Park the vehicle on a level surface and set the parking brake. There's a class action lawsuit pending against Nissan for this cvt problem with this particular model. This car has 122,500 miles on the odometer. Nissan Canada was leasing the car, how is it possible that they don't have service maintenance when they require all this info for warranty purposes and to resale the car once the lease in done. I just purchased the car two months ago with 5000 miles. The contact declined to pay the fee for diagnostic testing; therefore, the vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired.
This advertisement has no affiliation with Nissan North America, nor their authorized dealers. First, check for fluid leakage. The problem started in August 2017. I mentioned to her the problems I was having and that the car's failing transmission posed a safety hazard. Nissan ended up replacing the transmission at their cost since I had noted several times before that something wasn't right. I think this defect was the cause of our total transmission failure.
Car had a loud 'bang' noise on the highway and lost momentum. The contact stated that the vehicle hesitated while on an incline and randomly while driving on a roadway. The vehicle was not repaired. After moving it into reverse the noise went away so that eliminated that item as the source. What is the process of filing a class action law suit against Nissan motor corporation?.
Depending on the location of the car at the time, that could cause the Versa to roll into another vehicle or a pedestrian, potentially resulting in serious injury. The larger concern is as follows - given the failure mode we experienced and the associated dangers related to a cvt transmission failure, why is this not a federal mandated safety recall? In these vehicles, a driver might be able to shift the car out of park without depressing the brake pedal. This is basically what I paid for the whole car in the first place. Nissan North America has issued a recall for the 2012 Nissan Versa. In summary, if you have a Nissan Versa you should expect to replace your entire transmission when the vehicle is three years old. I drove the car to the nearest Nissan dealership. The vehicle was taken to the dealer who stated that the transmission needed to be replaced and the dealer was to further diagnose the vehicle.
The failure mileage was 75,000. Luckily, nobody was close behind her and she was able to drift it to the side of the highway. At issue is a flaw in the vehicle's transmission that could cause a collision with other vehicles or injury to pedestrians. Also, the engine will not rev in drive, only reverse. Several have had the car stop in the middle of the highway just like mine did. So much so, they doubled the warranty on the 2010 Versa for this very problem. The approximate failure mileage was 45,000.
Nhtsa please make this problem known to the public so other Nissan owners don't have to go through the problems I am going through. The contact also mentioned that the transmission was slow to change gears between 1st and 3rd gear. Tighten the overflow plug to the specified torque. Using any other fluid will contaminate the fluid reservoir and render it unusable. This is a potential deadly condition. Then I started checking around to find that this engine is a big problem and needs to be recalled, replaced and warrantied! I ask for your assistance on this matter for I am confident that there are an excessively high amount of Nissan cvt transmission failures within the 2007-2010 model year, well beyond the industry norm. It was towed to a Nissan dealership where it was evaluated.
It amazes me how they get away with selling lemons to people. The contact made three attempts to accelerate, but was unsuccessful. Then, the day before spring break 2017, my car just stopped on the highway. Cars like these are easily supposed to run you at least to the 80k mile mark without major problems besides some parts degradation and now Nissan isn't even owning up to its own problems. Of course they won't do anything. No guarantees are expressed or implied that any of the materials are correct, complete or up to date. This is causing unsafe driving conditions.
McGee is not licensed to practice law in states other than California. I could add several more complaints but this is my biggest. While driving 70 mph, the vehicle stalled without warning. The contact took the vehicle to the dealer who confirmed the transmission failure. Upon searching the internet I read numerous posts of multiple owners with similar problems with Nissan's 2007-2010 model year cvt transmissions. Nissan did not flag this as a safety bulletin because apparently being stranded on the side of the next to highway speed traffic is completely safe , so they avoided having to actively recall the vehicle. After further research he thinks it's coming from the transmission and after reading other reviews here, it's safe to say that is the problem and not worth further effort to try to fix.
This occurred as the car was turning from a busy road into a parking lot and created a hazardous situation. Law Offices of William R. I have tried hard to get Nissan to help me out with my transmission problem. The original cvt transmission failed at 65,000 and the replacement cvt transmission is now failing. This needs to be investigated and Nissan needs to be remedy the situation.
You should not rely on any of the information contained on this website without seeking the advice of an attorney. Its not a question of if, but of when. There was no slipping or leaks to speak of beforehand. To fix the problem the transmission must be replaced. The web pages contained on this internet website are provided for informational purposes only, and do not suggest nor constitute any legal advice, and do not necessarily represent the opinions of The Law Offices of William R. I offered to provide our records of maintenance from our provider but Nissan was not interested in seeing them. The overflow tube is located in the Torque Converter Housing for the 2013 Altima.