mari224i said:I have a 2010 and had the transmission replaced last year by Nissan... i had a nearly fatal accident with a tractor trailer last year on the turnpike and that's when i found all the comments regarding the problems with the car. I called in to the Coporate office and they agreed to replace the CVT... the dealership said no... and i told them i had already spoken to the Corp office and they had approved it. Had to get the corporate office to call the dealership. they still put me through the testing of the vehicle etc. luckily i don't do a lot of driving but now after further reading the comments where the problem reappears - i'm afraid to go on any long trips.... Well i don't know if anyone else has brought this to the attention of the media. But i did submit it to the local media in hopes that they will pick this up and do an investigative report. I gave them the link to this forum.. so they can get a taste of just how deep this problem is. No more Nissan for me!
I bought a used 2015 rogue about 2 yrs ago. It's made the noise ever since I bought it. I immediately took to Google to research it. I found out about the delayed takeoff on Google and experienced it soon after. I make sure when I'm on a takeoff I'm not in a situation where I or my family could get seriously hurt or worst. I just recently learned that the noise goes away when going RIGHT around a curve, not a turn but a RIGHT curve. Only when going RIGHT. I'm going to soon investigate this even more and hopefully find more of a source to this issue. It seems very common. I don't understand why this is not a recall yet, Nissan and officials who declare these an issue or recall should be ashamed of themselves.
I have a 2013 Nissan Rogue with 126,000 miles. A few months ago, at 123,000 miles I had an issue maintaining speed on the thruway. Brought it to my mechanic and there were no error codes. Last week, again on the thruway, I started losing speed. I had my gas floored and my speed dropped to 40 MPH with traffic coming up quickly behind me going 65+ miles per hour. Brought back to my mechanic and now there are several transmission error codes. I received a quote of $4900 to replace the transmission. Nissan has been no help and has told me the warranty was extended BECAUSE of the known issues but im outside of the extended warranty. I should add this car has been in the garage it’s entire life, I have never missed any maintenance, and my driving has been mostly highway. The fact that Nissan has not recalled this is disgusting and the worst business practice I’ve ever seen. I will never purchase another Nissan and I will discourage everyone that will listen from purchasing a Nissan.
I purchased my 2017 Nissan Rogue from Central Avenue Nissan in Yonkers, NY, on 8/31/20. My vehicle currently has a bit over 51,000 miles and is still under an active warranty of up to 100,000 miles.
On 9/2/23, my vehicle broke down in NJ. I had it towed from NJ to Central Avenue Nissan. The rear differential on my vehicle had broken. When the claim was filed with Nissan Corp. they refused to cover the cost of repair and did not honor the warranty. They went on to blame me for the issues with my vehicles CVT. However, I have all of the maintenance records on my vehicle. It had been regularly serviced by my trusted mechanic and it was even serviced the on the morning of 9/2/23.
The car dealership has been utterly useless and unsupportive in all of this. They have only tried to cash in the situation by charging $200 for a bogus vehicle inspection and now they want to charge $50/day for storage fees. My vehicle has been sitting on their lot with no resolution in sight. I’ve filed complaints with Nissan Corp and BBB.
I need some help in reaching a resolution here. I don’t have $6000 - $7000 to pay for these repairs out of pocket.
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