I bought my 2013 Nissan Sentra in March 2014 with 1200 miles. I end up paying to reprogram the engine computer and transmission computer. This is a problem should've been fixed in 2015 and I can't see how putting 60,000 miles on the car automatically kills the transmission when I drive very careful he all the time. Runs fine when you get going. .
On February 12 2013 my vehicle broke down on Interstate 30 the vehicle was towed back to the service department. Crank and pray light goes of if not then repeat. My daughter 7yrs and I were terrified. Greetings, im speaking on behalf of my girlfriend, Yvette Stevens. Instead of increasing speed the truck stalled. We are going to write to every local and national news organization to bring this problem to light and get all of these unsafe cars off the road.
The car lost all power and acceleration and continued to whine very loudly. Call nissan they will not do anything about it. We bought 2012 Nissan Quest new. Very scary to be on the road. After reading other articles about Nissan owners with similar experiences, I think this is outrageous and Nissan should be held accountable for these failures.
When I took the screw off the transmission dipstick to see that that fluid level was too high for the proper level in the automatic transmission. We do a drain and fill only. How does a new car start having these kind of issues so soon. To continue with such a horrible product like the cvt transmission. We bought this car brand new from Cannon Nissan of Jackson Mississippi.
Then the transmission ceased to function. It was scary, my kid in the back seat and semi's coming up on us fast. If the fluid hasn't been done in 90K or so we usually suggest a flush at that time. The contact was traveling 5 mph when the vehicle failed to accelerate properly and the then abnormally accelerated after the pedal was not being depressed. Had it back with a new transmission Tuesday afternoon.
Tes, I am having an issue w my2011 Nissan Rogue. The car goes to a fail safe mode and does not accelerate. The dealer would only get back to me on Thursday next week 7 days of loss of use! Stopping and restarting may not solve the issue. I bought my 2013 Pathfinder new in 2014. It feels like in going over rum let straps and at times Jenks pretty bad. I bought Altima 2013 brand new and everything was fine until it suddenly cut of the engine at a traffic light.
Finally we got the car back and drove it for over a year when I had a very minor bump into the rear end of another car. My previous car was a 2003 Camry that son is driving. Mileage is just over 120,000 miles. These cars give no indication that the transmissions are failing until is too late. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure.
I have no pictures or documentation at the moment the car is at a Nissan dealer just sitting. I have spoken with the regional district rep and she was no help. I called Nissan but as we all know, they fained escalation to a Nissan specialist who was no help at all. I should have stuck with Toyota. I was driving on the interstate and I heard a strange noise and then it felt like my car slipped gears.