bothered to get it fixed myself. The Nissan dealership confirmed the transmission had failed, noting this is not uncommon with the Sentra. The vehicle was not repaired. Nissan offered owners of previous models up to year 2010 to double power train warranty from 60,000 to 120,000 to address previous complaints but current owners are not offered this currently even though obvious problems remain with their transmissions. One of my newer customers has had two cvt transmissions put in his 2012 Nissan Maxima and its less than 100,000. Rpms jumped up but was losing power and engine sounded horrible like metal on metal. From 2012 to 2018, several models of Nissan vehicles received the transmission, including the Sentra, Versa, Versa Note, Altima, Rogue, and Murano models.
This is very upsetting, we have owned other Nissan's in the past and they had double the mileage on them and there transmission had very failed. It is very easy to cause a crash and kill me. I am still paying a monthly note on this vehicle and should not have to relinquish my car to repossession due to this costly repair. Driving home from work when my car started running rough, it didn't seem to have any pick up. I was expecting that we would be keeping this car for 10+ years. It was just me a female and my two year old daughter in the vehicle.
The attorney responsible for this Website is Kenneth A. I immediately called the dealership the next morning and advised them of the issue and engine codes received from an auto store. It did so I drove it to them 7 miles away. The coned shaped pulley does not seem to be traversing properly to change drive ratios. I called and talk to Eric, he offer to check our transmission at no charge. Cut to a month ago when the engine light started coming on and the car started jerking and revving going down the interstate.
I explained that Nissan already gave us a diagnose. Why allow Nissan to have any more of my money?? Able to get off before passing exit and limped into nearby gas station. We took the car right away to a Nissan dealer for a diagnose. I have brought the car to Nissan 3 times prior and they claimed nothing was wrong and that this was normal for a cvt. The failure mileage was approximately 114,000.
I also went to Nissan Canada who also said I was outside of the warranty so it was my issue. Any information you provide will only be used in accordance with our. There is no fix for it so a total replacement was required. And then the transmission failed right after it was out of warranty and Nissan refused to replace. The Sentra required towing 60 miles back to our local Nissan dealership at our, the owners, expense. My husband asked to be given the codes for the errors the computer was showing.
Glad to know the safety of your customers is not your concern. This car is not in bad shape and it is not that old. The last transmission also had an issue when complained the authorized service center said there was no issue. The approximate failure mileage was 20,000. I plan to demand a new transmission or an equivalent car. The ignition was turned off and restarted, but the vehicle still failed to move forward.