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Window and Door problems in cold weather

postalkpostalk Posts: 1
edited February 2015 in Nissan
We took delivery of our new 2014, Nissan Cabriolet, on 12-01-2014, This vehicle is a cold weather nightmare.
The Cabriolet was marketed throughout the U.S. as a All-Weather, All-Wheel-Drive, S.U.V. with a convertible top.
From day one, any time the outside air temp drops below 30* and frost is present, the doors don't open as intended,
and are impossible to close. It is imperative that the window glass drops 1/2 in to clear the soft top, the window
glass is freezing at the lower outside weather-strip. Nissan is trying to call this an act of nature..NO this is a act of
their HUMAN flawed design. I have a case open with Nissan Consumer Affairs, they claim no-one else has made
a complaint to this problem. If you are a Cabriolet owner, and are having this problem, I ask you to call Nissan
Consumer Affairs ,open a case, Nissan needs to be held accountable for their poor design, and misrepresenting' their
product!!! postalK

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