I have concerns that this is a potential safety hazard while driving on the highway after review and in depth research of the faulty transmission issues several Nissan owners have faced in the past few years. Lemon law will not help because I don't have warranty, Nissan Consumers affair claims the same. I didn't buy extended warranty. This does not make sense! Unfortunately, Nissan failed to tell us about the cars failing transmission when they sold us the car. The price tag was somewhere around 20-22 grand. Major class action law firms use this data when researching cases.
But when test driving the car we were assured that this was normal and caused by the cvt transmission. The had it brought to a Nissan dealership where they removed the transmission pan and said they found dark burnt smelling transmission fluid and metal chips. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. Ok sooo am I gonna get stranded on the side of the road?? 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. Took it in on Thursday. It would seem to rev at the wrong times, and since about July or August of 2018 it was shuddering whenever I would accelerate from a stop or after slowing down. I would like to know if I have a lemon case and what my rights are.
Before adding transmission fluid, make sure that your engine was running when you checked the fluid level. The approximate failure mileage was 120,000. I shut it down, tried again and this time it seemed like metal was being ground all together when I put it into drive and accelerated. It did so I drove it to them 7 miles away. While driving 35 mph, the vehicle decelerated without warning.
I am getting a complete run around and what's even better I can't get a direct number to the gal that said she was in charge of all of this. He is in charge of the site's , which notifies subscribers about recalls, investigations, lawsuits, and other news about their specific vehicle for free. It drive just fine but then I started to notice it would jerk sometimes. Able to get off before passing exit and limped into nearby gas station. I had the car brought to my trusted repair garage, they did their diagnostics and said it was a transmission issue. Contact an aggressive lemon law attorney at our firm to discuss your legal options today. Do not provide confidential information.
We had no choice but to have it repossessed because of the hardship it caused. They lost my business for ever. Nissan does not stand behind the product they refuse to repair at no cost. Something I was able to put up with. Call 844 808-7529 now for a free consultation.
While driving on a daily basis, the car would oddly pull. Seems to skip and shutter sometimes causing issues in parking lots that sould be dangerous. I pulled off the road and shut it down. At 25,000 miles, the transmission died while my wife was driving. I pay 2 visits at the dealership 1st visit : they made a road test, they said everything is normal - no error code. It was never a good transmission. There has to be a fault with their transmissions.
It's almost a new car and the transmission failed out of nowhere on 78k miles!! I would need a new one. I was able to shut the car off and turn it back on to cete the drive. This car didn't even have 100k miles. I've had no issues with the car until christmas eve. I only remember my dad fixing his transmission in one of his cars and the car had almost 200k miles. Take your vehicle to the dealership if the transmission is still under warranty or the warranty on your vehicle was extended. I was told last week that I would have an answer on what was going to be done no later than today.
My husband asked to be given the codes for the errors the computer was showing. We had to rent a car dolly to tow it 77 Miles to Orr Nissan in Wichita, Ks. It started jerking and then loses power. The contact stated that the speed fluctuated between 20 and 60 mph. I had two symptoms in regard of the transmission failure.