The vehicle failed to accelerate. This gives them the necessary time to attempt repairs. If your automobile has an ongoing issue that satisfies California lemon law conditions, you may qualify for a buyback or compensation. The failure mileage was 113,000. Then there's Nissan's very sleazy response. 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.
These vehicles could be either purchased or leased. I pay 2 visits at the dealership 1st visit : they made a road test, they said everything is normal - no error code. This needs attention and a better solution. Think You Have a Lemon? Submission of a contact form does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Took it to the dealership a few times but they weren't able to pinpoint anything wrong. About 5 miles from my home, the car began to rev and lose power so I pulled off the road for 5 minutes then slowly pulled off with my hazard lights on. The contact stated that the speed fluctuated between 20 and 60 mph.
I have brought the car to Nissan 3 times prior and they claimed nothing was wrong and that this was normal for a cvt. At 20,000 the issues began with my transmission. 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. Anytime you purchase or lease a Nissan Sentra, the car manufacturer or its representative is accountable for standing by any express warranties it made. I then contacted Nissan consumer affairs to notify them of the transmission failure and they advised to simply take it to the dealership for repair since it was outside of warranty.
After keeping my car for 2 days, the dealer concluded the transmission needed replacing however their cost was almost 3 times the amount quoted by my local shop so I asked the shop to retrieve the car and perform the work. The contact stated that an independent mechanic was contacted and the contact was informed that the transmission fluid needed to be replaced. Letting off the gas, then hitting it again seems to work in all instances - thus far. Unfortunately, Nissan failed to tell us about the cars failing transmission when they sold us the car. As a consumer, I hope everyone going through this goes after them legally. In certain cases the flaw can be a safety matter. Otherwise known as a continuously variable transmission, the feature was intended to increase the performance of vehicles by creating smoother gear shift capability.
Furthermore, it sips gas: wonderful mileage. While driving on a daily basis, the car would oddly pull. We can be contacted at 888 757-5366. We help provide protection to you and your family from the challenges associated with your lemon car or truck. No information provided by you will be treated as confidential unless and until 1 you request legal services and 2 an attorney-client relationship has been established by an Engagement Letter provided by us and signed by you. So much so, that I bought a second one at 96k miles for my new driver daughter.
It died almost 37 months after we got the car with a 36 month warranty. The contact had to wait several minutes before the vehicle became operable. The vehicle was repaired however, the failure persisted. Some of them I still don't know how to use and I couldn't figure out how to see the time without reading the manual. A popular complaint about the vehicle includes a dangerous condition involving the lack of power when accelerating in the Nissan Sentra. I asked about a car rental and she said it was up to the dealership. Who you select to represent you is very important, as the outcome highly depends on it.
Engine will not rev when accelerator is pressed all the way down. Our 2013 Sentra has an automatic transmission cvt and less than 40,000 miles on the odometer when the transmission failed. It started losing a lot of power, jerks, screeches upon accelerating, pulls, makes a loud metal clanking sound at slow speeds, only goes about 30mph up inclines, and revs up or slows way down while on freeway. I also wish the back seat folded up differently for larger dogs and that there was an option for an internal vacuum system. This cost is also expected to be paid for by the vehicle owner.
It drives and rides extremely smooth. Finding a Lemon Law Lawyer for your Nissan Sentra Problems Nissan Sentra lemon laws can be applicable on federal and state levels. Furthermore, I like that when I take the key out of the ignition I can still roll up or down the windows as long as none of the doors have been opened. So they replaced the transmission, and now, 50K miles later, this one is dying an ugly death. I am disappointed that Nissan is aware of the common problem and is doing nothing to correct it. Nissan is recalling certain model year 2013-2016 Sentra vehicles manufactured June 4, 2012, to April 9, 2016. From 2012 to 2018, several models of Nissan vehicles received the transmission, including the Sentra, Versa, Versa Note, Altima, Rogue, and Murano models.
Horrible death traps that could put you, your family, and drivers on the road around you, in a potentially dangerous situation! It's a pain to always see that light on when I know I take care of my car. They said they were fine. When I take it to have the oil changed the people there never reset it and I can't get it to reset either. Rpms started jumping and lost power. The manufacturer was not notified of the failure.
I got it towed to the local Nissan dealership. It is easy to drive. I was able to shut the car off and turn it back on to cete the drive. It was super loud and obnoxious. Interim notices were sent to owners on May 31, 2016. Owners may contact Nissan customer service at 1-800-867-7669.