Los Angeles Glendale Office 450 N. It has hit my face twice now causing swelling and bruising. Not covered by their latest screw up. . Of course I get no assistance but of course the people still want the car note. Perfect for my family but can't drive something that won't stay running right.
This is a new car about four months old with maybe 5,000 miles on it. I was driving my 2004 Nissan Maxima and it caught a fire while I was driving on the freeway to church. Their focus is on safety-related issues. I took my car to Nissan one day after filling up to let them know my car was jerking afterwards. I am done with Nissan and am trading it in before it gets to where i cant. Looks from all of your comments that after expiration of warranty transmission goes out.
I knew I was getting ripped off. Contacted another agent and zero help. Felt like the gears were slipping. I mean it is new but the problem in it will come again. Owned it exactly a year and now have 70,000miles on it.
Nissan also has a lawsuit against them about this very transmission issue, along with lemon law cases and other complaints from consumers about their major transmission issue. I had another Maxima previously and always had great outcome with it. They make a pretty car, but it is garbage. They still have my car as of now and I am waiting to see how they rectify this. I had a 100000 mile warranty and as soon as it ran out the ck eng. A few times it did with no lights on and no leaks of any fluids. I called my dealership and the sent a tow truck and towed the car to the dealership.
I went the next day and was told that the the emergency breaking system light had been reprogrammed. This is my second and last Nissan. This week it started doing it daily. I would push the pedal all the way to the floor and nothing would happen for a few seconds. I am very confident that the issue will be the exact same issue in 2016. March 2018 rust developed on both the left and right side of the rear windshield in the very narrow drain beside the windshield! I will never have a Nissan again.
Car begins to idle up an down while driving. My transmission was reprogrammed at 12k miles. This happened twice in a two week period so I took the car in to get checked and was told the transmission needs to be replaced. I want everyone to know that Nissan does cover your vehicle for the transmission up to 120 miles and as long as no one else has tampered with your vehicle transmission. However I'm now sitting on a 2008 Nissan Altima 2.
Not all Nissan vehicles are affected. The information provided on this website and pages is not intended to create an attorney-client relationship between you and The Law Offices of William R. Anyone car shopping, good luck! This generation of Nissan vehicles is not without problems. Okay so i got an 08 Nissan Altima coupe 2. After a few days the service department call and said the car did in fact need a new transmission.
The miles on the vehicle are just beyond the 120K extended warranty coverage offered by Nissan. The issue I have described is Not the transmission. Scott McCracken is a writer and analyst for. A week later was going back home and did the same. What all will interchange with my 2009 Nissan Altima? I have a 2014 Nissan Altima it only has 53,000 miles on it the transmission is going bad it sounds awful and jerks at times, also passenger seat belt lights come on and says its off. If your warranty expired and Nissan chooses not to extend it, your best option may be to file a lawsuit.